Nope, no problem at all. We're very fortunate on this forum; lots of guys here link to their sites, and, so far, they're virtually all excellent websites.
and then the wire is bending, which implies the spring is not really maintaining tension or is the expansion from the heat?
if the arms could pivot and the spring was run between them on the back possible it could maintain tension.
I am going to have to try this, thanks a lot one more thing to do.
Hi, two days I was offline.
In this version of the device I can control the temperature using a potentiometer. This gives me the ability to connect to a voltage source between 12v and 20v. The temperature control I did on the PWM. Plexiglass easily break after using this tool. This needs to be done in a ventilated room, due to the melting plastics.
This is an interesting idea, it could solve the problem.if the arms could pivot and the spring was run between them on the back possible it could maintain tension.
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