from FB group Regenerative Receiver… Jun 13

Cyril Hodson
It seems to me that these plug-in coil forms would be easy to make with a 3D printer. They would be made of thermoplastic so I don’t know if there would be problems with soldering pins or with being close to tubes/valves. Your idea of using plastic pipe with super glue may have the same problems with high temperatures. It would be interesting to try it and see. One could print 3 or 4 coils using different colors of plastic to identify them. Or it might be possible to print ribs on a length of plastic pipe. It seems that 3D printing would save a lot of work fabricating these coil forms manually. What do you think? 👍 or 👎 ?

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