[AMRadio] A bit OT: wire stripper?


Jim Candela jcandela at prodigy.net
Thu Jun 23 13:59:44 EDT 2005


John,

  Try W4JBM's Hints and Tips. See the link, and scroll
down.


http://www.geocities.com/w4jbm/hints.html

Regards,
Jim Candela
WD5JKO

--- John Lawson <jpl15 at panix.com> wrote:

> 
> 
>    I've been doing a bit of rewinding, enamel wire
> from #28 to #18 - I'm 
> wondering if anyone has any experience with a decent
> (and available!) chemical 
> stripper for this stuff, like StripX was - I can't
> find that anymore - seems to 
> have mutated into some kind of programmable
> interactive soft-porn computer 
> game.
> 
>    Not that it's a *bad thing*, necessarily.
> 
>    I've been using a knife, sandpaper, a Dremel tool
> and solder pot with varying 
> results - the pot works best, obviously, but it
> takes a lot of juice and it's 
> relatively messy.
> 
>    I'd like to have a source of some nice gunk you
> can just dip the wire in and 
> wipe off the insulation.  Maybe I'm dreaming - in
> this post-EPA world...
> 
>    Just thought I'd ask.
> 
> 
> Cheers
> 
> John  KB6SCO
>
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