Re: "Suggestions for window feed-throughs?"

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From: Leon Heller (leon@lfheller.demon.co.uk)
Date: Mon Dec 01 1997 - 19:22:44 EST


In message <Chameleon.971201115043.jadepro@jadepro.jadeprod.com>, Jade
Account <jadepro@jadeprod.com> writes
>If you want to bother going through the trouble, you can drill glass. You
>need a very good (sharp) drill bit. Using light pressure, lubricate the
>chosen hole location with turpentine. A variable speed drill will allow you
>to find the correct rate to drill at.

I just drilled a couple of holes through the wooden window frame, large
enough for BNC plugs. If I move, I can plug the holes with a piece of
dowel and paint the plugs.

Leon

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