bunnikillr at cox.net
Thu Nov 6 11:20:41 MST 2008
I just happen to have about 10 lbs of #24 ( spool included in weight)
that I might be interested in letting go for a reasonable price +
shipping. ( 7.50$ a lb? still cheaper than Rib eye steak, and will last
longer too, wont turn to poop in 16 hrs.)
doing a quick javatc run on the wire weight shows approximately 7700
feet weighs in at 9.5 or so lbs, considering that the spool probably
weighs about 1/2 - 3/4 lbs ( even if that much cuz its plastic) Im going
to say there is about 7400 - 7600 feet of wire left on the spool.
Let me know if you are interested....
Carey T. Waldrop wrote:
>Anyone have resource ideas for enameled copper winding wire?
>Just went to my local electronic parts store and was shocked to find
>Cu is way up @ $133/100yds of 24AWG. After reading about oil insul$
>this hobby is already getting expensive. I guess the times of making
>this stuff out of practically scrap are gone. I was fortunate along the way
>to collect a neon transformer and other key parts.
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