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    This was sent to me by Mark Rand and looks good for those using the 3 loose wires method.

    https://littlemachineshop.com/images...WireMethod.pdf

    Back in the day when I didn't have the correct wire diameters on hand I could, using suitable wire diameters, make the necessary calculations. Easier though (considering the cost) to have a set of thread wires handy.

    http://f-m-s.dk/2.01.pdf

    I made this years ago. It might help some.

    3-wires.jpg

    Those that find using 3 loose wires plus a micrometer no problem probably find doing card tricks is easy

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    why are you not posting this in the proper "meterology" section sir ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    why are you not posting this in the proper "meterology" section sir ?
    You've got too much time on your hands.

    As to why then because Mark Rand asked me to add it to this thread. He probably meant it to be added to what I'd just posted but I thought it good enough to have its own post. Many seem to use the 3 loose wires method. I believe I did post it in the METROLOGY sub forum years ago.

    Your reading ability is as bad as your spelling.

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    Off topic, but relevant to Doug's question:-
    I'd assumed it was in the metrology section, but as I tend to look over all posts in the 'new posts' option, I didn't notice.

    Might be worth raising the topic back to the top in the metrology section though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon B. Clarke View Post
    You've got too much time on your hands.

    As to why then because Mark Rand asked me to add it to this thread. He probably meant it to be added to what I'd just posted but I thought it good enough to have its own post. Many seem to use the 3 loose wires method. I believe I did post it in the METROLOGY sub forum years ago.



    Your reading ability is as bad as your spelling.
    Your pursuit of income from PM is simply clouding your judgment sir.

    It's really starting to erupt & overflow as of late, and frankly it's pathetic.

    FWIW I doo know how to spell.....


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