Re: Secondary Winding Done

Hi Don,

> PS - Richard Quick's grounding plate instructions specify that the base wire
> from the coil should be soldered to the back of the terminal plate, after
> flattening out the wire with a hammer.  Can anyone think of a reason not to
> just solder the wire to the top front edge of the plate and epoxy into place?

Except for the aesthetics, which would be extremely minor, there is only one other reason I can 
see, and it is minor too.  If the wire is on top, it can't be protected as well by epoxy.  I have 
my wires running under and there are completely encased in epoxy, so there is no chance of 
breaking it loose.

Scott Myers