Cutting ability of Xurons...

Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by kirtar, Aug 18, 2008.

  1. kirtar

    kirtar New User

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    Xuron Corp's website says that the 170II and 420 cutters will flush cut up to 14 AWG. Does anyone know how it would handle something along the lines of 12 AWG (braided), such as the wire used for FIRST robotics to connect motors to the breaker?
     
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  2. YULitle

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    I don't think is the forum to ask that. Try one geared towards robotics.
     
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  3. xtremerunnerars

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    If you're in FIRST robotics, why don't you use your diamond plated 100000 volt saw?

    Sorry...that came out harsh. I'm from a school that can only (and begrudgingly) afford botball despite all of the other HUGE AMOUNTS of money we have.

    Botball rocks your socks though, btw. Been to gcer twice.
     
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