No one said they have to be round. I used 1/2" square stock, cut off an
inch, drilled a 1/4" hole, tapped for the 6-32 screws.
Glen Zook wrote:
> Frankly, you can make you own couplers for just a few cents each from copper
> tubing that has an inside diameter of 1/4 inch. Cut off a length about 1
> inch long and then drill a hole near each end. Then "tap" that hole for a
> machine screw.
> Now you will need a tubing cutter which is just a few dollars at any home
> improvement center, a drill and bit, and a tap. However, these tools are
> already in the possession of just about any amateur radio operator who does
> any building at all.
> Glen, K9STH
> Website: http://k9sth.com
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