Re: first arc
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Subject: Re: first arc
Date: Mon, 15 Jan 1996 11:41:05 -0500
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In a message dated 96-01-12 13:25:19 EST, tesla-at-grendel.objinc-dot-com writes:
>just fired off the coil my son and I have been building. First try didnt
>take, but after closing the spark gap distance a little it took off great.
> We got good 5 - 6 inch sparks with a point type dischaarge, but when we
>our torroid on we could only get 3 -4 sparks with a good corona with 6 - 7
> inches of seperation. We haven't tried to do any tuning other than with
>fan speed adjuster we're using on the front side of the xformer . Anyway
>is way cool, and we can hardley wait to do some more woek on and with it.
> rich gramy
Congratulation, first sparks are always exciting. Keep us posted.