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SRSG Progress Update
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+sebastian nutter I was thinking about an enclosure for the SRSG, but don't want to suffocate it in ozone... Obvious fix would be fans, but will have a think about it.

I have a plan for the tungstens if they get hot, I may do it anyway just encase I want to run more power through it in the future.
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Project SRSG is beginning to take shape!
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ohhh sweet deal ! i'll eventually get one proper going !
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Spectral Geissler Project:
Testing the first Tube. =]
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+Steve Lane
thanks mate ;) appreciate it.
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Attempts at making the wasp waists, 2 out of 5 made it.
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+Ludic Science spectral tubes in ampule form.
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"My name is BeardyFace..." xD
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+Deeds Gallagher you know that's what you want it to be so much that you believe it is. valve gear is cool though, definitely a keeper! =]
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Flying Scotsman Passes Through Hereford. =]
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+Deeds Gallagher Now you mention it, that does look like the case haha, didn't use a tilt shift lens... but is taken from a bridge giving an unusual angle more common to modelling shots. should edit a plastic cow in there... haha
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Project SRSG - Like a glove! =]
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That somehow reminds me of a hdd platter.

Clean build, accurate placement, put on a spindle.

Rotary sparkgap or spinning charge transfer capacitor?
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Playing with the vacuum pump and a large demijohn jar... =]
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Yeah, also need about 20kv or above across the tube. That's hard to measure with a TC supply.
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Spectral Giessler Project:
Evacuating the Test Tube to <10mBar Air.
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+Erlend Ervik might give hydrogen a go, but shall be using some eyebrow protectors doing so... =]
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Using Mercury as a liquid contact for high accuracy resistance testing.

Warning Mercury is a hazardous substance and as I now know also likes to amalgamate to brass making it hard to clean off after.

"I want to break free"... =]
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+tuopeek1
Well said :)
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Flying Scotsman Footage. =]
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+Sparky Projects that's what everyone else was doing, I had a video camera a phone camera and a DSLR on a tripod to manage so didn't even contemplate dashing over the other side as soon as it went through, the carriages and diesel loco was interesting enough for me. The diesel loco was a backup incase it was to breakdown on the tracks which incure a hefty fine, not much steam though eh...
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Double helix Jacobs ladder.
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Weeew
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Introduction
Believed to be put here by a far superior race to advance Technology on Earth as we know it.
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Has an extremely rare O+ "Lutheran" blood group base on genes upon chromosome 19.
Education
  • Herefordshire College of Technology
    Electro-technical Installations, 2008 - 2010
    C&G 2330 L2/L3 Dist 100%
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Single
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Stevie
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Industrial Electrician
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Electro-technical, Oil & Gas Industry, Explosive Atmospheres, High Voltage, Electronics.
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  • [Classified]
    Industrial Electrician, 2010 - present
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