> There are no shortcuts I know of when rolling up coax. Like one of the
> replies mentioned, start a loop with the desired diameter. Secure it with
> some electrical tape. Hand roll the rest insuring there are no kinks. Use
> electrical tape to secure the roll in a tight bundle. Do not use duct
> the adhesive bleeds after a while and makes a mess. I use the cheap
> US) electrical tape for all of this.
All the electrical tape I've used exhibits the same characteristic - the
adhesive "bleeds". I hold my coiled up wire with leftover pieces of 14g or
12g solid from Romex (housewire). I *start* the coil with tape,
however. When I'm smart, I remove the tape after I finish the coil.
- 73 Mike N2MG
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