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Old 2nd January 2013, 08:35 PM   #1
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please delete this thread of mine. I don't wanna sell them any more

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Old 2nd January 2013, 08:43 PM   #2
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That should be fine.
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I think it will be alright as long as it stops moving like that.
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Old 2nd January 2013, 09:18 PM   #4
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Is that made by Maytag?

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Old 2nd January 2013, 09:46 PM   #5
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I wish I had some of those! I think they would work great and be very handy.
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Old 5th January 2013, 06:07 AM   #6
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I don't recommend plexiglass, it will melt when soldered on. If you can get electrical fiberglass (G10 or the pink stuff) or phenolic, you'll have a better time. Or even just a hunk of plywood, if you don't mind the smell. Not exactly electrical anymore but it won't melt/burn as fast as plexiglass.

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Old 5th January 2013, 01:58 PM   #7
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I don't recommend plexiglass, it will melt when soldered on. If you can get electrical fiberglass (G10 or the pink stuff) or phenolic, you'll have a better time. Or even just a hunk of plywood, if you don't mind the smell. Not exactly electrical anymore but it won't melt/burn as fast as plexiglass.

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thanks for the tip buddy

actually today I just did some laser cutting and result is much better than expected

the goal was to build stand for the tags, 4x and 8x
first I have to do some Corel job. I used 4mm plexiglass, there is a mounting hole for every board, 8tagers have two extra holes at both ends to assure steady mounting. it was not necessary for 4tags ones.
I tested them for soldering, I almost hold the head of a 100W soldering iron on the tag and guess what?! the plexigalss didn't melt down at all gold plated surface let me to solder a wire for less than 2 seconds!! amazing

one thing interesting, the beneath screw of the tag will allow to attach one or two spades for underneath wiring or ground connection


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Old 6th January 2013, 07:58 AM   #8
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Default FS: Gold plated tag boards

small board with 4 tags: 1.25USD/ea.
big board with 8 tags: 2.75USD/ea.

the story of these tags:

I had some nice gold plated tags lying around:
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I just thought to make some nice tag stripe to use in DIY tube gears projects so I just hit the road going to my friend's Laser cutting workshop. first I had to do some Corel job:
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and then let the Laser router do the talking:
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result:
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all parts are 4mm hard Plexiglass.4xs board have one hole in the center and 8xs have two extra holes at both ends to assure steady mounting:
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the beneath screw of the tag will allow to attach one or two spades for underneath wiring or ground connection:
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Hmm, Cool!

You have access to a Frikkin' Lazur but you can't get fiberglass? Go figure!

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Since these were made for commercial purposes, I've merged your threads and moved them to the appropriate forum. Please restrict any further sales efforts to this thread only.
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