Hey all I just made some hash oil. I never realized how easy it is.
Butane extract. Here's a few pics. Entire process took about a hour.
Requires a 12" piece of 1 1/2" diameter PVC.
1 End cap,
2 coffee filters or 1 doubled up.
7/64 drill bit.
3 or 4 cans of 5x filtered butane,
2 glass casserole dishes, 1, 13x9 and 1, 8x6.
1 Butane torch (used to easily remove (melt) hash oil from dishes and utensils.)
And of course for this size PVC, you will need about 2oz dried, ground trim or bud. As crystally as possible.
Drill a hole in the center of the end cap, this will be where you insert the nozzle of the butane. Place the filter on the end of the tube and use tape or a rubber-band to secure the filter to the PVC. Spoon the ground trim into the tube. DO NOT pack it. Place the end cap on the open end, securely. Place the smaller dish into the larger dish and fill the larger dish with HOT water, NOT boiling. Following the directions on the back of the butane can, shake for 25 seconds. Over the smaller cooking dish, insert the butane nozzle pointing downward into the hole and compress the nozzle until the entire can is empty, repeat these steps for the following cans of butane. As you start to see the butane drain it will start an immediate reaction, it'll start bubbling. After all bottles are empty replace the water again with HOT water. After about 10 mins it'll stop bubbling and look like a nasty bubbly sticky mess.
On low heat, place the dish on the stove at slight angle so oil drains to one side of dish and continue to reduce hash oil for 7 mins. If it starts smokin reduce the heat. After 7 mins place dish into the freezer for 15 mins. Remove from freezer and boil it 1 more time on low heat for 5 to 7 mins. After boiling is complete you will need a container to put the sticky mess into.
I came out with 5 grams of sticky hash oil.