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  1. #11

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    Re: Transform a Jobo 3063 into a Jobo 3005?

    Quote Originally Posted by Spikon View Post
    Hi guys,
    Thanks a lot for information and advice even though my mainquestion what kind of plastic in Jobodrums is unanswered. Feel free to suggest anything.

    Cheers!
    ABS or High impact polystyrene. Both can be solvent welded (glued). It's definitely a styrenic plastic.

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    Re: Transform a Jobo 3063 into a Jobo 3005?

    Didn't people try something like this but much simpler, using rubber bands around the sheet to curl it and then filling the drum with "tubes" of film. A large drum might need some sort of spacer - maybe a large sheet of film.

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    Re: Transform a Jobo 3063 into a Jobo 3005?

    Thanks Duolab 123! Helpful information.

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    Re: Transform a Jobo 3063 into a Jobo 3005?

    I have a spare 3063 drum available for a hefty price for you to practice on

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