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Re: toroid question
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- Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2005 20:36:29 -0600
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Original poster: Andrew Hunziker <andrew.hunziker@xxxxxxxxx>
"I was thinking of forming some chicken wire into a donut shape and
then wraping that in aluminum foil."
I tired this for to make a topload for my first coil. The problem I
had was that chicken wire has small barbs where it is wraped together.
This kept ripping the foil. A better idea would be to use Al ducting
from a hardware store.
On 4/12/05, Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Original poster: Ed Phillips <evp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> "That's toroid.
> Contact me off list and I can send you photos of a large toroid
> construction. Same principle can be applied to small one --- using
> styrofoam and small wire mesh pieces.
> Dr. Resonance"
> "Turnoid" sounds like lathe work - maybe he has another idea on
> build them?