A piece of masonite or 1/4" plywood works well and if you have a
scrap around is cheaper. I rubber cemented pieces of old bicycle
inner tube under the corners to help keep it from sliding around .
Stick-on rubber feet should work as well. My several year old Radio
Shack footswitch is attached with double sided foam tape. It was
intended for hands free playback of a dictaphone, but no longer
appears in the catalog.
>Related to all this foot-switch talk, doncha just hate it when your
>way back under the operating position and you lose it, and have to interrupt
>your run to find it?
>K0CKB provided me with a solution used by seamstresses. It's call "Pedal
>Sta-II", and is a piece of that heavy plastic used under office chairs, with a
>piece of Velcro(tm) -- another piece of Velcro gets glued to the
>bottom of your
>f/s, and it never moves again. Get it at a fabric or sewing store.
>You can see
>a picture at http://shop.store.yahoo.com/hancockfabricstore/hcn00641.html.
>73, de Hans, K0HB
Jimmy Weierich, K2LV, ex KG2AU <email@example.com>
Vestal, NY USA FN12xa