- Large bottle of LePage white glue.
- Generic white paper towel
- Xerox printer paper box (8x11)
- Plastic wrap
- Two blocks of 2x4 wood
- Fold a piece of paper towel twice lengthwise and tear into three equal strips.
- Place a large plastic sheet on top of the 2x4’s to prevent mess.
- Cover Xerox box with plastic wrap and place on the 2x4’s.
- Mix glue and water in a large container to a 1:1 ratio.
- Pour mixture into the small, clean, yellow trough (if it is still exists at spacesim).
- Dip paper towel strips in mixture and place on the box vertically (always in the same direction).
- Put on one layer then let dry for one day.
- Repeat steps 6 and 7 until desired thickness.
- Remove the box from the interior.
- 2 x 2L pop bottles
- The caps
- Thirsty people to drink the pop before use
- Hot glue gun
- Glue for the gun
- Block of wood (11 3/8)" x (3 7/16)" x (1 7/8)"
- Clean the 2L pop bottles and let dry.
- Center the two pop bottle lids on the block
- Draw a circle around the centered pop bottle lids
- Drill a hole in the circled area 1 ½ cm wide and 1 ½ cm deep.
- Fill the hole with hot glue and center the cap inside the glue so the bottles can still be attached.
- Put a screw through the center of the cap while the glue is still hot to keep it attached better.
- Wait for it to cool.
- Be sure the bottles do not become permanently attached to the caps, so that it is possible to remove them
- Floppy disk drive
- 4 nuts and bolts for each one you are attaching
- Remove metal panels from floppy drive.
- Place sublimator and drill 4 holes in each of the corners to attach to the backpack.
- Use nuts and bolts to attach sublimator to backpack.
- Repeat for each backpack.
- Backpack (will be cut up)
- Shears (to cut through fabric)
- Cut entire bag part off of backpack; keep straps and attaching fabric.
- Drill holes in the top of the backpack to match this.
- Take apart strap connection and insert as seen above.
- Reattach strap connection.
Once completed, the backpack will serve as an oxygen tank storage device for situations where a contained oxygen supply is required. It is compatible with all standard OCESS helmets. Each tank contains 5 minutes of breathable air, for a total of 10 minutes in a single backpack (two tanks).