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Re: [TCML] Insulating the primary coil
Certainly. I use only 0.125" thick for this type of application and it
has worked flawlessly. The thicker it is, the harder it is to work with
and the price gets ridiculously high. I'm on a budget like everyone else
here and I started with the thin stuff simply due to cost. But it has
performed excellent, so I see no need to go thicker (from my own
experience). Had the price been affordable for the thicker 1/4" stuff, I
would have likely purchased it. However, being a penny pincher, I've
found even the 1/8" thick sheet is adequate for the purpose and very
easy to cut circles in.
Makes great end caps and even internal baffles quick and easy for any
form size. I have even gone as far as using a 36" aluminum ruler. There
are drilled holes in that ruler at various points along it's length.
Funny to look at, but each hole drilled in that ruler is a bit of my
personal history with coils.
david baehr wrote:
Hi, how important is the 'Thickness' of the plex ? would 3/16" be enough
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