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Re: 1880s Multilayer Tesla Coils & Specs... (fwd)
Original poster: "Barton B. Anderson by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <tesla123-at-pacbell-dot-net>
Greetings from California! Every now and then I like to just wonder around
the internet and look
at other coilers web sites, especially those I have linked to at my site.
Just a couple days ago
I was at your web site and was very impressed with the bipolar coil and the
workmanship you put
into this (ironic that you posted to the list just after my visit). I was
also impressed with the
recongnition you've received. It's a great web site and I just wanted to
say thanks for sharing.
Tesla list wrote:
> Original poster: "Chip Atkinson by way of Terry Fritz
> Chip, Terry,
> Please fwd this to the Tesla List...
> I have finally got around to updating to my website a bit this year. On the
> site are some new things of interest, in particular photos and movies of the
> Prague System - a bipolar Tesla Coil System with primary/secondary coils
> only 3" tall and 9" in diameter which deliver powerful (and deafening) 16"
> sparks. I think everyone that is running out of space should check out this
> This unit is being installed in the public Jan 2003, the location being the
> capital of the Czech Republic, a personal donation from myself to spark the
> interest of Tesla in Eastern Europe, as well as to attract some attention to
> the city of Prague.
> Also of interest on the site are:
> * Photos and movie of the flaming white arc Tesla Coil prototype
> (A Tesla Coil that can metal metals, even disintegrate tungsten rod)
> * Construction details for multi-layer pancake style secondary coils
> * Information on building Pancake Secondary Coils
> * Several reproductions and original Tesla X-Ray Machines
> * Construction details for Kicking Coil Apparatus
> * As always endless photos of Turn Of The Century Tesla Coils...
> There are lots of big plans for 2003, including a visit to the real Tesla
> Museum in Beograd and some public demonstrations of Tesla Coils.
> In October I will be restoring a floor model 1907 Hogan Oudin Resonator, and
> will have lots of great photos to follow. This will be loads of fun.
> Jeff Behary, c/o
> The Turn Of The Century Electrotherapy Museum