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RE: [TCML] Secondary winding jig

To get a safe speed at a reasonable cost, how about the idea
Of using an old barbeque spit motor to turn the jig?  It may
Take a while, but it'd get the job done.
Reverend Christopher "Fuzzy" Mayeux
Pastor, MSB MInistries
Hattiesburg, MS


> I personally would want it turning about 4 times as slow as that - but I'm old. The speed you can cope
> with is primarily dictated by the AWG your using. It's very easy to get a crossed turn on smaller
> sizes. You then tend to over compensate and you will find your leaving too much space in between
> windings. Hold the finished secondary up to the light and you will then see the gaps if your using
> clear tube.

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