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Old 2nd Aug 2020, 3:56 pm   #6
Mike. Watterson
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Default Re: String & superglue

You can set slightly damp cotton (string, thread, denim) on fire with superglue, though usually it just gets hot. Moisture is an accelerator. Breathing on the ends of a broken ferrite rod helps set the superglue which needs to be the merest trace and pressed hard till it sets. Epoxy can then strengthen the rod at the crack if it's not at a coil. If it's very thin layer of superglue and the pieces are aligned well then the inductance isn't much affected.
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