Greetings! I've some questions on this topic so I hope you don't mind me riding on this thread instead of starting another.
I'm bad with the saw, and while sawing the 0.16L length of the syringe, I must have made it too close to the end of the "wall". This made the wall too thin for comfort. The instruction photo shows there's more "thickness" in the center than what I have. Will the water pressure crush it from outside if it's too thin?
I watched all the videos and instructions but can't visualize exactly how this center "hole" will fit in the big picture of things, so I wonder if I should be concern that the way I have it far from perfectly sawed? In fact, one end of the 2 pieces is slanted!! Yes, I'm that bad with my hands... ;)
Can someone pls take a look at the photos and advise if I should get another 2 new syringe and redo it, or will it do just fine? It's part of a larger component of the assembly, and I figure that if it's not well, the whole assembly will be ruin.