You can get small pipe cutters used by model engineers which are quite rigid and work better than those intended for plumbing work.
Hello Michael a standard B&Q (Gamma for our Dutch readers) pipe cutter
has too much lateral play to actually cut with. I used to use them with Heliax.
However for scoring a nice clean mark they are good enough. Thanks for the
On 28 July 2016 10:34:10 CEST, "'Michael Scott' g3lyp@... [ukmicrowaves]"
A tip which Paul Wade published in MUD a year or so back was to use a small pipe cutter. I have had mixed success with it as it tends to round the edge of the copper which makes removing the waste bit more difficult. With care you can make a dent round the copper and use this as a guide for a knife or fine saw.
73, Mike, G3LYP
Hello I have some N types to put on some PTFE based semi-rigid cable. It