WHAT IS IT

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  1. veronica skipworth says:

    Hi there Michael long time between hello but still interested in Encaustic Wax Art and in fact I will be holding my very irst workshop in my closest city of Adelaide in early May 2017.

    I want to know whether you have any idea of how I can use my iron with a generator as sometimes I am unable to have 240V australian power as the destinations I visit is sometimes in the Outback or Commuity Parks where I hold Pop Up Markets selling my Artwork to those who also have fallen in love in watching me paint with a few colours creating landscapes n murials.

    Have you got any ideas I can use, thankyou for your time

    veronica Skipworth
    Mamblin via Wudinna, South Australia, Australia

    • Mike says:

      Hello Veronica,

      A small mobile generator should work fine. The iron uses 200 watts of power and will operate between 220 and 240 volts. The Stylus uses just 10 watts of power – so a very small generator will let both things work. I have run my tools off a generator when doing shows in marquees in the past and they were fine. Your work with communities sounds great – well done and all the best as you move forward :)
      Michael

    • Mike says:

      Hello Veronica,

      A small mobile generator should work fine. The iron uses 200 watts of power and will operate between 220 and 240 volts. The Stylus uses just 10 watts of power – so a very small generator will let both things work. I have run my tools off a generator when doing shows in marquees in the past and they were fine. Your work with communities sounds great – well done and all the best as you move forward :)
      Michael

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