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Re: [TCML] Why copper tubing for primary?
No, do you want to completely strip large gage copper wire to tap and
tune? Perhaps there is some reason concerning the wire is stranded but
I doubt it, I think it is all about convenience for tuning and
mechanical ease of making a tap.
On 8/13/2010 3:14 PM, Ray Whiteside wrote:
Obviously wherever I look people are using copper tubing for their primary
coil, but I can't figure out for the life of me why people use copper tubing
over fairly large gauge copper. It seems copper wire would be much cheaper
and easier to work with. Is it merely a difference in the inductance values?
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