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I want to create a large workspace by covering a sheet of plywood with a layer of thin copper sheeting. Tips?

I want to create a large workspace by covering a sheet of plywood with a layer of thin copper sheeting. Tips?

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Copper is big for $$$ right now. Cash in what you have and buy sheet metal. Not sure why you want metal. All our work tops are plywood. When you are drilling it will save bit tips if you hit wood instead of metal. You can screw in stops for sawing. Sorry couldnt be any help. m
All you really need is a hammer and maybe a 2x4 or straight edge to help keep it flat. You might want to use some adhesive though under the copper so it doesn't tend to pop up or make annoying popping sounds.
Copper is big for $$$ right now. Cash in what you have and buy sheet metal. Not sure why you want metal. All our work tops are plywood. When you are drilling it will save bit tips if you hit wood instead of metal. You can screw in stops for sawing. Sorry couldnt be any help. m
copper is crazy money right now Try using sheet metal . Call a hvac duct supply company can bend the edges for you
All you really need is a hammer and maybe a 2x4 or straight edge to help keep it flat. You might want to use some adhesive though under the copper so it doesn't tend to pop up or make annoying popping sounds.
The coolant lines are copper. So they need to be soldered. I'm in construction and that's the same way its done on new construction too.
copper is crazy money right now Try using sheet metal . Call a hvac duct supply company can bend the edges for you
The coolant lines are copper. So they need to be soldered. I'm in construction and that's the same way its done on new construction too.
It is high temp silver solder and standard practice(due ti high preasures in the tubeing.
It is high temp silver solder and standard practice(due ti high preasures in the tubeing.

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