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Behind the scenes peek at our new DT lighting coils being made

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yes, we've got two lightweight machines that handle wires up to 0.5 mm thick that do those.

We make TY250 ones and can make many DT ones, we just need a sample to be able to make them. If we think it will sell we even cut new laminations for that application.
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I've got an old one, but not pretty the cardboard is wilted & some rust on the base. I'll send it to you if it'll help.
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Send it in, we make new "card" ends. Theses are actually made from either presspan or compressed red fibre board. We use the first as it soaks in the resin better and is more forgiving when assembling, the red board just breaks up if you bend it.
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As your video skills catch up to your manufacturing skills, some narration might be nice. I'm a bit in the dark.
I studied violin bow repair with a guy named Arnold Bone (long deceased, now) who had a similar, though hank-cranked, set up to put new sterling silver windings on bows. I just clamp the silver spool to the bench and walk back toward it as I wind the silver on. But then, I only do a couple of those a month...
Nice presentation.
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