|To:||"J.Hector Garcia M" <Hector@telecom1.net>|
|Subject:||Re: [TowerTalk] wires in quad driven element|
|From:||Don Havlicek <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Mon, 23 Aug 2004 17:09:42 -0500|
I suggest you look into 'delrin cable clamps'.
These are usually high temperature tolerable, come in different colors [perhaps different UV resistance?], different sizes [to fit around different size cables/tubing], and are VERY inexpensive.
Each cable clamp wraps around [probably need to slide down] the spreader, and is tightened by putting a bolt/washer/nut to fasten.
Seems to me that you could put a small spacer between the two 'lips' of the cable clamp, around which you could put the element wire. Might even be stronger if you twisted the element wire around the spacer and then soldered it[?]
J.Hector Garcia M wrote:
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