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Hi everybody I just returned from my steam-powered-laboratory (Dampfkraftlabor, in german) to present you my latest invention: The Steampunked plasma-beam generator: To get an first impression please watch this ...
As you know I love to work a lot with red vulcanized fiber material, brass screws and copper parts. So I chose an old antique handlamp chassis and ...
Here you see all the components : a switch an green LED an mini flickering bulb with E10 socket an E10 socket holder an AA battery holder (and ...
In this instructable of mine you will find all the answers to your detailed questions about the electronic works;-))) The mini flickering bulb with an E10 socket can ...
And now you can build the three parts together
To start the generator switch it on Maybe a small light spot occurs at the top of the metal flame-cathodes. If not, just come near to the ...
This trick is easily explained: To ignite the neon-gas filled bulb you need about 140 Volts minimum. Because of the high resistance of the whole construction the ignition ...
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