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Old 11-01-2012, 03:06 PM   #63
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Originally Posted by knc1 View Post
Putting the grooves in the plastic tab to position the contacts is beyond the limits of the engraving tools I have access too.

Time for "Plan B".

"Plan A" did result in my having a nice little 18 x 18 work table. So it was not a total loss.

Edit:
"Plan B" - not so good.
Plastic sheet stock arrives tomorrow, will try using that next.
Would pressing heated wires into the plastic work to make the grooves? Then remove wires, sand plastic surface flat, and attach wires into grooves. Worth a try, perhaps.
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