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You don't happen to remember exactly which LED's you used do you?
Yhis doea not instruct you on jow to vuild one. But I have made one on the past. And it is easy you do not need all tje rools or mateirials that thw say.
He said, "don't ask"
That was pretty damn good English. You only got 1 word wrong. ' Whey ' should be "way". Nice going n English is hard.
Hobby shop sells them. They will be happy to help.
Yep, you can. Usually carbon or graphite are better than metals since they do not 'stick' to the rails.
Can I use something that is conductive but not metal, something like carbon rods as the projectile?
Is there any way to bypass the circuit board? I can't find the switch thing and i can't tell what it looks like from the pictures
how long does it last??
You need to use something like C02 to make your projectile have an initial velocity.When traveling along the rails the projectile heats up and starts to melt. You need to calculate how fast you need your object to go so that it will melt slightly to help lubricate it without melting it completely.
My railgun won't qork, the projectile just welds to the rails. Can I have some help?
I forgot too add the picture sorry
And it wouldn't let me add it to this one
I have a problem. My railgun (as shown in the pic below) doesn't work. Whenever I turn it on the projectile just welds to the rails. Can I have some help/advice?
Please correct me if i'm wrong in thsi but, all your doing here is taking the circuit from the camera and giving it a much larger capaciter bank, is that correct?
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