Once I have it, it's labor-intensive to deal with because you have to
cut away all the insulation and then unwrap all the wires. But once
you've got it separated, it's very strong, very pliable and easy to
Since this doesn't contain copper wire (which I'm pretty sure no one
would donate these days, due to the cost!) you might be able to find
an electrician who'd be willing to give you some scrap pieces.
On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 1:48 PM, Rebecca Burch <email@example.com> wrote:
> Where is the best place to purchase (cheap!!!!) or request donations
> of wire for sculpture? My longtime donor from the phone company
> retired, and I'm hitting dead-ends with requests for donations.
> (Apparently, people are stealing wire from worksites for the metal, so
> every scrap has to be accounted for in most places.)
> I would even be willing to buy large rolls/spools of it, but it has to
> be cost-effective.
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