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Old 09-19-2005, 02:06 PM
Sharritan Sharritan is offline
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Default Fiber-Optic Cable durablility

Are they as fragile as they feel and appear? I have heard that you can get poor results if the cable has more than a 30 degree bend in it. ????
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Old 09-19-2005, 02:29 PM
Bastiaan Bastiaan is offline
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Default Re: Fiber-Optic Cable durablility

Those cables are more fragile as copper-cables, but not as fragile as you think. It is bad to actually fold them, but if you make the radius not to small a 360 degree wouldnt be a problem. See how they are packed when you buy them......they wouldnt pack them like that if that would damage them now would they
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