I needed a quick (DIY) solution to create a hot plate (a.k.a. Screen Repair Separator Machine Heating Plate) for repairing the screen of my wifes mobile phone. It is a cheap phone so I needed a cheap solution to create hot plate alternative.
After staring at the kitchen oven (too hot, even on the lowest setting), I got this brief mental lapse… What about a take-out (Dutch Chinees food) container filled to the top with hot water.
It is easy to control the temperature, by mixing 100 degrees kettle water with tap water (assumed to be ambient temperature): 1 part 100 degrees + 1 parts 20 degrees: (100+20) / 2 = 60 degrees 2 parts 100 degrees + 1 part 20 degrees: (100+100+20) / 3 = 73 degrees
My sister is still rocking a Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 for all her graphical design activities. This beast of a CPU has been working hard since 2007 (bundled with 4GB of DDR2). But lately it is struggling a little with modern life… And by extension so is my sister…
Knowing my sister, I had to make sure it would be a clean and pretty system. But on a budget. (Keep in mind that GPU’s are crazy expensive at this moment!)
My sister does not like cables, so I put some extra effort in my cable management 😎
It’s final destination, really showing off my cable management skills to the world 😋