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Phase-Change Basics 2: Setting Up a System

The setup should be housed on something strong so I used a wooden plank for
the base and used nuts, washers and bolts to fasten the components down.

It is a good idea to use rubber pads to seat the plank on the ground and also
between the components and the wood to reduce the noise made by the vibrations.

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