I've found the food dehydrator far more effective than a convection oven
because it does way less harm to splices and at least as good a job with the
sticky-shed. The SnackMaster handles 10 1/2" reels and has no vents, at
least that I've noticed.
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] revisiting tape bakers
I don't think this has been discussed in a while, perhaps there is
something new to add.
What currently are the most popular oven models for tape baking? How
large a reel will they accommodate? For those who use food dehydrators,
since we last discussed this subject are you still using them and
finding them as effective as a lab oven? Do you leave the vents open or
Anything new to add to the discussion?