Koil Kutting (2)!

Once the completed coil has been slid off the mandrel, it is placed in the holder (which has a groove for it to sit in).
After this i put some liquid soap stuff (I use morning fresh, others use Dawn) to lubricate the coil as it is cut.
The top plate is screwed on as per Dave's instructions, so that it is not too tight nor too loose. With a icy pole stick, the coil is pushed along until it reaches the 'stop'. This is an extra piece of metal that sticks down on the top plate. Once the coil rests against this (which is on the left in this picture), the cutting motion (from right to left) ensures that the koil does not move during cutting.

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