Re: multiple gap question
Tesla List wrote:
> Original Poster: Parpp807-at-aol-dot-com
> Hi All,
> I have assembled a multiple gap to try with my bipolar coil. I have eight
> 1-inch diam copper sweat fittings that I have tried to gap at 0.022. I have
> it running on the coil and all the sparks are along the same outer edge of
> the copper cylinder. Why did I buy the couplings?
> Couldn't I have simply sliced cylinders off of 1-inch pipe. Is this normal? I
> found it very difficult to get all those
> "ducks" lined up in a row so that the parallel sides are gapped within 5/1000
> of 0.022.
> Does someone have a technique figured out for doing this and producing
> Ralph Zekelm
you need to see the past posts on " A Better Wheel" i redesigned the RQ
gap to be linear and apposed ...I believe Terry may still have the
pictures on his site ... the gap has alot of advantages ( but there are
still a few that need improving) Im using mine on a 10 KVA pig the gaps
air cooled and im getting great results for a static gap setup....