Re: Looking for Al joining ideas (fwd)

From: 	Tesla List Owner[SMTP:listown-at-pupman-dot-com]
Sent: 	Wednesday, December 10, 1997 4:39 PM
To: 	tesla-at-stic-dot-net
Subject: 	RE: Looking for Al joining ideas (fwd)


I'm "replying" here because it's convenient.  This posting got caught in a
hiccup, hence the slightly unconventional format.

Reply questions:  Where can I find some of this tape, and what's it

Reply answer:  the picture can be found by going to http://www.pupman-dot-com
and looking at the latest pictures from the list.  Follow the references
to Greg Leyh's coil.  There are two image maps.  The bottom one is the map
of the new pictures.

If this doesn't work or you can't get to it for some reason, let me know
and I'll attempt to rectify the problem.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 10 Dec 1997 13:04:38 -0700
From: "Wysock, William C." <Wysock-at-courier8.aero-dot-org>
To: tesla-request <tesla-request-at-pupman-dot-com>
Cc: ttr <ttr-at-ocws-dot-com>
Subject: RE: Looking for Al joining ideas


You might try the conductive adhesive-backed copper tape
manufactured by 3-M Company.  We use this material in R.F.
shielding applications.  This tape conducts right through the
adhesive and forms very easily.  It comes in standard length
rolls in 1 inch and 2 inch widths.  Its thickness is 0.003" including
the thickness of the adhesive.  If you were to place a strip on
each side of a AL foil end, then you would have a tab that is
0.006" thick, with each copper strip attaching to both sides
of a given foil section.  This material cuts with a sharp pair
of scissors very easily.

BTW:  I have a question for you.  I read on the list this morning
a post from David huffman re: 24topview.jpg picture.  Where
should I go to see this image?

Best Regards,
Bill Wysock
Tesla Technology Research