Re: Gluing Plastics

On Fri, 12 Apr 1996 09:00:30 +0700, tesla-at-grendel.objinc-dot-com, you

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>ps. Anyone made bypass caps from P-66?
	Is P-66 a nylon?

	I've rolled my own 500pF caps from 0.040" PVC. This vinyl is
available here in the states to make "drain pans" for showers and
costs about $1 US per square foot, ~ $10/m^2. It has a fairly "good"
loss, that is higher than polyethylene, so when I found it, I figured
that if I could roll my own main cap, 500pf or so would be no trouble.
After I built them, I measured them, 427pf and 457pf with a D=0.07  .

They have survived my blowing 1 neon and 2 main caps.