Re: Cap bottom !

From: 	Peter Electric[SMTP:elekessy-at-macquarie.matra-dot-com.au]
Reply To: 	elekessy-at-macquarie.matra-dot-com.au
Sent: 	Sunday, August 24, 1997 3:54 AM
To: 	Tesla List
Subject: 	Re: Cap bottom !

Tesla List wrote:

> From:   Jorge[SMTP:al263636-at-academ02.sal.itesm.mx]
> Reply To:       Jorge
> Sent:   Friday, August 22, 1997 5:12 AM
> To:     Tesla List
> Subject:        Cap bottom !
>         Im building a couple of caps for my 1000w tesla coil, but Im
>         having problems with the bottom, there are no flat tube caps
>         on the local hardware store, anyone know what else I can glue
>         to it, tried several plastics even a large plastic bowl but
> none
>         seemed to glue on strong I used pvc glue and even a glue I
> found
>         at wal-mart that was called POly-Bond but this didnot work
> either,
>         Would plexiglass work ??
>         any sugestions on what I could use, and what glue to use ??
>         Btw I got a nice surprise today, I got a copy of the Colorado
>         Spring Notes, Im reading it and finding it very intresting !
>         Jorge F.
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Try a Hot melt glue gun. I make all my tops out of plexiglass and glue
them on with this stuff and it works a treat. You can also get it apart
again by heating with a hot air gun.


Peter E.