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Old 02-10-2005, 04:32 AM   #16
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Didn't know just boiling water could make that kind of change to metal structure.
Liko... i`m not talking about metal gears... only the plastic/nylon

The theory behind it i think is more to do with a more uniform heat up & cool down.

It seemed to work years ago...but like i said the plastic/nylon making techniques would have changed since then.

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Boiling composites and nylon adds durability by softening the material. The heat is not as much a factor in this softening as is the introduction of moisture into the material.
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