[TowerTalk] House Entry
Stephanie WX3K" <firstname.lastname@example.org
Thu, 3 May 2001 00:58:51 -0400
I used 1/4 aluminum plate. It is easier to drill holes in when installing
bulkhead connectors. You can check the appearance under the feedline link.
Stephanie R. Koles WX3K
Mt. Holly Skywarn Technical Committee - Vice Chair
Skywarn Coordinator for Somerset County, NJ
Mt Holly Skywarn Webmaster
Eastern PA Radio Assoc. - Vice President
----- Original Message -----
From: "WA9ALS - John" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, April 29, 2001 10:45 PM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] House Entry
> > Okay, I give up. Where can I find 1/8" copper plate, and how much is it
> > going to cost?
> Try http://www.mcmaster.com
> then search for "copper sheet" They have copper plate too, but it starts
> 1/4 inch.
> Everything and more than you wanted to know. 12x12 inch 0.187 in thick
> copper alloy 110 is $43.80. 0.062 in is $18, and 0.016 is $10.86. You
> order as small a quantity as you like on many things, and they ship out
> right away - nicely packaged too! They also have a lot of info about
> stuff available on the web site! Good place to get stainles steel sheets
> too to make shims etc.
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