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Re: Phenolic Supplier question.

Original poster: "S & J Young by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <youngs-at-konnections-dot-net>


I like GP03, an electrical grade fiberglass material, available from
McMaster-Carr.  Cheaper, machines and drills well with regular tools,
withstands higher temps than G10 and is plenty strong.  12" x 12" x 3/8"
cost about $10 - part # 8549K312.

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Sent: Wednesday, May 08, 2002 5:10 PM
Subject: Phenolic Supplier question.

> Original poster: "Vince D'Amore by way of Terry Fritz
<twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <tesla-at-teslafx-dot-com>
> Hello People,
>   I'm currently trying to gather information and resources to build an
> I have noticed that most rotory disks are made of Phenolic LE or G10.
> The research I have done so far shows that both of those materials
> are pretty pricey. I have found them to run about 105.00 dollars per
> sq. foot.
>   Do any of you have a more economical solution or resource?
> I will not risk safety so if I need to pay those prices I will. I'm just
> checking to see if there is an alternative.
> Vince