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Re: twin stacked primary supports

Original poster: "Bob (R.A.) Jones" <a1accounting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>


You could wind the coil two turns at a time. If that makes sense, just like
a transformer but only two turns in each layer.
The problem may be how to get from one turn to the next turn and from one
layer to the next layer.
Working out how to drill the supports to wind it that way smoothly would be
tricky especially for a conical.
I guess the holes would have to spiral out and zig zag up and down at the
same time.

Robert (R. A.) Jones
A1 Accounting, Inc., Fl
407 649 6400
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Sent: Thursday, May 04, 2006 6:56 AM
Subject: Re: twin stacked primary supports

> Original poster: "Mike Tucknott" <michael.tucknott@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Hi Bart
> Sound like a good idea if I get arcing between the layers, I did increase
> the layer to layer spacing to 25mm between conductor surfaces.
> If I get any problems I`ll report back with my findings
> Cheers Mike T
>  > Original poster: "Barton B. Anderson" <bartb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>  >
>  > Hi Mike,
>  >
>  > As Gary mentioned, you'll need to insulate the two primary's. Given
>  > your supports are already drilled and cut, maybe you could add a
>  > channel on each side of the supports between the two layers so that
>  > acrylic (or some insulator) plate could be cut to size and slid into
>  > place in the channels (and glued).
>  >
>  > Take care,
>  > Bart
>  >