Thanks. I think I've about exhausted the places on the list. I think TAP is the solution--build it myself
from scrap plastic, which I do have. I can't think of a commercial use for a clear plastic container
12x12x1", so I don't think it's too easy via typical sources.
Your timing was good though. I just completed a spinner that I think will help. I can spin bottles and
beakers of water. The slim container would be good for really getting some interesting effects.
On-line Snack discussion wrote:
> Dear Wayne,
> Try some of the sources on our Snacks Supplies page
> Deb Hunt
> Snacktalk Moderator
> 3601 Lyon Street
> San Francisco, CA 94123-1099
> On Fri, 13 Jun 2003, Wayne Watson wrote:
> > I see the description mentions a 12x12x1 plastic container. Yes, it can be built from material from
> > TAP Plastic, but where can one find something at a store that is about that size?
> > --
> > Wayne T. Watson (121.015 Deg. W, 39.262 Deg. N, 2,701 feet), Nevada City, CA
> > "The greatest thing you can do is surprise yourself." -Steve Martin
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