Creating a temporary EMP device

I'm new in this site. Anyhow, I want to create a EMP that can temporary disable electronic devices. I read some articles that producing one can  permanently destroy any electronic devices when activated.  I don't know if its real in the Dark Knight Rises where Bruce used a device to disable the cameras or even the lights and vehicles in the tunnel but I want one. The purpose of its creation is for killing some time and having experience in making one. Technically, I found a way to make a step by step temporary EMP however it does not show much like how much power produce or some voltage adjuster when you want to increase or decrease its potential.  In such case, if i happened to make one, how can I determine the radius of its effects? Does the voltage produce counts to determine its radius?

Posted by DianS1 3 years ago


Would this EMP cause temporary or permanent damage?

I am thinking of making this EMP. Would this EMP cause a temporary damage? Or Permanent? http://www.wikihow.com/Build-an-EMP-Generator And if someone can find out the blast radius, that'd be great.

Posted by ArcAngelZz 5 years ago


Possibility of making temporary hair colouring?

Hello there, I've always wanted to dye my hair grey but didn't want to go through the hassle and the possible hair damage of bleaching.  I came across someone selling chalk sticks for temporary hair colouring and was wondering if a cheaper, liquid version could be made to cover all the hair instead of a small part. My initial idea was to use calcium carbonate and grey food colouring with maybe a little bit of talcum powder which will then be mixed with some water so it can be applied easier. These are the ingredients in the colouring I want to use: glycerol, propylene glycol, silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide, vegetable carbon  Is there anything here I should be concerned about? As I'm going for a grey colour I was also looking at using a small amount of activated charcoal or some other skin safe fine black powder. Is this the best way or are there better alternatives? Advice will be appreciated. Thanks for reading.  

Posted by egrayton 2 years ago


I believe my inability to subscribe is only temporary....

EditedWithin 2 days, I should have the funds, and be able to mess about with PP to see if I can use that, otherwise...(I will try to confirm my PP account). . . Edit #2Grrr, to avoid any extra fees, I have transferred the amount into a PayPal account, so in 3-5 days, it will be available to make payment for 2 years. *sigh* another 3 day wait....ALSO, thanks everyone for confirming that I have not yet lost my mind or have started to imagine things. :-)

Posted by Goodhart 9 years ago


Temporary Car window Tint

How can optically clear(not hazy) window tint be applied such that it can be removed at night?

Posted by Toga_Dan 3 years ago


Need a cutting table design.

I need a cutting table in my sewing room which is really a small bedroom. I have two single beds in the room and need to be able to put up a table that will stradle one of the beds. I need to take it apart and store the parts under the bed if someone comes to stay. And of course it needs to be easy to make and inexpensive. Come on guys I have seen how clever you are, get your thinking caps on.

Posted by Celticangel 5 years ago


Temporary Log Off?

Hello, It seems that every time I try to view this (and ONLY this) instructable, my account is temporarily logged off, leaving me unable to comment, rate, or even favorite the post. (and it's a great share too, just what I was looking for!) I've notified the author of this as well, who also seems to be having trouble with their image tags. Could anybody please look into this? I'd hate for such a useful post to die in obscurity. Thank you... -rhoddity [link] https://www.instructables.com/id/Custom-Switch-Panel-for-a-Flight-Simulator/

Posted by rhoddity 7 years ago


temporary video projector bulb fix

has anyone ever had a bulb go out on you while using your video projector and not had money to fix it i came across a way to temporary to fix it but i dont know if it will work for all projectors so im getting peoples opinion on if i should put this up as an instructable. please let me know what you think

Posted by kane89 8 years ago


CANT DOWNLOAD ANYTHING, SAYS TEMPORARY UNAVALIABLE, I JUST PAID FOR PRO

Hi i paid for pro, i tried 2 computers, it wont let me download anything..  I only paid the pro for a certain model and it says it's temp unavaliable can some admin please check up i paid to get the 7ft gundam

Posted by koconnell 4 years ago


Room Dividers and Other Space Sharing Devices

There are few instructables about residential space dividers.  These might permit folks to live more comfortably and economically. They could be temporary as well as permanent . Could they rolll up to the ceiling ? Could they be flat against a permanent  wall until needed ? How important is acustic l privacy ?  Beauty ?  Fire resistance and safety ? If there are people who have thought about these issues or who have solved a space sharing problem, with some device or other, please post them. They are of no immediate concern to me or mine, but who knows in the future ?

