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Topic: glue
Posted: Friday, July 21, 2017 11:41:16 PM
Drag0nspeaker:
I asked for replacement already.
Thank you very much. "We coated the wires with glue"is the right sentence for me but the whole idea is
"We coated the wires with glue to insulate them where the wires had been damaged."

Sarrriesfan:
Thank you for information.

leonAzul:
Thank you for information. I didn't know immersing and potting words. I will use them in my correspondence.
Topic: glue
Posted: Wednesday, July 19, 2017 12:16:17 AM
leonAzul Thank you for answering.
These wires are not broken. If they were broken, we should solder them.

FounDit Thank you for answering.
It is Inductor. This is a coil which is wounded by enamel wires. Due to bad packaging, wires got damaged. It means enamel of wires have gone in some places so we should glue it and varnish them (coating which you say) but the yellow coating which you saw in some places is glue. varnish is transparent.

Damaged Wire:
https://ibb.co/cSZovQ

Topic: a real dragon?
Posted: Tuesday, July 18, 2017 5:57:46 AM
I mean this sentence:

Two Drag0ns are one too many. This phony one should be hung, drawn and quinted.
Topic: a real dragon?
Posted: Tuesday, July 18, 2017 5:15:48 AM
Харбин Хэйлунцзян 1 wrote:

Two Drag0ns are one too many. This phony one should be hung, drawn and quinted.


Hi, I don't understand this sentence. Could you please tell me the meaning of this sentence.
Topic: glue
Posted: Tuesday, July 18, 2017 2:31:23 AM
thank you.

For this situation, can I say "we glued the damage wires"

https://ibb.co/gLQtAF
Topic: glue
Posted: Tuesday, July 18, 2017 12:31:01 AM
hi everyone,

How can I use glue as a verb in sentence? I searched in dictionary and faced to below examples:

to glue a label on a package; to glue one's eyes to the TV set

These samples are "glue something to/on something"

can we say glue on something? for example "we glue the wire" I mean glue the wire by glue.

Or I should say "stick glue to wire"?

I hope you friends can understand me.

Topic: soak/suds
Posted: Saturday, July 15, 2017 11:49:11 PM
got it.
Thank you
Topic: soak/suds
Posted: Saturday, July 15, 2017 12:56:59 AM
Thank you for replies.
Sorry for my delay.

The meaning is what FounDit found. Thank you.

Drag0nspeaker:

no stock for good shield: I want to say we don't have good shields in our company, as a result we should use these bad shields to avoid stopping production line so I think "But we need to use up because we have no other use for it" is not what I need in this sentence.
Furthermore, we use this shield in transformers and we have to use this kind of sleeves instead of heat-shrink insulation tubing due to their isolation voltage.

thank you very much for your reply.

P.S: what is the meaning of below sentence which you write:
It's very difficult translating using a translating dictionary
It means that it is difficult for you to understand ( because it is not writing in good way?)

:)
Topic: soak/suds
Posted: Wednesday, July 12, 2017 3:25:51 AM
hi every one,

We bought some shields for our usage but unfortunately we can't use it because this shield is small for our application.
We use this shield to cover wire. It means that we enter wire into shield.



but we should use that shield because we have no stock for it so we make a liquid consist of water and soap then put that shield in it for 1 hour then this shield becomes smooth so we can enter wire.

I want to write a sentence to describe this situation.

First we soak shield in suds and then enter enameled wire hardly (and after that)/(hence) we can't draw wire out

Is this sentence correct and apprehensible?
Topic: while
Posted: Wednesday, July 12, 2017 12:19:49 AM
Thank you very much for answering.
I should learn how to write my letters easy and fluent but unfortunately it is hard for me.
you are right, I should use WHEN instead of while.
As I remember our teachers told us that we should use "Would you please ...." in correspondence because it is formal.
"Please would you" is sounds odd to me.
Anyway, thank you again for helping me.
:)

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