Would you mind terribly supplying some further info. such as:
1. Product name (3M part number if you know it).
2. A likely retail outlet for the product in small quantities.
From: Tesla list [mailto:tesla@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2004 4:13 PM
Subject: Re: Aluminum tape problems?
Original poster: grndpilot99@xxxxxxx
3M manufactures copper tape that has a conductive adhesive. The tape
in various widths. I use it all the time for RF shielding purposes.
-------------- Original message from "Tesla list" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>:
> Original poster: "Black Moon"
> Hi, i have noticed some problems with my alumium tape covered
> theres slight arcings beween the peices of tape when I draw an arc
> toroid, opon checking with my DMM, many peices of tape are open
> nearby peices of tape, I assume the glue is acting like an insulator
> was wondering what exactly I could do short of compleatly redoing it?
> thinking mabey a thin copper wire wraped around the outside or inside
> covered in foil tape (and carfuly slit the edge of each foil tape I
> bend it under, and then overlap that with my next peice to make sure
> additional tape is conductive)
> or should i just do a thin copper ring around the outside without any
> and just let friction hold it there or say 4 small peices of tape