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1. Product Introduction

Sawing wire is the one with super strength, high dimensional accuracy and is made of high-carbon steel wire, and its surface is plated with brass. It is widely applied in semiconductor, photovoltaic, solar panels, integrated circuit and watches, laser, crystal industry, etc. Sawing wire integrates the characteristics of stability, uniformity, high precision and high strength, and it enjoys low cutting loss, high sawing efficiency, smooth sawing surface, high sawing precision and other merits.


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Stable, uniform, high precision, high strength, it can effectively save energy consumption. High quality of the cutting wire is parallelism, bending small, tolerance silk small diameter and uniform, less warpage and diameter and ovality tolerance small, adapt to various types of winding reels (spool). Furthermore, the products can be used for various types of machines. High density winding technology makes the product have excellent stability. Good copper plating effect, it can improve the surface of steel wire with sand cutting ability, anti rust, wear resistance, high toughness


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Supply Sawing Wire with High Quality

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Q:Power wire??
you can but it is discouraged because of low strand count. and since its not oxygen free copper.
Q:3.5mm m to m wiring?
yeah audio cable..
Q:What are the differences between wired and wireless microphones?
The instant one does no longer have the mute function together as the under pressure out one does. The instant one you ought to cost whilst it dies and the cable isn't long adequate to attain your ear together as its plugged into the console.
Q:Do fan motors use magnet wires?
coils of wires always are magnetic (if there flows current trough them). the only use of such a coils besides as a magnet would be to deminish fluctuations, like in the fat piece of long usb cables. Else, its always magnetic
Q:Wiring surround sound speakers?
Do not use cat5 wiring. Yes it will transmit the sound but the wires gage is too small. It is also solid core wiring. Solidcore wiring is not the best for speakers. Use a good quality oxygen free copper speaker cable around 16 gage up to 50 ft. If you have 100 watts/channel or more you should use a 14 gage wire. If you are over 150watts/channel use 12 gage. Remember the wire gets bigger as the gage goes lower.12 gage wire is thicker then 18 gage wire. I personally like the Moster XP brand of speaker cable. it is not that expensive. Sometimes moster cable can be overpriced but not so much in the case of this wire. It is very flexible and will layout nice on the floor. I have purchased wire in the past that was similarly priced and it was garbage. The 20% rule stated above is indeed whack as I would have been spending $2,400 on speaker cables. NOT GONNA HAPPEN. About a $1 to $2 per foot is resonable. You will get a more than adequate wire for that price. That is about what the Monster XP cable I use costs. But copper is expensive now so the cost may be higher.
Q:thin strand wire?
It's purely for flexibility. Solid wire would be just as effective, but it's about impossible to route through a car. In response to Rolo's answer -- Skin effect is a high frequency AC phenomenon - not an issue with DC, or any frequency in the audible spectrum for that matter. High strand count in car audio wire is purely for flexibility.
Q:If i have 16 gauge speaker wire and i double it when wiring speakers will that make it 8 gauge?
18 gauge wire is pretty much standard for speakers. The only reason for a bigger gauge cable would be for a subwoofer setup. The connectors are pretty good actually. Have you ever noticed that the more you mess with a wire the more you have to cut it, re-strip it, and re-connect it? The connectors will eliminate that potential problem.
Q:How to wire 120v outlet from 240v wiring?
If you have 10 AWG wire then you probably have a 30 amp breaker, correct? If so, you can't wire a standard 110v outlet on that large of a breaker. Duplex outlets are only rated for 20 amps. 30 amps and you're into range receptacles. You would probably need to install a sub-panel so you can switch down to a smaller wire size/breaker for the outlet. You could run the red, white and green into the sub-panel as the power source and then install a 15 or 20 amp breaker using 14 or 20 AWG wire to the receptacle respectively.
Q:antenna wire/copper wire question?
Since high frequency electromagnetic waves travel at or near the surface of the wire, then the wire has no need to be solid copper, as there won't be any current flowing through the center anyway. Thus most antennas are hollow (to reduce weight). As the first responder said, sometimes antenna wire is formed from copper wire strands wrapped around a steel core. Steel is a relatively poor conductor, but since most or all of the current flows through the outside, this doesn't matter. The steel center provides strength, as steel is stronger than copper, and it is usually less expensive. But you can just use pure copper wire also; it shouldn't matter for most applications. If using a two conductor wire -- one ground and one for the signal in the same cable -- then keep in mind that a twisted pair is more resistant to outside noise:
Q:Physics AS: Tension in 2 wires.?
The horizontal tensions in the two wires must be equal. The vertical tensions must add to 2.8N. Let the tension in the wires be t1 and t2. t1 * sin(40) <== horizontal tension in wire 1 t1 * cos(40) <== vertical tension in wire 1 t2 * sin(60) <== vertical tension in wire 2 t2 * cos(60) <== horizontal tension in wire 2 t1^2 = (horizontal tension in wire 1)^2 + (vertical tension in wire 1)^2 t2^2 = (horizontal tension in wire 2)^2 + (vertical tension in wire 2)^2

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