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Why is it pulsing on and off?
This is nothing like arc attack. This uses analog signals to produce a high voltage output. They are using dual resonant solid state tesla coils. These are using digital signals, and can only play midi. The duty cycle of the frequncy being played has to be somewhere in the 1-5% range to keep the transistor from (literally) blowing up.
This is nothing like arc attack. This uses analog signals to produce a high voltage output. They are using dual resonant solid state tesla coils. These are using digital signals, and can only play midi. The duty cycle of the frequency being played has to be somewhere in the 1-5% range to keep the transistor from (literally) blowing up. The telsa coils can only safely play 4 notes at once where this flyback driver is streaming analog signals modulated at the resonant frequency of the flyback's secondary tank. This is possible because these small transistors can handle switching upwards of five amps. They are not trying to switch <1000 amps at the zero voltage point of the primary coil. This allows them to have extremely high duty cycles, because they can manage the lower currents
You know how lightning makes thunder?
What software are you using in step three in this picture?
Well, I start an attack and I get (On the webserver) Error loading attackData.json
I was hoping you could leave it as the bare minimum (Like you have here) And create my own instructable with a nice little case and include creadit to you there.
Alright! (It's a little big and there are a few gaps) Had to file out the hole for the LED seven segment display after printing to get the display to fit.I can fill all the holes in if you want. I'm pretty good at 3d design in fusion 360 so yeah.
Don't be so surprised!
What kind of radiation are we blocking???
I'm done, didn't add the LEDs like you, but made a nice little case for it in fusion 360 and 3d printed it... Stands up on its on instead of those not so good looking stubby little chunks of wood. You want a high tech device to look cool, not like a piece of junk. Anyways its pretty durable so I wouldn't worry about the plexiglass... Ill share my keychain levitator plans with you when I can. (And they work)
So as I start thinking about making a mini version, I am wondering about power. Do I still need to drive the 2 transducers with the big motor driver @ 6 volts?
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Hi Asier! Thanks for all you help, I now have all the parts and have begun building. I was wondering how you designed the levitator because I would love to design a small one of my own using only 2 transducers.
Hey Asier! Thanks so much for all of your help, I have all the supplies and have started building. I was wondering how you designed these levitators? I was hoping I could design a small one of my own using only 2 of the transducers.
BE CAREFUL! I'm surprised your lipo didn't explode...In you instructable you did EXACTLY THIS!!! (At time 2:09) https://youtu.be/osfgkFyq7lA?t=2m9s Look:
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Could you please post the Fusion file for the chainmail?
The teeth wearing out also seems like the teeth of the belt and the drive don't fit nicely...
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Board nodemcuv2 (platform esp8266, package esp8266) is unknown Error compilingWhat am i supposed to do?
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That motor is out of stock
The turnigy brushless has been out of stock for a while... What is another option for a powerful and/or fast longboard?
I was thinking disconnecting an ESC and "shorting" the "outputs" of the brushless motor to slow down from eddy currents. Put a brushless in a drill, API. It up and short circuit it, it'll stop pretty quick. You could also use a resistor for less of a kick with this mechanism, because that would throw you off the board at a speed where you need brakes
This tube (along with most tubes) is using a propane cylinder.
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