Posts Tagged ‘electricity experiment’

DIY etching tool electric engraver project for electroplating and stencilling

DIY etching tool electric engraver project for electroplating and stencilling

Check out this old school electric engraver diy project kit.
You can easily—and safely—put electrochemistry
to work “branding” your name
on tools, or decorating aluminum sheets.
The stencil pad consists of a metal plate
(copper, aluminum—even a scrap of tin
can) covered with felt that’s saturated
with a solution of table salt (or with
liquid Sani-Flush).
Over this pad you smooth a section of
an [...]

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How to make a vacuum tube tesla coil

How to make a vacuum tube tesla coil

Make a homemade vacuum tube tesla coil using these vintage diy plans from the 1940’s.
Other types of tesla coils, calling for a high tension transformer and spark plug gap for excitation, were undoubtedly interesting and instructive, but this vacuum tube design shown above will prove much less expensive to construct and yet will provide plenty [...]

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Square tesla coil diy experiment

Square tesla coil diy experiment

SQUARE WOUND TESLA COIL PLANS, uses transistors and a 3 kv neon sign transformer. Highly detailed with diagrams and complete written instructions. Includes plans for rotary spark gap.
Nikola Tesla, considered by some to be the greatest inventor of the electronic age, is today best remembered for his fascinating power transmission experiments using his famous tesla [...]

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Solid state tesla coil DIY experiment

Solid state tesla coil DIY experiment

This SOLID STATE TESLA COIL produces wireless transmission of radio frequency energy using a modified fly-back transformer from an old television. Detailed diagrams and complete written instructions included.
This DIY project shows how to construct a high frequency, high voltage device capable of causing a fluorescent lamp to light without wires and produce the corona effect [...]

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Radar jammer free diy plans

Radar jammer free diy plans

Get out of speeding tickets the easy way with this handy radar jammer electronic shield. Be cloaked like a ghost as you whiz down the freeway past all the cops and cameras.
The dipole antennas, which reflect radar, consist of four nickle rods with 32 dipoles bound to them. Each dipole antenna should be cut to [...]

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Flyback tesla coil diy plans schematic drawings

Flyback tesla coil diy plans schematic drawings

This flyback tesla coil uses a high voltage flyback transformer salvaged from an old TV, or ordered from Fair Radio Sales. Look for the biggest, most intimidating transformer you can find. Old tube TV’s are a good place to look. The transformer should not have a rectifier built in.
CLICK HERE to download and print [...]

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