If you set your welder on a low setting and lightly touch the cable
with your electrode, it will leave a little scorch mark on the cable
that is permanant. Every 20-feet works great. I've tried tape and
paint and the only thing that was permanant was the welder mark. It's
a good question though. I wish they manufactured some sort of markers
for sewer cables.
On Mon, 21 Jun 2004 00:08:33 GMT, "Runningwater"
See this is why you should listen to these old guys,,
I would have never thought of this, and have been struggling estimating
lenghts for years.
Im just gonna do this, but maybe a small tack at 10 ft. lenghts.
Where do I send the consutation fee at? Cause this is a wondeful idea!
You'll be able to see the marks. It's just a mark. It is visible. But
you're not marking it with dayglo yellow. If you get into some real
nasty work, it's not going to be super easy to see. You can put larger
marks on there if want. That's a personal choice. I recommend marking
enough to see. If you get too agressive with that welder, you may fuck
up your cable.
On Tue, 22 Jun 2004 15:22:43 GMT, "bill allemann"
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