[Amps] Question: Ship Vacuum Variables at minimum or maximum?
James R Carr
n7fcf at hctc.com
Sat Jun 13 15:44:53 PDT 2009
The sure way to beat the united gorillas is to pack it like a fishing pole.
A short length of pvc tubing of the right diameter with a couple of end cap
caps fastened on with sheet metal screws. pad it well, and they can't crush
it by running over it with a truck.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Pete Lancashire" <pete at petelancashire.com>
To: <amps at contesting.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2009 10:35 AM
Subject: Re: [Amps] Question: Ship Vacuum Variables at minimum or maximum?
>I would toss in, neither. If anything go to fully min or max
> and then back off a couple of turns.
> Also consider buying a double or triple wall corrugated box,
> if I was the buyer I would be glad to pay the cost.
>> ORIGINAL MESSAGE:
>> On Wed, 10 Jun 2009 07:59:23 -0700 (PDT), Robert Groh
>> <rgroh at swbell.net> wrote:
>>>Comments and advice welcome. The vacuum variables are Jennings UCS and
>>> UCSL, by the way, if that matters.
>> That's a very good question Robert, but I think the best way is to
>> pack them so well it doesn't matter. I'm not trying to be a smarty
>> here, it's just that they are so delicate in any configuration that
>> you can't hardly have too much foam around them. The box should be
>> many times larger than the capacitor and well stuffed.
>> 73, Bill W6WRT
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