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Re: Name My TC
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- Date: Fri, 08 Apr 2005 08:35:27 -0600
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Original poster: Sebastiaan Draaisma <sebas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Chiang Mai, Friday, April 8, 2005
In reply to: Name My TC
Posted on: Friday, April 8, 2005
I think that if you are doing this for your graduation, you should do a
good job, and not just glue and tape everything together to get your A.
In school they let you do homework, they don't give you all the answers
without learning. And personally I think you should learn a little bit more
by reading experiences from other coilers and read about their failures and
success, only than you learn a lot. We can give you all the answers you
need, but its more fun to see what others have done. A Tesla coil does not
have to be expensive, but don't make a messy coil. Learning takes time.
There are some good websites you can learn from.
Free online basic electronic courses
News letters about electronics
Nikola Tesla (Tesla coil ring)
Everything about Nikola Tesla and Tesla Coils
Have fun building, and don't forget to read about the safety instructions,
you only have one life!
Tesla> Original poster: "Steven Steele"
Tesla> I am trying to come up with a name for my TC and I'd like ya'll's
Tesla> was thinking maybe Knobby, because of the doorknob. Or maybe Skitzo,
Tesla> because it's multi layered. Or Cover Girl or Guy, because I used nail
Tesla> ploish to secure the secondary. Be creative! :)
Tesla> Here's some pics if you caven't already seen it:
Tesla> Steven Steele