Nice! I'm waiting for his new 4x4 frame personally
TimeWizard is killing it right now! Im so pumped to try out some true drip tech without having to spend 5 grand on an elysian press. He's got a lighter and more compact design than elysian and it packs the same 20 ton ram so it has higher PSI's too. I'm in love with this thing I could go on and on
We have an entire Willy Wonka room full of cool things we haven't revealed, and likely won't ever. Fep and ptfe containers are among them...until there's a market for a hundred dollar slick stack.Is this a material that you guys are going to be using for solid storage solutions (pucks and such)?
You aren't being a smartass art all! Appreciate that input, we get it allot.A very good Idea would be to print all suitable uses clearly on the Products - don t want to be a Smartass, but that would solve some Problems and would be good for Oilslick as a Company.
Looks like Caeler has it covered. In brief, silicone is flexible...it stretches when pressed, and will eventually break.I have a question concerning using Oil Slick mats for Rosin pressing. I've been using RAW parchment paper which does a pretty decent job but I get alot of tears and I always feel I'm missing spots. I run my press at 240 C and press time is usually 10-15 seconds now when I use the Oil Slick mats should I increase heat and press time? Any info is always greatly appreciated...
I would never press silicone mats with high pressure, I've had my oil slick mats flake and the green part delaminate over time before just from using the mat as a surface for my rig with no heat or pressure applied!!! Everyone here knows I regard oil slicks products as the best such products too! Silicone has its limits is all. I only use such mats to keep my rig on now, I do not put concentrates on silicone mats at all for any period of time - especially not sticky full melt!Looks like Caeler has it covered. In brief, silicone is flexible...it stretches when pressed, and will eventually break.
Super soft squish of keif? Probably ok. We just don't recommend.
Sorry to ask what will be repeat questions, but there's a lot more here than I could ever read! Just did my first press. .5g total/two small nugs, pressed in parchment with pressure clamp and Remington only produced one modest dab. Is that right or low? Will try some different flower later, but wanted to check for any obvious pointers. Straightener was set at 300, as I'd read lower is better. Anyone advocate for bumping the heat a bit for higher yield? I held for a count of five seconds or so, should I go longer? ALso it seems like grinding your nug before flattening would help to my mind, but I haven't seen people doing that?