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davesaudio 9th November 2003 09:22 PM

harry potter's range hood
 
Peter
Pondering a construct of my own but
I wanted another look at yours but
can't now find the pics?
linky?

Peter Daniel 9th November 2003 09:35 PM

It's here: http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...411#post167411

davesaudio 9th November 2003 09:51 PM

thanks
Which bits are ss?
LS1011 did those corners?
cooking grease have any long term effect on the aluminum ?

Peter Daniel 9th November 2003 10:39 PM

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Frame is made of 3 x 1 square tubing. I cut it at 45 deg and inserted L brackets inside, so the screws are only on the inside (4 per corner). The top plate is SS and I also placed double light strips. The filters are from ranges available fron HD.

Peter Daniel 9th November 2003 10:41 PM

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The finishing panels behind those jars are also SS. I have cathedral ceiling in a kitchen so that's why that shape. Although we don't really clean it that frequently, grease doesn't have any ill effect on anodized aluminum.

davesaudio 10th November 2003 03:42 PM

ahh, square tubing.....hmm....
good things to think upon
thanks
was annoyed when looking at some commercial product that the
front half was light fixture and flush to the bottom?
couldn't see how it would capture much vapour(s) :hot:
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