Originally Posted by Valgaur
scrap 4 and 5 Von, instead use Spider Wire. This is an extremely strong fishing line that will stretch and bench unlike those other materials, especially piano wire. Then with the iron yarn it's just a very deeply threaded yarn thats very sturdy to pulls but not abbrasion. SpiderWire is really tough stuff get some 100lb test line and that will never break. the pole of you will break before that line. Heck 20 lb test line I have to cut it, I'll even pull the boat trying to break it, it's also cut my hands up once trying to slow a fish down lol.
Heres a link.
The 65lb test ones.
just looked if i can buy it in mu country,
dang, 13.50 euro for the cheapest Spiderwire Stealth Code Red 110m 0.10mm
will do alot, and spend some money even, to get a better way to delid,
this is to much tho, only need like 50cm of it..lol
will try to get some other fishing line tho, and try..
Originally Posted by BaK2BaK
'cleaned' VonDutch> Once I had to cut expansed polymer (sagex) and had success using the following kind of straw, coupled with a 4.5V battery to warm a metallic string (replacing the saw string). It was easy as cutting through butter.
The current running through the string will make it hot and maybe it could go through the glue easily.
If you try, better use a non-conductive handler!
good one, might work, and is cheap to do..thanks..
it cant hurt the chip, if theres running 4.5V throught the line?
so, a metal gitar string might work with this?
i thought its good because they look like this,
you can saw a bit with it, but its not sharpEdited by VonDutch - 11/30/12 at 1:38am