A New Twist On Building Your Own HHO Conversion Kit

If you’re interested in converting your car to run on HHO, there are two basic approaches. You can buy a store bought kit and either install it yourself or have it installed, or if you’re a dedicated do-it-yourselfer, you can build the components yourself. Of the two, building everything yourself takes a lot longer, but is vastly more rewarding. Unfortunately, it requires a fair amount of technical skill, or at least, it used to. But what if you’re interested in doing the work yourself, yet lack the skills to do the machine work yourself? Here’s a clever solution you can try that will pay you dividends for decades to come! Build a Fab-Lab and invite people to join it!

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Sounds Great, But What’s A Fab-Lab?

Fab-Lab is short for Fabrication Laboratory. The concept behind the Fab-Lab was first developed by an MIT professor who teaches a groundbreaking class called “How to Make Almost Anything.” In his class, he provides a list of about a dozen different machines, all of which can be networked together using a cheap laptop picked up for a song at any pawn shop, and all of which can be housed in a space about the size of a two car garage.

The exact makeup of your Fab-Lab is entirely at your discretion, and depends on what you want to do with it. If you’re interested in building an HHO conversion kit, then at a minimum, you’re going to want to have a milling machine, laser cutter, laser printer and a multi-machine. There are open source plans on the internet to build literally all of these devices for a lot cheaper than you might think. Really, all you need is a dedicated space to house the equipment. If you live in a house with a garage, that’ll do nicely. If not, then any decent sized storage shed on sale at Lowe’s or Home Depot will do. If you’re an extreme do-it-yourselfer, you could even build a perfectly suitable workshop out of recycled wooden shipping pallets.

Okay, I Have A Space, Now What?

The first step, of course, is to assemble the various components you’ll need, and network everything together. Once you’ve got that, it’s a simple matter of letting people in your community know that your lab exists and is open for business. Look for people who have the skills you lack, but are crucial to making your HHO conversion kit a reality. Offer a simple trade: They help you build your kit, and you give them a key to the workshop and access to the new set of tools you’ve created. A simple arrangement that can see you making friends, building a staggering array of devices, and getting your HHO kit built and installed for a song. It’s win-win.

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