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Homade telegraph

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This Instructable is an basic electromegnetic circuit.
It is very simple to make and it uses materials you pronely have around you're house.
 
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Step 1:

tie the wires using the method of towe hatch hichis

Step 2:

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first gather the materials you need :
1. magnet
2. a spool of copper wires
3. paper clip
4. batteries
5. nail

Step 3:

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first tie the wires to the magnet and then to the batteries

Step 4:

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Next tie the wires to the paper clip and you are done.
Chicken22095 years ago
I changed the misspellings Next time, notify the person if you want something done I think you should still add a final image as the intro picture, I would also go more into depth when describing the steps. For example, how am i suposed to tie the wires to the batteries, which knot, two half hitches? Also I think you are going to need actual pictures
Dipankar5 years ago
The Magnets and the nail are missing in your Diagram. Did you forget to put them in your Instructable? I cannot understand how is a flashlight is connected to a telegraph. Where did the bottle come from - it is not in the material list. Is it a Beer bottle or a soda bottle?
dciocoiu (author)  Dipankar5 years ago
i chainged the picture but frogot to uplode it
Chicken22095 years ago
you don't exactly sound native to the English language some words like clip and batteries are misspelled if I were you I would ad more detail and maybe get a English collaborator
dciocoiu (author)  Chicken22095 years ago
I am not English I am Romanian but I live in Canada.
Dipankar5 years ago
You should have posted this in the month of April to make us you know what?
I have got a better idea, tie the wires to a tree and place the batteries in your car, and put the nail in your car tyre, so you get a car telegraph, I forgot the magnets put them in the petrol tank, with the paper clip.
dciocoiu (author)  Dipankar5 years ago
if you like this project join my group!
dciocoiu (author)  Dipankar5 years ago
thanks I will try that.
CarpetGnome5 years ago
I like the concept, and it seems easy to do, but I'm lost on the diagram. Is there a way you can post more images or pictures?
dciocoiu (author)  CarpetGnome5 years ago
i do not have anny pictures but if you have a link that i could get some send it. It would be a great help
Kiteman5 years ago
This really, really, really needs photographs of what you are doing.