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  • duke 46
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    Re: Making a smaller hopper

    Originally posted by THEKING
    R U sure?

    She comes up with the darndest little things doesn't she


    Makes you wonder if she is thinking or THEKING I guess

    What you guys think

    Back to the BAR for now

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    R U sure?

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  • duke 46
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    Re: Making a smaller hopper

    Originally posted by wiseguyz
    Ok you guys...it's BeeBob!!!!

    Dag I missed the P? She must have been thinking dancing of years gone by

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  • wiseguyz
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    Ok you guys...it's BeeBob!!!!

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    I think BeeBop is making whatever size people want ....

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  • duke 46
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    I know some companies make a 2 liter one and I guess thats a little over 4 lbs?

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    Re: Making a smaller hopper

    there is either a 5 pound or 50 lb hopper...the 50 lb hoppers are normally dedicated to one color. It is more efficient for the custom coater to have a small hopper for quick easy color changes...

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  • duke 46
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    Making a smaller hopper

    If you have the big 5 to 50 lbs hoppers and want to use your unit for say shooting of a pound or two what have you guys been making to do this? I saw the BobBee one but don't know what set up he is using or any thing more about the larger units! Also how much powder is in the lines and how to compensate for that?
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