Simple Igniters

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Introduction: Simple Igniters

This Instructable will show u how to make igniters without nicrome wire. Plus the can be set off with a 9v.

Step 1: Supplies

Supplies:
+2 2inch pieces of stiff wire.
+1 1inch piece of thin craft wire.
+electritions tape
+1 match

Tools:
+wire strippers
+lighter

Step 2: The Wires

1.strip about a quarter of an inch off of 1 end of the wires.

2.strip about half of an inch off of the other side.

Step 3: Tape the Wires

1.tape the wires together leaving about a guarter of an inch of unstripped wire on each side.

2. bend wires like shown.

3. separate the top wires like shown in pic 2.

Step 4: The Craft Wire

1.burn a 1 inch length of craft wire to get the coating off.

2.untwist the wire so its separate strands.

3.Take 1 strand and put it in the 2 stits at the top of the wires.

4.twist top of wires nad bend down like shown.

Step 5: The Match

1.tape a match to the side so that the head is pressed against the craft wire strand.

2.Enjoy. Made to be used with my detonator.

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The title says "Simple IgniterS" as in multiples. but there is only 1.

You can make more than one igniter with this technique.

It didnt work for me, and i put 12 volts through it. Any suggestioons?

hmmm, i only used a nine volt, (but i have tried it with about 3000 volts befor :) ) if it doesnt work then its probly because the craft wire is too think, make sure you get the thinnest possible, burn off all the coating and unravel it, and use one of the tiny strands.

go to home depot and get steel wool.

K cheers, I found another way any way, which is working AMAZINGLY for me-havn't had a single dud yet! It's using old fairy light bulbs and match heads, so it's kinda expensive but still, they are sooooo reliable!

this is by far the best way to make electric ignitors i have found. near my house there is one of those old fashoined redneck swapmeet places. you an get a crapload of old tatty christmas lights. you get like 100 ignitions for a dollar old string of lights, and a two dollar box of matches.

It not work. What batter use? descriptions?

 you could use steel wool

hmmm, if it doesnt work then its probly because the craft wire is too think, make sure you get the thinnest possible, burn off all the coating and unravel it, and use one of the tiny strands.