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Re: My second coil attempt, advice?
Original poster: Mike <megavolts61@xxxxxxxxx>
In a pinch, I used an off-axis tuning coil when one coil I built was
about one turn short of what I needed. It sure made it easy to tune too.
Original poster: Ed Phillips <evp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
The .75in. total spacing I use, is to make my primary tap easier to
move around (I am using some random clip thing I found, I don't know
what it is for, but it is a copper/aluminum alloy, and it is too wide
for 1/4 in spacing). I am out of tubing, could I use a couple
strands of 12 AWG house wire? I have tons of that, and I could
insulate it in some PE tubing (that costs 15 cents a foot!) I have
used a similar method for the inter-power supply connections, and
have not been shocked. I have a shop vac, that "died" but still
runs, so I could construct a SG similar to the one you showed me, I
don't know if "power arcing" is a problem for me as I have not
actually looked (it wouldn't suprise me though), and I cannot check
until it stops raining here. If the new blower does not help, I will
build a sucker gap, and see how things go. Thanks
Nothing wrong with making a temporary primary with your #12 wire
(stripped to make connections easier) until you find the proper
dimensions and number of turns.
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