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#1 (permalink)      1/17/2015 1:05:19 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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80mm wide???
So this is wider than it is tall...

Height: 70mm
Width : 80mm
Depth : 7mm

Aside from the height, I'm not seeing how these measurements were taken.
Anyone know the actual diameter of the tube?
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Its the same diameter(maybe a hair bigger) as a AAA battery
#3 (permalink)      1/17/2015 2:17:52 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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#4 (permalink)      1/23/2015 1:28:58 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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These work very nicely for making a great coil. Perfect coils everytime.
#5 (permalink)      1/23/2015 3:08:29 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Not really. I was making a coil for my Flash last night. I realized that for across-post presentation, and having the legs trap in a proper clockwise direction, that I needed to wrap in the opposite direction. I get that a lot with various atty configurations. But, I guess that anybody who thinks that they need this to make a good coil, probably doesn't give that much thought to their builds.

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Can you not wrap counter-clockwise with these?

If you needed it to be wrapped opposite, I don't really understand how this design would hinder that.

Then again I'm only familiar with the kuro-style, which easily allows that... not sure how this differs in that regard.

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That starts you out with a kink at the end of the coil that needs to be dealt with. I suppose you could get it out...somehow.
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So your saying they only drilled a clockwise angled starter hole.
So we have to drill another angle hole or wait then spend again on V2 w/ two different angle starter holes.
Haven't decided if designers a smart or dumb.
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Well, for some coils, I can imagine, that kink at the start could be a boon. You might want to try to replicate it at the other end too. For a tri-post centered coil, that angle might be just the ticket for running your leg off to the negative while taking a fairly straight shot at the positive. When using a screwdriver, you accomplish much the same thing by inserting it and pushing hard towards the centerline so the handle rim makes a kink next to the coil for you. But when you do that, you are often applying pressure away from the posts to keep it all firm. These coilers are more about sculpting than extruding, if you get my drift.
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#10 (permalink)      1/23/2015 9:31:55 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Hi, NoeWay. Thank you for pointing out this mistake. We have confirmed with the related department and changed the dimensions for the SKU 2086800. Thank you.
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YetiVapor wrote:

Can you not wrap counter-clockwise with these?If you needed it to be wrapped opposite, I don't really understand how this design would hinder that.Then again I'm only familiar with the kuro-style, which easily allows that... not sure how this differs in that regard.




Or you could take the coil off and turn it around possibly and turn that?