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Re: [hameltech] 112 cone material

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  • Robert Gould
    Try using a paint remover solution available at any paint store. Brush it on, wait a few minutes and hose it off. ...
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 25, 2001
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      Try using a paint remover solution available at any
      paint store. Brush it on, wait a few minutes and hose
      it off.


      --- aaronlishman <chillie44@...> wrote:
      > Hello - I am working on a 45gd device and have the
      > cones cut out of
      > flashing aluminum - I cut them on an ultrasonic
      > cutting machine so
      > they are quite accurate - the aluminum has a coating
      > on both sides,
      > some sort of paint. Has anyone made a working device
      > with coated
      > cones? I have tried to remove the coating with
      > various solvents to no
      > avail, and burning it off seems to warp the
      > aluminium - has anyone
      > dealt with this? I guess I could buff them all clean
      > but would rather
      > not - any thoughts would be appreciated.
      > Happy Holidays
      > -Aaron Lishman
      >
      >


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