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New here, thought I would Say hi, I should fit in well here!

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by DJDAudio, Nov 3, 2011.

  1. DJDAudio

    DJDAudio New Member

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    I am a 'tinkerer' if you will. I like to find new and or strange ways of doing things.

    Here is part of my shop.

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    Here was a project I made that would shift the 'metered' power the actual power pulled,
    Power is pulled from the non metered center tap and returned one the hot legs.

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    Here is some high voltage Photo Art I did,

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    60KV from a Xray transformer.

    Made my own Solar flares by using high voltage DV and a magnetic field with fire.

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    My X ray transformers,

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    Small Tesla coil I built for feild demos at my work,
    It was an off the shelf model, I tore apart and completely rebuilt to be more powerful and efficient.
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    Here is a current project in the works, a full 'bench top' power supply, 0-30amps 0-240VAC/DC with variable current limiting and safety interlocks.

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    Here is a 40mA HeNe laser project I was working on, built the power supply for it 10KVDC

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    And last the 1.2MV Tesla coil at my work. 45,000Watts

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    Like I said I do things in strange ways. Few of my projects.

    I built my own 300amp Mig welder.

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    I am lacking the pictures at present, but I took (2) Alternators and made them into a push pull audio power amplifier! Will have to dig up the video.

    Here was a Guitar hero interface I built.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8JPcJ3Mdzw

    And here was me testing out the new Xray transformer. It pulls 50amps at 220V and can output 80KV

    The transformer is about 400lbs.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPjl6BmUfYc

    As you can tell, I am defiantly a random person when it comes to my projects.

    I will be sure to share my future projects if anyone is interested.
     
  2. DJDAudio

    DJDAudio New Member

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  3. DerStrom8

    DerStrom8 Super Moderator Most Helpful Member

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    Those are some great projects, DJDAudio! I think you'll like it here, and learn a lot, too. This is a great forum!

    Welcome to Electro-Tech! :D

    Der Strom
     

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