[TCML] Re: aluminum for faraday suit ?
ghostriderinnc at live.com
Mon Jan 10 06:50:01 MST 2011
Just be careful I don't want to hear a news story where some guy dressed up like a medival knight and got cooked to a crisp underneath a tesla coil ;]
> Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2011 08:20:45 -0500
> From: arobinson at teslamad.com
> To: tesla at pupman.com
> Subject: [TCML] Re: aluminum for faraday suit ?
> I'm glad so many people are chiming in. Really the true inspiration
> behind making this suit is for you guys. I really wanted to this
> information out to the community so newer coilers can get a grasp on the
> concepts at hand and can if they dare lol, "safely" construct their own
> suits for their own experiments. I remember looking back at your design
> Peter for under the clothes. I was a different approach to the concept.
> You constructed from the cameras point of view which I think very few
> have done and by doing so brought some new ideas to the table. Kudos! As
> for the post on oxidation, thats an excellent point that I completely
> forgot to mention. This was the reason for the material initially chosen
> to build the chainmail suit. Yes oxidation is a problem, but not from an
> electrical standpoint. Only esthetically.
> PS Jim, thanks so much for the link to the patent. I remember seeing
> this awhile back but when trying to find it a few weeks later, could not
> reproduce my search.
> Cheers, and as always, please be safe everyone!
> ~Andrew Robinson
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