Posted by Wilmette 5 years ago


Double email alerts

Getting two email alerts for each comment. Something wrong, or just a temporary glitch during an upgrade?

Posted by LinuxH4x0r 9 years ago


Lightweight sturdy material for temporary pergola?

Hey all-- I'm looking to build a pergola for one-time use at a wedding reception. It will need to be lightweight and sturdy enough to last one night. Also needs to be assembled quickly (ie precut and slide pieces together). The design is less of an issue, but I need help coming up with a good, light, relatively inexpensive material to build it out of. Any suggestions? Thanks

Posted by TheUnholyTaco 7 years ago


Temporary Absence

Just so you know, Family Kite will be away from, well, the time of this post until Sunday evening (UK time). I may not post while away, as we are staying in a motel that charges £5 an hour for the internet... But, when we return, we should posses new skillz. (Oh, and I went to the first Dorkbot Anglia last night - very cool, but no time to tell it now.  Other iblers were there, maybe they will tell.)

Posted by Kiteman 8 years ago


Need help with temporary wall construction

Can anyone shed some light on how this is built ? It looks like 2 8ftx4ft plywood panels sandwiched together with some 2x4s and a hinge on the back. I am trying to find out how to sandwich the sheets together so it looks seamless like the image below. Thanks in advance. http://www.wwd.com/images/processed/wwd/2009/07/20/landscape/01-large/fs_cdg_black.jpg

Posted by svioletta 6 years ago


My new Orange Board

This is my temporary Orange Board. Whatever you want to post on my Orange Board should go here until my OB starts working.

Posted by knexsniper1 9 years ago


Random explore choice not working...

I've cleared my browser and emptied the cache and when I choose Explore->Random off of the menu it tells me it can't find any instructables. Is this temporary?

Posted by nimitz 10 years ago


Plexiglass Temporary Window

Hi folks.   I'm designing a vent that will vent outside using a vent inside a plexiglass window.  I don't know how to mount the sheet inside my chosen window.  It's a modern window that has a screw type mechanism that takes the window away.  I took the screen out, which just clips in, and expect to do something similar for the plexiglass item. I looked at some of the hardware available at Home Depot and couldn't find anything that would make this thing work.   If anybody has any ideas, that would be great.   Some pics

Posted by BeeRich 7 years ago


download PDF ...Gone?

Has the option to download Instructables in PDF format been removed or changed?  I cannot seem to find this option on any of the 'structables pages today.  Please, please tell me this is a temporary glitch!

Posted by Denger 5 years ago


No more author names?

I have noticed that the author's names are not attatched to the posts anymore, i.e. -"My Post" By:Tinker83- in the intro. is this going to be a permanent fixture or is it something temporary? it's not a huge problem, but its kind of nice to just look up and see who wrote it.

Posted by Tinker83 9 years ago


Zune Pass

Has anyone found out a way to perminantly keep all of your temporary files from the "zune pass" program, or at least a way to burn them to disk so you can rip them back on a little while later? thoughts and ideas on how one would do this, post here please.

Posted by snipegoat 9 years ago


Problems with PDF

I'm having problems downloading PDF's. When I click PDF in the second link, the page opens on a new tab reloading the second link's page effectively looping. Since I have just 'upgraded' to Adobe ver 9.1I had wanted to know if this is a temporary site problem or just me.

Posted by Karroo Oakey 9 years ago


Clamps make instant tables out of any flat object

The clamps are secretly table legs. Clamp four of them onto a scrap piece of wood and PRESTO! it's a table! A great temporary solution before you put the real legs on, because who wants clamps in their living room? Link

Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago


ERROR 400: Error retrieving featured Forums

This is probably just a temporary database glitch, but I thought I'd get it documented.  I tried to access Eric's "How do you like the new editor?" forum topic just now (7 Oct 2009 10:30 AM PDT), and got the error message quoted in the title.

