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Creating clay polymer beads. The first step involved devising a way to get the tygon tube and peek tube to connect


  1. Three strategies
    1. Widdling a sharp point on the peek tubing so that it could be inserted into the tygon tube
    2. Cutting a parallel line on the tygon tube and inserting the peek tubing perpendicular to the cut
    3. Inserting a slim needle or wire into the tygon tube so that a cut could be made and the peek tube could be inserted


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The prototype of the first strategy

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The prototype of the second strategy


The third strategy worked the best.