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'[OT] STRIP-X (enamel wire)'
2000\05\15@121013 by Chris Eddy

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Gentlemen;

I called a wire manufacturer a while back, and they indicated that true enamel
coated wire was a rare product.  They have a number of types of coating that you
can get on your wire, some of which can be stripped clean by the heat of an iron
and solder.  Could save you the grief of stripping entirely.

Chirs Eddy

Joe McCauley wrote:

> Wagner,
>
> I too have similar problems stripping fine wire (0.032 to 0.055 mm diameter)
> I normally use a hot soldering iron and tin the wire. This works eventually,

2000\05\18@192750 by dporter

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In 1968, I owned a VW bug and it seemed a little dull.  A bunch of us
decided to paint it to be more in tune with the "age of Aquarius."
Unfortunately, the bug has an inordinately large surface area and we had
inordinately small talent.  Several years later, the paint had to come off.
I went to a supplier for auto body shops and purchased several gallons of
a jelly-like substance.  You brushed it on, waited a few minutes and off
came the blistered paint.  Even in 1972, it was labeled as carcinogenic.
It was a nasty witch's brew, but it would even remove lacquer and varnish,
to say nothing of the body putty that was underneath.

If you need just a little, try a body shop.  They'll probably give you a
few CC's.

David Porter
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> From: Chris Eddy <.....ceddyKILLspamspam@spam@NB.NET>
> To: PICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU
> Subject: Re: [OT] STRIP-X (enamel wire)
> Date: Monday, May 15, 2000 8:09 AM
>
> Gentlemen;
>
> I called a wire manufacturer a while back, and they indicated that true
enamel
> coated wire was a rare product.  They have a number of types of coating
that you
> can get on your wire, some of which can be stripped clean by the heat of
an iron
> and solder.  Could save you the grief of stripping entirely.
>
> Chirs Eddy
>
> Joe McCauley wrote:
>
> > Wagner,
> >
> > I too have similar problems stripping fine wire (0.032 to 0.055 mm
diameter)
> > I normally use a hot soldering iron and tin the wire. This works
eventually,

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