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rec.aviation.ultralight - 7 posts - 6 authors - Last post: Oct 12, 2000How about riviting the lexan to an aluminium bar/channel/angle iron - what ever
fits best on the aluminium tube. Then you can use more solid fasteners
to hold ...
rec.kites - 18 posts - 13 authors - Last post: Jun 27, 1996I am 2m tall and so I had to replace the tube to which the front wheel is
fixed, which happend to be made of aluminium. It was a standard square
aluminium tube ...
comp.periphs.printers - 5 posts - 4 authors - Last post: Jul 22, 2001Imaging drums are an aluminium tube with 3 layers, a bottom insulating
layer, a middle ... If a speck of dirt gets onto the aluminium
tube before the bottom layer is ...
rec.audio.tubes - 41 posts - 16 authors - Last post: May 24, 2003... 1...@surface.net rec audio tubes Mark Harriss <ningau...@bigpond.
com> ... yard long aluminium tube has a very loose fitting
super magnet dropped into it ...
alt.rec.bicycles.recumbent - 15 posts - 10 authors - Last post: Jan 11, 2000Even more unique than a Nils Palm :-) The design is based on a Delrin casting
at the rear end of a 4 inch aluminium tube. This molding supports the
base of the ...
sci.electronics.repair - 8 posts - 6 authors - Last post: Oct 30, 2000Thank a lot for the link, I understand allmost everything now about my coffee
maker, despite that the one-way valve in the aluminium tube made to
rec.sport.unicycling - 38 posts - 31 authors - Last post: May 21, 2002Suppose you want to have 3 pieces of tubing made from aluminium, ... If
the aluminium tube is the lightest of the 3, and just as strong as the
others, then ...
sci.materials - 4 posts - 4 authors - Last post: Jun 24, 2003Hello everybody; I have the problem, that I have to fix a (stainless) steel,
0.25mm thin thermocouple to a small aluminium tube. The structure of
the aluminium ...
sci.space.policy - 67 posts - 15 authors - Last post: Aug 30, 2001You would be much better off with an aluminium tube. And drag is a
*force*, not a mass. How would you avoid collisions between the payload and
alt.autos.peugeot - 5 posts - 3 authors - Last post: Aug 31, 2003I gave it an almighty pull and off it popped, problem is that the ball top and
the aluminium tube came off together, ( 406 coupe only trim??? ) . The
third party ...