[TCML] Hammertone "Predikter" 1st. light
joekorick at comcast.net
Sun Jul 12 14:59:24 MDT 2009
Thank You for your response.
How does this design compare with a spun toroid of equal size in reguards to
Equal to, More or Less than?
I would also take it that any sharp edges should be eliminated ?
Thanks for any advise.
From: tesla-bounces at pupman.com [mailto:tesla-bounces at pupman.com] On Behalf
Of Finn Hammer
Sent: Saturday, July 11, 2009 10:00 PM
To: Tesla Coil Mailing List
Subject: Re: [TCML] Hammertone "Predikter" 1st. light
Joe Korick skrev:
> I am new to the list but have been reading quite a bit.
> I am currently building a medium sized coil and was wondering about
> your torroid on the "Thumper" coil As viewed on "You Tube"
> Do you have any close up pictures or CAD drawings of the framework
> used with this design.
> I have a tube roller and full machine shop and would like to pursue
> this design concept.
> Thanks for any help or advise
> Joe Korick
I don't have the drawings with me, as the toroid was made by Daniel
Uhrenholt, a coiling buddy of mine.
This topload design was pioneered by Greg Leyh, of LOD fame, and there are
CAD drawings here:
With access to a workshop, this is a wonderful way to make big toroids.
Light, snazzy and easy to get a grip on, for transport.
Some folks in the Netherlands made them dis-assembleable too.
Hope this helps.
Cheers, Finn Hammer
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