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Re: Smallest TC ever

Original poster: "Ed Phillips by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>" <evp-at-pacbell-dot-net>

> Ed,
> I thought about that but the spool wouldnt fit onto the core of the
> secondary. If the wire becomes tangled then you cannot just unwind it
> either. Also tightening the wire against the core is a major problem by
> using this method because any tension breaks it.
> Jason

	Not quite sure what you mean by the first sentence.  The spool goes on
the floor, the wire comes up between your knees so you can apply a
little more or less controlled tension, and you guide the wire onto the
form with your fingers.  By the latter, I mean that when you get the
winding started you just put a finger against the coil to keep the wire
tight against the adjacent turns.