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I put this on another thread. I took a NUBM06 and aimed it through to see how it would look.
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Wow, too cool!
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You could definitely pop them out like that. As long as you had a portion removed on the back of the diode you could pry it loose. If you had a milling bit that would get you up flat against the back you would be fine. I attempted to use a square piece of metal that fit between the leads and when I hit it it caused the diode to bend and dome up. But it just needed a little more surface and to be off to the side a little bit more and you could press them out without bending them.
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LOL forget photobucket, I just opened my little thumbnail in a 2nd window and linked that open pic to an edit in this window of the same page and got a large pic, wow, this is so much easier, now I understand why I see some people have both, sure I link from post, but I didn't know you could link from the post you are in.
Haha yeah I do this sometimes if I don't need the picture to be big, 800X600 or less, makes it much easier to get the picture uploaded and in the post.
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Check this out fellas, another good cut makes another almost perfect "snap" again.
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Ricker, you have your cuts spot on


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All those diodes makes me want to see some beams, I wonder about half a block of 06 or 08, I wonder which way the lines run in the far field, they must overlap in 2's or 4's.
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Thanks guys! I'll take a few more pictures soon, I'm on my last diode for this block.
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YES RICKER, LOVING THE PICS
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Ricker did catch what DTR said about not breathing the dust from the metal. Your doing a really good job but when your using the cutting disk you should probably wear a mask or do your best not to breath any. Who knows what this is made from.
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Vacuum all that dust up too, of course.
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I sure did! Aaaand, I'm done! I pretty much flew through three tonight by cutting the correct spot.
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I must also add that the bottom of the diode, the metal pretty much flaked off, the sides were way harder to get off, not sure if that helps somehow.
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