Posted by kelseymh 8 years ago


Flagging fault

I tried to flag some flag some spam forum topics.  The first couple of times the response was very slow. The third topic I flagged, I did not get the message confirming the flag, I got this instead: 500 -- error: org.hibernate.exception.GenericJDBCException: Could not execute JDBC batch update (Possibly temporary fault - five minutes later, all is back to speed, no more error messages)

Posted by Kiteman 6 years ago


Snail Car, Batman Batarang, Erupting Volcano Cake

Snail Car Batman Batarang Erupting Volcano Cake Build a Desk Mac and Cheese Balls Temporary Pizza Oven Steampunk Goggles Book Lamp Frappuccino on a Stick Parachute Dome Tent Tennis Ball Back Massager High Voltage Power Supply DIY Microwave Popcorn Chaos Machine Magnetic Knife Block

Posted by randofo 7 years ago


Doubts...

So some how i'm gonna be part of a temporary band starting tomorrow. i was asked if i would play bass for some people and i was like sure, whatever. But the event we will hopefully be performing at is in about a month. We haven't even practiced yet. So i'm having some doubts as to whether we'd just be wasting our time. Anyone got any advice.

Posted by wingman246 10 years ago


Personal RSS feeds not updating any more?

I use the RSS feed for comments on my phone and they appear to have stop updating, is this just temporary while stuff goes on or are they being removed?  I actually find them pretty useful for checking comments on my phone - I did remember to try resetting the feed but to no avail...

Posted by killerjackalope 8 years ago


Instructables Design Comp

Hi.  I would appreciate clarification regarding the entry criteria to this comp, please.  It talks about things made of wood, and being related to that recent wood care competition.  I feel sure this is just a temporary glitch. If I feel the proper details match the sort of thing I want to enter, I will jump in with both feet, but at the moment my entry would not necessarily be wood related. thanks for running such fabulous competitions

Posted by dimdiode 5 years ago


Instructables HQ on Google Earth

Just for no reason, here is a Google Earth KMZ file for the Instructables HQ. Includes a custom Instructables Robot icon! Yaaaaay! After download, be sure to rename the .tmp extension to .kmz. To use: Download the file, then double-click it to bring it up in Google Earth. To add it to your places: Click the plus sign next to the file (Under Temporary Places). Drag the Instructables HQ file on to My Places.

Posted by 1up 10 years ago


So apparently...

After taking a devastating kick to the throat CO my little nephew (yeah, he's gonna be quite the Steven Seagal), my voice pitch has increased about an octave and my NY accent is totally gone (not that I'm going to miss it). My sister says it's temporary, but I can only hope. This happened Thursday of last week, and there's barely any improvement. If anyone else has taken a blow like this, please tell me about your experiences and the result. Thanks, DrWeird

Posted by DrWeird117 7 years ago


Could I get some feed back on my instructable?

Hello my name is Dready Jazz. I've been on for a while but I just started posting. I would really appreciate some feed back, here and on my profile . Thank you! Heres the links to the two I have done already. https://www.instructables.com/id/Unique-and-easy-temporary-yarn-braidsfalls/ https://www.instructables.com/id/Rice-paper-LED-orb-Lantrens/

Posted by dreadyjazz 6 years ago


Would shades, or sunglasses protect you from flashbangs?

Let's say you are in a situation where every second counts. Do wearing shades or sunglasses protect your eyes from temporary blindness as a result of a military grade flashbang? If not, what are some ways to protect yourself from the bright, instant flash of a flashbang? What are some ways I could imitate the blinding flash of a flash bang, without having to use actual flash bangs for an experiment? I'd appreciate your ideas.

Posted by IlluminatedAntichrist 10 years ago


Are you having problems uploading images?

You may have run into trouble uploading images to forum topics, or directly to your image library. The old image uploader is being phased out, and will soon be replaced by the uploader that is part of the new editor. The recommended temporary work-around is to start an instructable that you do not publish, but any images you upload to it will become available in your image library. You may find it easier to keep that draft instructable "on file" until the uploading issue is sorted, just be careful not to accidentally publish it! 

