From: Bill Noble [SMTP:william_b_noble-at-email.msn-dot-com]
Sent: Sunday, June 14, 1998 1:47 AM
To: Tesla List
Subject: Re: Inhaling Epoxy!
if you are worried about shrinkage, take a circular saw and cut a lengthwise
slit in the pipe, then wrap wax paper or saran wrap over the pipe, and then
do the epoxy work - in that way, even if there is some shrinkage you will be
able to remove the "mold" - e.g. the pipe.
From: Tesla List <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
To: 'Tesla List' <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
Date: Friday, June 12, 1998 9:12 PM
Subject: Inhaling Epoxy!
>From: c604313-at-showme.missouri.edu [SMTP:c604313-at-showme.missouri.edu]
>Sent: Friday, June 12, 1998 7:19 AM
>To: Tesla List
>Subject: Re: Inhaling Epoxy!
>On Thu, 11 Jun 1998, Tesla List wrote:
>> From: Bill Noble [SMTP:william_b_noble-at-email.msn-dot-com]
>> why not just wrap a piece of pipe or tubing of the desired diameter with
>> saran wrap, then wind your coil, then coat with epoxy and remove the
>> may want to wax or oil the pipe before you start.
> I had this idea too, but I feel it would be impossible to remove
>the pipe no matter how much lube was initially used. I'm thinking LARGE
>surface area with tight windings. Epoxy tends to have some shrinkage as it
>cures this may cause additional problems.
> Bert S.