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post #1470 of (permalink) Old 12-19-2018, 12:22 PM
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Originally Posted by mac mclaren View Post
thank you ..i have found a supplier in Australia that cansupply and ship to nz at reasonable price the caswell system ,,must give it a try ,,the results look great
Mac Mclaren, make sure you purchase a variable current power supply. That is the key. I bought the Caswell system and tried to do it without being able to vary the current supply and as I'm not an electrician (even though I have done an electrical engineering paper at Uni ... too long ago) I was unable to get the results like 1750GT (Rossano). Sometimes I waste money trying to save money ... sigh.

BTW I found hydrochloric acid a really good and quick way to clean steel items for plating ... be careful though.

When I get to reassembly time I will set up the Caswell system again with a proper power supply
Pete

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