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I found the liquid at http://www.skygeek.com/70104-l.html
for about $3
less than MSC Direct and their shipping is about $2 less than MSCDirect.
It looks like this stuff is great for machining too. I'm getting a
couple of bottles of the liquid, one for the modeling table downstairs
and one for the shop. At $7.75 a bottle, you can't beat it.
On 10/11/2018 12:37 AM, Dale Buxton wrote:
Several years ago I needed some more Boelube and could not find it on
the PBL web site then either. I found it at a small aircraft
construction suppler that specializes in Spruce Wood. (
https://www.aircraftspruce.com ) I thought the connection was strange
but they stocked both liquid and and stick form. A 4 oz. bottle was
reasonable in price (about $12 and the stick was about $4). I think I
like the liquid better than the stick. Which reminds me, I need to
order some more.
I just did a quick search for the stuff and found it at MSC Direct.
They have a better price point and always have really fast delivery times!
On Wed, Oct 10, 2018 at 9:10 PM LARRY KLOSE <email@example.com
Re drilling and hazards to the model from parts falling off, PBL (Sn3
Specialist) sells or sold a product called Boelube for lubricating
Developed by Boeing, it helps by enhancing cutting speed and
work piece cooler. I don't see it on the web site but maybe that's an
oversight. Try calling to see if it's still available. PBL part
This is an industrial product so it may no longer be available in
Ask Joe Melhorn who recently posted about drill speed. In the
course of an
LED and decoder install for me he recently drilled some very
castings soldered to one of my models and as I recall, he used a
speed. Nothing fell off.
Can't comment on the best route for the wiring.