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Re: Pringles pot as form for small secondary
A Pringles can has foil on it's inner layer, I believe. I once wound a
secondary on one myself, not realizing this until after I had spent a few
hours of winding by hand... ...I was able to salvage the coil through
carefully peeling the foil away from the the cardboard.
So you may be able to use it, just remove all the foil first.
On Fri, 03 Nov 2000 16:32:22 -0700 "Tesla list" <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
> Original poster: Hhchicken1-at-aol-dot-com
> </lurk mode>
> I've been following the sonotube thread, and wondered if a Pringles
> pot is
> made of a similar material - would it make an acceptable secondary
> for my
> first coil (a tabletop model)? I wonder how lossy it is, as PVC or
> pipe with a ~4-inch diameter isn't too easy to find :)
> Any ideas?
> Henry Hallam
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