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Re: [TCML] Secondary winding jig

I used a garden-variety VSR hand drill directly chucked to my secondary, and
controlled the speed with a Variac.  Worked very well.  See photo at

Regards, Gary Lau

On Sun, Aug 1, 2010 at 5:38 PM, Joe Mastroianni <joe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Here's my attempt at a secondary winding Jig. <
> http://yfrog.com/n6coilwinderz>  I'm hoping to be able to wind up to an 8"
> form on this.  The PVC on there now is 4" x 24".
> The motor is an Oriental Induction motor I got at a surplus store, and as
> such it's not speed adjustable.  Though the torque is quite high - which
> could be a downside if I wind up breaking wire - I'm hoping that by only
> loosely afixing the PVC core to the rotating shaft (with masking tape) the
> tape will give free before the wire breaks.  The gray PVC endcaps have been
> turned on my lathe and fit pretty snugly, though they will slip.  Hoping
> that will act as a "clutch".
> Never did this before, so this is a Version 1.0.
> Cheers,
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