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Kerry COX (RedRoo)
AU

Blackhawk images from Oakey air base west of Toowoomba Qld.

These images were obtained at the invitation of one of the Army Air Sqn.

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5 8 December 2018, 08:12
Markus Antonius
i think, it's easier to find some on ebay, just search for copper wire and choose diameter... 😉
8 December 2018, 09:23
Holger Kranich
Was not there a guy who told us, he would stop modeling for a while?;) Dont get me wrong, i am happy to have you around, Kezza! 😉
8 December 2018, 09:30
Kerry COX
My tools are in the draw. Going for a log rest in West Australia to be with my son. 😉
8 December 2018, 11:32
Holger Kranich
He is back from sea? Very good! Many geetings to him!
8 December 2018, 12:29
Daniel Klink
I'll just take the copper wire from our production 🙂
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How much and what size do you need? 😉
8 December 2018, 12:46
Urban Gardini
That's a lot of copper...
8 December 2018, 12:58
Urban Gardini
For extremely thin copper thread I advise you to buy a stump of expensive speaker cable in a HiFi shop.
8 December 2018, 12:59
Thomas Bischoff
hm ... you changed from assembling plastic models to disassembling HiFi equipment 🙂
Thanks for the idea but my Revox B-77 is still in service ...
8 December 2018, 16:34
Kerry COX
Just call it. "Recycling". :-/
8 December 2018, 16:45
Peter Hardy
My neighbors have a DVD player. Maybe they won't notice ... 🙂
8 December 2018, 21:13
Spanjaard
add the adress Daniel 😉
@Kezza, take good care of yourself mate. i do actually have a collection of stuff from old electronics too 😄
9 December 2018, 00:19
Michael Hickey
Problem is Peter you'll use a tank of juice just to get to your neighbors and back.😄
9 December 2018, 00:22
William O.
Hehe.😉
9 December 2018, 01:51
Wim van der Luijt
I use a slightly different method of extracting the parts, it's called "brute force" and involves repeated blows with a hammer 😄
9 December 2018, 11:20
Daniel Klink
Hope you wear glasses when you do this Wim😉
9 December 2018, 11:31
Martin Oostrom
Your neighbours needed your cd-player to listen to cd's? You really are a generous person 😉

Kerry, glad to see you're still cruising along 👍
9 December 2018, 21:10
Treehugger
Speaking of copper wire, I remember seeing this in an online store, 0.03 mm copper wire on a roll (30m):
hobbyeasy.com/en/dat..wyvbpbupiqs7d3d.html

And 0,01 mm wire (9m):
hobbyeasy.com/en/dat..rdsex9w6dxagnz5.html
11 May, 08:26
Spanjaard
But old electronic equipment is a great source, anyway
11 May, 08:41
Robin (WhiteGlint)
Oh, following. 👀
Lots of reference pictures. 👍
11 May, 10:29
bughunter
Kerry, I'm using very thin copper wire of around 0.06mm (measured) out of high flexible silicone cables, like this:
conrad.de/de/p/reely..m-1-set-1275498.html
There are many very thin wires in. Real copper without paint on it.
Usage as ignition wires in 1:48 on my engines, see actual project:
Airco DH2 | Album by bughunter (1:48)
11 May, 10:41
Kerry COX
Finally fixed the bugs I was having problems with. Now it is the Blackhawk.
11 May, 10:52

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