[TCML] Winding the primary
rdj at wildblue.net
Thu Jul 10 07:18:00 MDT 2008
All below is correct. I did not saw any slots and I used a router instead of
a band saw for the trim so it had a smooth finish. If you need information
on making a drill fixture so all the holes as spaced the same with out a lay
out of every hole contact me off list.
Rich , Kd0zz
As an act of plagiarism . Disclaimer: Any errors in spelling or facts are
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Subject: Re: [TCML] Winding the primary
Yes, that explains that. There's also the technique of snap-in standoffs.
It just a matter of drilling the holes. Slicing off the top. Then using
a band saw to cut a slot down the acrylic to give the standoff some give
when you snap in the tubing.
Mddeming at aol.com wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> I know several people who have tried the closed method. I know of no one
> has tried to do it twice.
> Matt D.
> In a message dated 7/9/2008 8:08:13 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> shobley at userfs.com writes:
> Thanks, these are closed standoffs - that is they have holes drilled
> them and so are not open along the top edge. It is 0.25" copper tubing.
> I'll have another go starting from the middle.
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