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Originally Posted by windfire View Post
I would suggest not drilling holes through the glass unit. Instead, judging from the size of the opening at top, I suggest thinking in the direction of using a rubber (or perhaps cork?) stopper with 2 through holes. Barbs could be relatively easy to install.

See my attached drawing for the idea (which basically comes from a conical flask used in any chemical experiment).

I hope this can jumpstart your project.
WOAH. That's a SUPER idea. Can I take this for my next build? Reminds me of my secondary school chemistry days. lol.

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Any chance of selling it to me? PM
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