Nascom 2 keyboard connector
stanb at dial.pipex.com
Sun Jun 5 03:22:53 CDT 2005
Tony Duell said:
> > > Presumably the punch tool has a limit as to how far from the edges of a
> > > piece it can reach?
> > >
> > There was a "Q-Max" D type punch, don't know if it is still available, but
> > that could be used to pace a hole anywhere in a sheet of metal (it is pulled
> > through with a bolt, so doesn't need a press of any kind).
> That's the type I have. It's not a Q-Max brand, it's RS
> (http://www.rswww.com/ IIRC). I've never seen an odd-shaped genuine Q-Max
> cutter (I know they did make sqyare and rectangular ones, though).
There were some odd-shaped ones like DB-9 and -25 and SO239 with a flat
on one side for nut fixing sockets. I've not seen any for years, and
I would have bought them if I had :-)
Stan Barr stanb at dial.pipex.com
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