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Old 05-13-2019, 11:26:26 AM
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Looking for RED FIBER insulating board for my bipolar coil restoration.. Mcmaster Carr does not show this material or maybe it goes by another trade name. Looking for 1/8" thickness X 12" X 12" sheet. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Looking for RED FIBER insulating board for my bipolar coil restoration.. Mcmaster Carr does not show this material or maybe it goes by another trade name. Looking for 1/8" thickness X 12" X 12" sheet. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
McMaster-Carr has the material, but theirs is gray instead of red. The item description is "vulcanized fiber".
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Default Re: Crocker Wheeler Bipolar Motor

I was looking for the same thing several years ago and had to buy the gray. I was able to turn it red by using food dye. It worked out great. Ron
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Default Re: Crocker Wheeler Bipolar Motor

What you might need is electrical grade GPO3 fibreglass.. I've used Rods and C-Channel, but it comes in sheets
https://www.mcmaster.com/electrical-...berglass-(gpo3)

Search also for other Garolite composites, might also work for you if you can find red.
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I got some from my buddy that is an electrician, they call it fish paper. I think it was a blueish gray.
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