Smoke Wands Smoke Wands Updraft (Mechanical) (OP) 26 Mar 07 15:35 I am interested in making a smoke wand for air flow visualization. Do any of you know how to make one, where I can get plans for one, or for that matter know where I can buy one?I am suprised at the lack of information uncovered in my web searches.Thanks in advance,- - -Updraft RE: Smoke Wands reidh (Automotive) 26 Mar 07 16:03 In a pinch, we have used a fire extinguisher as our flow visualization tool, which works pretty well. However, if you want a smoke generator, below is a link for the smoke generator manufacturer we have used before:http://www.smokemachines.com/apply.htmReidh RE: Smoke Wands Updraft (Mechanical) (OP) 26 Mar 07 17:51 Reidh,Thanks for the link, but I am actually looking for the wand. I need a very small stream of smoke and to precisely control its placement. This is for visualizing the air flow around fan components.Corona has some interesting smoke generators. I left them a message asking if they do anything with a wand.Got any other ideas?- - -Updraft RE: Smoke Wands reidh (Automotive) 26 Mar 07 20:08 Try Aerolab under the "Smoke Generator" tab. http://www.aerolab.com/Reidh RE: Smoke Wands IRstuff (Aerospace) 26 Mar 07 20:40 You could always use incense sticks. An added benefit is everything will smell nicer, too. TTFNEng-Tips Policies FAQ731-376 RE: Smoke Wands Updraft (Mechanical) (OP) 27 Mar 07 07:26 Reidh and IRstuff,Thanks for the replies. I have contacted Aerolab and tonight I'll go by Spencers Gifts for some some incense. Do you recommend any particular scent?- - -Updraft RE: Smoke Wands MechanicalChef (Mechanical) 27 Mar 07 13:48 I own a 'smoke-wrench." The application is entirely different, however. RE: Smoke Wands mark30504 (Electrical) 29 Aug 07 09:06 Smoke items can be found athttp://www.metermall.com/search/Smoke.htm RE: Smoke Wands monkeydog (Aerospace) 29 Aug 07 14:15 What scent of incense stick?Depends on how much you think you design might stink.