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WTB Crimp heater for paper shells

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by xringjim, Jun 6, 2010.

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    Jimmy, Gl with that. It might be easier to persue other avenues. I inherited mine. Constructing something other than electric might be an idea. I mean, all you're looking at is a metal piece heated for the purpose. It really doesn't take all that much heat to do the job. Jim
     
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    sent you a email
     
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    Hi!
    How about lining them on a cookie sheet and bake 'em at 400 deg. for a 1/2 hr or so?. I would think that would work. I'd use the extra oven out in the garage you don't use anymore. Wifey may not like the smell of Fed papers on her turkey..........
     
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    Jim: We'll try it this way. I suggested that you may want to try a pencil type soldering iron or wood burning tool and remove the tip. May prove to be too hot or not the right diameter though. Just a suggestion. Dave
     
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    Jim: Its on it way.
     
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