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    Nice pics and a nice lesson on building tight coils. Thanks
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    I would have never thought of using the clamp to hold the bit and wire. I just got a 16ga needle to make holding it a bit easier. If that doesn't work for me I am going to buy some of those clamps and try that instead.

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    I'm lucky enough to be receiving this darkzero coil jig for making micro coils. He made it. It looks like anything the boy makes - well thought, bulletproof and highly functional. The stuff he dreams up is ridiculous can't wait to try it. I'll post some pix when I get it. Deazy is a beast
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    Why is it that Every Time I see something I Always ask myself...

    "How could I do that Faster with a Cordless Drill?"



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    thanks for this, am going to give it a try

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoiDman View Post
    Why is it that Every Time I see something I Always ask myself...

    "How could I do that Faster with a Cordless Drill?"



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    Hehe, yes, that works, too. But easy on the trigger finger - too fast and it will become a mess =)
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoiDman View Post
    Why is it that Every Time I see something I Always ask myself...

    "How could I do that Faster with a Cordless Drill?"



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    Hmmm.... there's a thought: Hook it up to a spindle and create a yard-long coil. Then, cut off the number of wraps needed when you want to change the coil. Take less than 30 secs
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    Quote Originally Posted by aarhus View Post
    Hmmm.... there's a thought: Hook it up to a spindle and create a yard-long coil. Then, cut off the number of wraps needed when you want to change the coil. Take less than 30 secs
    Isn't that what Every Does?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoiDman View Post
    This is an excellent resource, thanks
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