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Re: Aluminium Magnet Wire for Secondary
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- Date: Fri, 22 Apr 2005 17:10:35 -0600
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> Original poster: Terry Fritz <teslalist@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Hi All,
> I have about 4 pounds of #24 aluminum magnet wire. I was thinking of
> it to rewind my small coil secondary. I know it is somewhat more
> and all that, but I was just wondering if anyone had actually tried it
> before and had noted any problems with it?
> I figure it will wind just like copper. Since the enamel is the same,
> and such should stick to it fine. The terminations are tooth washers and
> bolts so no solder is needed there. I might have to test it to be sure I
> don't pull it too hard and break it.
> Aluminum has no real "spring" to it so it may tend to loosen more
> easily. I think it is softer than copper so it might wind easier.
> Just thought I would check around to see if anyone knew of any special
> problems with it.
Al magnet wire seems to stretch pretty easy. I'm not sure if this cracks
and damages the insulation. I've never used it with high voltage stuff.