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I am not a Chemist but I love make-up so I decided to google
Or perhaps a thread on how to Google.
I agree. I don't think that was an "amateur" question that doesn't deserve a simple suggestive response. If you have experience that has been successful (or not), why not just let others know what has worked (or not worked) in your personal or professional experience. Sure, everyone knows how to Google, but when somebody is selling something, they don't always tell you ALL the pros and cons of what you're about to buy/try. That's why consumer reviews are SO HELPFUL to people. If I found 10 gadgets that I thought could help me with cosmetic formulating, I would still want to know what other formulators have found to be easy to use, a good investment, or things that may be unknown to the buyer that could be disappointing or frustrating.
If a post is not of much interest, or you think it's beneath your level of expertise, then just ignore it.
bottle filling machine
small liquid filling machine
table top liquid filling machine
manual hand operated liquid bottle filling machine
liquid filling machine
manual bottle filling machine
second hand filling machine
Each of these opens a vast opportunity for further investigation. I don't think my earlier response was unreasonable considering the current equipment seems to comprise a "frosting bag". What it does do is offer links to a number of sources of numerous types, capacities and sizes of fillers which should provide a lot more information to the enquirer than any of the other offerings.
I do try to be helpful here and my suggestion to use the facilities of Google was offered seriously and with the best intentions. Questions like:
does anyone know of an efficient, commercial and large scale method