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    Quote Originally Posted by HeyOK View Post
    Lots of good info there, Kev!

    Do you happen to know how these mats stand up to a solder drip?
    In my experience the solder simply cools, balls up and flakes off of the cutting mat Al.
    Not sure on the VYCO material though... I'll try it on a scrap piece if ya want.
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    That would be great... no big rush though.
    :biggthumpup:HeyOK Performance RC Electronics

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    $150 for a clear cutting mat? yikes.. *crosses off of want list*

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    Nice products! Are you willing to share the name of the local drafting supply shop, Kev?

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    kevin this is what i was talking about
    there is a place in bby that makes mouse pads out of this stuff
    i have two promo ones

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    What's the material called Darwin... that's what we need to know so we can buy it before it becomes pads for mice

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    For my table top I really wanted some of the drafting mat as well... the VYCO. I'm an engineer so I've seen the stuff all over the place. It's just vinyl really. So I took some of the vinyl flooring you can buy in the roll and cut it to fit my tabletop. Works EXACTLY the same as the drafting mats. And MUCH cheaper than buying it from a drafting supply store.

    I actually got mine as scraps from a construction job I was managing. =)

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