After several years of developing a „next generation“ goo Formula, I am happy to show a preview of our upcoming goo, which will be released this year. We tried to focus on several things to create…Continue
"Hi,a short Answer: Borosilicate Glass is not all the same.This kind of glass is a very clean and high quality glass, but it does not mean, that something is definetely heat resistant, only because it is made with this Material. The globe needs to be…"
After several years of developing a „next generation“ goo Formula, I am happy to show a preview of our upcoming goo, which will be released this year. We tried to focus on several things to create something "next generation" like. Such as the possibility to use lower Wattage bulbs and ingredients which are "harmless".If you don't want to miss any Update on our progress, you should follow us on Facebook, Instagram and maybe youtube :-) We may also start a "closed beta" Test for our goo, we will…See More
"Did you calculate how much liquid it is? I think it will be a lot, as our "small" GL200 is 20L and the XXL is 35L.You would need a big pool for so much liquid. What I can tell you, is that the first lamp we build like 15 years ago wasmuch…"
"The thickness of a cylinder ist not that importat for how much heat it can take. Most boro lab glasses are very thin glass.So 5mm is fine for a 20cm diameter cylinder and 3mm is enough for smaller ones too.Beside this, I agree 100% :-)"
"Well, it is just a question of time when it will crack or explode.
I hat a equal Lamp build around 15 years ago and it was a mess when it exploded. 30L Water were gone and I still does not know where it went :-)Here an other example with an exploded…"
"If you want to stay with the blown glass, you could fill it with glitter instead of lava.You can use a 35w LED bulb and the glass would be save.The same is possible with our GL200 Lamp, which use a 20L bottle."