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Re: Cylinder Static Spark Gap
Original poster: Liviu Vasiliu <teslina@xxxxxxxxx>
You can take the easy way. Flat type. Easy to clean
Put a fan for better quenching....
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tesla list" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Thursday, August 17, 2006 10:04 AM
> Subject: Cylinder Static Spark Gap
> > Original poster: "Glen McGowan"
> > Trying to build a Cylinder Spark Gap out of a 6"
> piece of PVC (it's
> > actually a coupler not an actual piece of pipe).
> Currently using 1" x
> > 4" (ish) OD Copper pipe. Between 6 and 8
> electrodes. There must be an
> > easy way to layout and drill the holes. I've
> tried to use exact
> > measurements but I didn't get the results I was
> looking for (which
> > means I can't figure out the measurements). I've
> resorted to trial
> > and error which I'm not particularly impressed
> with. This stink'n
> > thing is making me cross eyed. I'm almost to the
> point of unplugging
> > the dremel and beating it against the garage
> floor. Figured I'd drop
> > the list a line and see if some of the veterans
> could show me some tricks.
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