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Originally Posted by kevin gilmore View Post

Kapton has high electron mobility so I think it would be very hard for it to hold any kind of charge.

 

Hello

 

Even if I coat the Kapton with graphite powder ?

 

Thank

 

Bye

 

Gaetan

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Hello

 

I've just received few sheet of 6 micron Hostaphan.

 

How about using that Hostaphan ?

 

Thank

 

Bye

 

Gaetan

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Thread Starter 

Hostaphan should be as good as Mylar.  Go for it.  :)

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Hi Wachara,

Witch software do you use for CAD and for the CNC (GCode?)?
Thank you.
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Thread Starter 

I take my gears to a local DIY meeting today.  Our theme this time is DIY VS Vintage.  Many people take their amplifiers and loudspeakers to the meet.  Here are some photos that I take at the meeting:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I let them try out my Orpheus Clone and JF Clone.  Most of the people prefer JF clone for its wider sound stage and more relax feeling.

 

Wachara C.


Edited by chinsettawong - Yesterday at 6:13 am
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Thread Starter 

By the way, I've upgraded my KGSSHV to KGSSHV Carbon.  It's very gooooooood.  :beyersmile:

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Originally Posted by chinsettawong View Post
 

I take my gears to a local DIY meeting today.  Our theme this time is DIY VS Vintage.  Many people take their amplifiers and loudspeakers to the meet.  Here are some photos that I take at the meeting:

 

...

 

 

I let them try out my Orpheus Clone and JF Clone.  Most of the people prefer JF clone for its wider sound stage and more relax feeling.

 

Wachara C.

Wachara,

Let me know the next time there is a local meeting. 

Cheers,

Vinh

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