Equipment / Ingredients Required:
- Pour the sugar into a pot
- Add just enough water to saturate the sugar
- Add lemon juice and warm up to temperature (260-275 degF)
- Maintain temperature for about 20 minutes
- After 20 minutes, keep at temperature and decide how dark you want it to get
- Once you are happy with the color, raise to 300 degF (Hard Crack)
- Pour into pan
- Let cool
- Clean your equipment immediately
- After it has cooled, break into pieces
If you came here first and want a more detailed explanation, check out the source post, here: Belgian Candi Sugar and Silicone Baking Mats
Homer Hopper Part 7 – CAD Files
This is part 7 in the series documenting how to create your own Homer Hopper. If you haven’t seen the introduction yet, please check it out. In this post, I’ll explain what to do with the CAD files.
One morning or afternoon (For the entire project)
CAD files & Templates:
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All files have a 2″x2″ square on the print so that when you print out on paper, you can measure to make sure your printer was printing to scale and at the correct aspect ratio.
The intention in making these files downloadable and free is for people to make this themselves or modify/improve the design to suit them.
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Part 2: Bucket Modifications
Part 3: Wooden Base
Part 4: Mill Box
Part 5: Funnel Panels
Part 6: Final Assembly
Part 7: CAD Drawings (This post)
I’m honored to have two of my DIY’s featured in Zymurgy’s 9th Annual Homebrew Gadgets Issue!
My two posts featured were:
The very popular Homer Hopper
build complete with CAD templates.
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