|Coil Construction, was: [AMRadio] Fun with 4D32's...|
w5jo at brightok.net
Thu Jan 4 17:20:37 EST 2007
True if you go slow. Too much heat and pressure can cause
stress cracks. But one can do it the way you describe.
> Jim, never had a problem with cracking if you use a drill
> Dave, W3ST
>>I am not sure what polycarbonate is, but use Lexan. You
>>can drill and cut it with your normal power tools without
>>problems of melting at the drill or cut lines.
>> If you use the old stuff, you should modify your drill
>> bit by removing the edge of the cutting planes. In other
>> words, make it dull and drill very slowly or it will
>> crack or melt.
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