Winter Teslathon Web page
The site map for the winter teslathon is up on Richie Burnetts site
There is a map and directions.If you don't know Cambridge at all try to avoid
the city centre at all costs as it is really bad for traffic. we have about 12
people comfirmed so far,and about 9 coils. So it should be good fun. The
museum is having a steam day at the same time so feel free to come earlier
than 5 if you like. We can't start to set up before then though becouse of
worry's about the general public and safety. The museum people are going to
do tea and coffee, and there is a chip shop just down the road. I think it
might be a good idea to give coilers at least a label with their name on as
there are likely to be a lot of people coming who are new to coiling and might
want to join the list. I think it will make them feel happier if they know who
they are talking to. I am thinking that people bringing coils pay £5.00 and
guests pay say £2.00. does that sound fair? Total expenses should be about
£80.00 If I make a profit I will of course spend it. It might even go
fibreprobe project I am building.I don't think I will have it finished by
but it should be done by the next Corby get together when we can all play
with it... If anyone knows of anyone not still on the lists but who would
come please let me know. Is julian green still on the list?
I should be able to provide floor space for anyone who wants to stay
afterwards. The only possible problem might be the alarm system, anyone
have any ideas on this? cover the pir's with foil? disconnect the sensors?
i will set up a ring main type grounding system with some 1" copper strap all
round the back of the tresle tables so people can just connect to that with
big crocodile clips. there is no shortage of 13 amp sockets but the more
extension leads the better. There are some 32 amp reyrolle/cee- form type
connectors as well if 13 amps is'nt enough. There is a tin roof 20 high we
could aim for.
Any comments /ideas please let me know.
see everyone on the 30th