DIY Incubator: Using Old Watches and Polystyrene for Successful Hatching

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TIMESTAMPS:
00:01 - Step-by-Step Tutorial: Constructing an Eco-Friendly Incubator from Watches and EPS
00:16 - Gather the necessary materials: 50mm thick styrofoam, three sheets measuring 50 by 50 cm.
00:59 - Assemble a box using the obtained styrofoam pieces. Ensure a sturdy connection at the corners.
04:00 - Acquire two heat lamps with a power of 40 watts each.
06:03 - Connect both heat lamps to a temperature control unit. Ensure correct wiring connections.
07:42 - Set the desired temperature range on the controller. Minimum temperature: 37.7 degrees, maximum temperature: 38 degrees.
08:24 - Your styrofoam incubator is now ready for use. It automatically maintains the set temperature range for optimal incubation.
08:35 - Final result of hatching chicks.
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