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Offline w8ye

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Re: 14-16" degree wheel
« on: September 16, 2011, 01:21:47 am »
I just use the 8" ones and print them off with the printer and glue them to various things like thin plywood, Lexan, or acrylic sheet. Have used poster board too.  The reason for so many is that I mostly use them to set the ignition timing on chainsaw engine derived model airplane engines using a Hall effect sensor and a Neodymium magnet in a hub where the flywheel used to be. The Hall Effect sensor is the trigger for the CD type ignition system. It is shielded and mostly use NGK BPMR7F or NGK CM6 plugs. I do have some engines that run plugs with a 1/4-28 thread. I've been doing this for years.

I tried to upload a degree wheel but 100K doesn't get much more than a thumbnail.

PM me your email and I can Email you .jpg images of several different styles of degree wheels. Or cut4fun can give you my email address.

 

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