How to make your own Golgi apparatus
The Golgi is an apparatus that allows one to breathe air through a tiny tube.
The device has two main parts, a small air-filled tube and a smaller tube containing a gas that is pushed into the tube.
These two tubes are used to pull air from the body through the mouth and into the lungs.
In this article, we’ll take a look at how to make one yourself.
How to build a Golgi 1.5M CO2-powered inhaler from parts you already have.
We used a plastic tube that can hold around 50ml of air.
2.4 grams (about 3.8 oz) of CO2 and 5 grams of water.
3.2 grams (4.2 oz) and 10 grams (8.8oz) of silicone and silicone oil.
This is a 1.4-liter CO2 tank with an 80ml capacity, which works out to be around 20ml.
3 grams of silicone is the kind of silicone that can be used to build breathing apparatuses.
We chose silicone oil to make our contraption.
It’s available from a number of different sources, including Amazon, but we recommend that you find silicone oil at a reputable store.
This silicone oil can be mixed with other types of silicone oil for a variety of purposes, including as an additive in making rubber and plastics, as an adhesive for a coatings for medical equipment, and as a waterproofing for your home.
4.2 kilograms (8 ounces) of stainless steel tubing.
We also purchased a 3.5-liter plastic tank to fit our contraptions.
5.1 kilograms (11.8 ounces, or 16.7 lbs) of the silicone oil and the rubber and plastic.
The silicone oil is important because the silicone is very strong and can be extremely durable.
Make sure to make sure that the silicone can be stored in a cool and dry place.
You’ll need a suitable location to store the apparatus in.
We had to use a garage, as well as a bathroom or bathroom counter that is at least a few metres away from the house.
6.2 pounds (15 ounces) (about 13 ounces of the oil and 3.3 ounces of silicone) of water, which is the amount you’d need to fill the plastic tube and the silicone.
You can make your life easier by filling the tube with a few drops of water before adding the oil to it. 5 grams (3.8 inches) of electrical tape.
6 grams (7.3 inches) silicone oil (or about 3.9 ounces) and a few screws.
You should be able to use your own screws if you’re not using any other screws.
7.1 grams (10.2 ounces) silicone glue.
We bought some silicone glue for the silicone and rubber.
We found it easy to get hold of.
We made a few small additions to our contrapts, but none of them required too much effort.
8.1 kg (20.4 pounds) of copper pipe.
We’re not sure if this is an alternative to making a tube from copper wire, but it’s certainly possible to make a tube that will fit a CO2 powered inhaler.
You could use copper pipe to attach the tube to a wall, but copper pipe is much harder to work with.
Make your own tube that fits the CO2 inhaler The first step is to decide what size tube to make.
For this article we used the 1.8-liter Golgi, which has a capacity of 10ml.
A good size tube will be about 2.5 centimeters (0.75 inches) long and 3 centimeters (1.2 inches) wide.
For our purposes, we were looking for a tube with around 1.7 centimeters (2.1 inches) or a bit longer.
If you’re making a CO 2 powered inhalers in a larger size, you might want to make the tube larger.
We took this advice and used 1.9 centimeters (3 inches), or about 4 inches.
2 grams of glue.
Make this small amount of glue a very small amount, and don’t put it in the tube too tightly.
3-4 grams of tape.
Tape should be very thin and not stick to the tube or the tubing.
Use tape that’s about 0.3 centimeters (a little less than 1 inch) thick.
We use tape that is 0.1-0.3 millimeters (a bit less than 0.4 millimeters) thick, so you won’t need to worry about it sticking.
3 ounces of rubber and 1.2 millimeters of silicone.
If using silicone oil, we used some silicone oil as well, which can be bought at most hardware stores.
The amount of silicone used should be less than the amount of tape you’re going to use.
It should also be very soft and easy to apply.
For the first two steps, we bought about 1.6 kilograms (2 pounds) (or 12 ounces)