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 Post subject: Re: Inflating breasts with a hypodermic needle
PostPosted: Fri Sep 01, 2017 5:42 pm 
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CF wrote:
DevilDoc used a hypodermic needle and an aquarium pump. That yielded breathtaking results.

Thanks, CF. Here's the relevant quote:
devildoc wrote:
The I.V. needles are a bit hard to come by, but not impossible. I just bought a set from Canada via eBay. You want to look for something 20-14 gauge, and as I said earlier at least 2 inches long or so. The needles used for needle decompression of a tension pneumothorax are the best, as they need to be long enough to completely enter the chest cavity. These are often sold separately and marketed as a "decompression needle" by a lot of military type websites. You want to make sure the needle isn't a safety locking needle, like the sort that slide into themselves to hide the actually needle once the catheter is advanced. They will look like a straight needle, not a lot of extra bells and whistles. Right now, if you search "needle decompression" on eBay, you will find a lot of good examples. The epoxy putty I use is called green stuff, also known as epoxy modeling putty. This is just an awesome thing to have around the house, because when you mix it cures extremely hard with no warping, expansion or shrinkage. Great for small repairs, and this is the best way to jury-rig a decent filler needle so you can attach it to the hose.

So epoxy would be my last resort. But it would be really nice if there was an adapter to connect a hypodermic needle to some kind of cheap pump (like a bike pump). Anyone know of such a thing?



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 Post subject: Re: Inflating breasts with a hypodermic needle
PostPosted: Fri Sep 01, 2017 5:54 pm 
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ZZZZ, DevilDoc had briefly posted an image of the "green stuff" putty being used as a connector, but he took it down for reasons he never explained. It looked like modeling clay.

Here are some links. It is cheap and readily available:

https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&sou ... fFWoEaGQt4

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 Post subject: Re: Inflating breasts with a hypodermic needle
PostPosted: Fri Sep 01, 2017 6:04 pm 
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These adapters look interesting:
https://www.vitaneedle.com/luer-locks-adapters/

Arcane stuff, though.



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