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Old 2014-05-08, 9:38am
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Default E-forming Q: Sheet Anode or Coil Anode?

Hi All~

I'm wanting to try my hand at e-forming...can anyone give me their input on preferences: Sheet Anode or Coil Anode?

I know the Sheet must be much easier to clean off and bring back to bright between uses, but the Coil seems like it would just be so much easier to use - meaning that I could hook the rectifier directly to the Coiled wire rather than building a "frame" to hang the Sheets from.

I'd love to hear from you'z guyz on this subject! (And of course any other advice you might wanna throw in here... )

Thanks!

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Okie! Well, I've bought both - and will be trying them soon!
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