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Original poster: jdwarshui@xxxxxxxxx
Consider building an ignition coil driver. They are very cheap to
build and can be tossed together in a few hours. The sparks will not
be as impressive as a Tesla coil however you can take a pair of
alligator clips across a compact disk and get some good eye candy.
Build your coil when you are under less pressure.
The ignition coil driver is a great crowd pleaser, and with good
documentation will get you the grade that you are after.
It has been a while since i have built one, perhaps another coiler can
suggest a good site for the plans!