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Great Instructible and great progress from your earlier torch! Have you tried soldering with it? And do you know anything about what voltages ac or dc these use? Generally they use a hv breakover voltage to ionize the gap then a lower sustaining voltage. I wondered about trying one with a microwave transformer or inverter to make a sheet metal cutter.
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