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Would more turns on the secondary give more current?What about more turns in the primary?Can the core be solid steel instead of laminated?Lotsa questions,but I'm looking for more amps,and since I have a mill,thinking of scaling up the MOT to 2x size with a custom core if possible or feasible.
The way I understand transformers, it's all about the ratio of the windings (primary to secondary). So if you maintain the amount of windings on the primary and increase the windings on the secondary, then yes, the current increases. In terms of the core, solid steel becomes permanently magnetized if exposed to a powerful enough magnetic field.
Would this work as a smelter for iron? I have a bunch of rebar lying around, and I'm thinking of trying to melt it down into blocks, then forge them into swords.
have any experience with flybacks
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