Posted by Kiteman 4 years ago


Cheap, sustainable or recycled stuffing

Hi all, I'm part of a project where we're making soft sculptures to cover a tree trunk. It's for a sustainable festival, so we have to be mindful of re-using and recycling in our artwork. The problem we're having is with stuffing. It's only a temporary artwork for 5 hours so I'm not too concerned with waterproofing, but trying to make the sculptures look good when stuffed with shredded newspaper, plastic bags or chopped up old clothes is difficult. I'd really appreciate any ideas you can suggest! Thanks.

Posted by jarris 6 years ago


Please take a look at my projects

Hello my name is Dready Jazz. I've had an instructables account for a while but I just started making them myself. I really like it and I am working on more, I just had a couple of questions. I was looking on some feedback on the two I have done so far.. . Anyway thank you in advance for your help. :) Here are the link: This is in the The Holiday gifts and Shop ot contest. https://www.instructables.com/id/Rice-paper-LED-orb-Lantrens/ This is in the Sew It Warm and Shop ot challenge. https://www.instructables.com/id/Unique-and-easy-temporary-yarn-braidsfalls/

Posted by dreadyjazz 6 years ago


What I've been up to lately.

1-3 H&K; MP5A5. Got the mag, and barrel done. The mag is removable, and holds 18 dark grey connectors. 4 Organizing my K'nex! (that's merely half of it, sadly) 5-8 K'nex coaster with tube supports, I'm guessing it'll be done in about a month. 9-10 K'nex fan, it goes super fast. (The blades are temporary) 11-22 Noreastern (super big storm, google it) came! About 2-3 feet of water in the back road, fuddled basements, fallen trees, and more! I had a video, but Ilost it. If I find it, I'll put it on Youtubw.

Posted by Owenmon 8 years ago


ProMember cannot download PDFs

Good day, I've become very frustrated in trying to download pdf instructables as a ProMember.  My cookies are on; I've cleaned my cashe and cookies/temporary fiels twice; have tried various ways for logging into my account and downloading these files.  I can log in but everytime I try to "print pdf" or click the pdf icon to go to the instructables pdf page, I'm booted out of my account.  I've tried repeatedly to re-log in only to be booted each time I try to download a file.  Please help - otherwise my paid membership is a waste.  Thanks to anyone that can help. Thanks in advance, Bernadette Baca

Posted by bernadettebaca 8 years ago


acceptable angle of deflection for temporary support

Hi, I am in no way an engineer.  I'm trying to figure out what is an acceptable angle of deflection for a combination frame and hammock support.  I'm thinking of using the the 80/20 t-slot beams.  I want something that is portable, easily assembled/disassembled for moving, and lightweight.  I'm go to make a box in our garden to protect our plants and when the corn is big enough, move the box around to make a hammock support(chicken wire around the bottom part to keep the critters out).  It's basically a box 6 feet wide, 8 feet long and about 6 1/2 feet high. 4 beams to make a rectangle on the bottom, 4 uprights(1 in each corner), and another 4 beams on the top to make it more rigid.  Chicken wire will keep the pests out but let me in to relax until the corn is too high and I move the frame.  :)  I'll put the hammock diagonally from pole to pole; total weight with me and the hammock is about 250 pounds.  It will be anchored to the 2 uprights with 300lb chain at each end. Using the angle of deflection calculator from 8020.net, I found some beams that had 5mm deflection with 150lbs of dead weight in the center of the 6 foot span.  I thought that even if I anchored the hammock to the center of the 6 foot span, that would be 300 pounds, more than the 250 max the hammock and I will be.  And anchored in the center of the beam is the worst case scenario since I'll be anchored to the corners. But is that an acceptable amount of give in the beam?  It's not meant to be permanent.  I won't be in it more than 2 or 3 hours tops. Thanks!

Posted by BobR90 2 years ago


Reduce Inbox Spam with Mailinator

I have been using this site for quite a while, and I have decided to share it with those that have not yet found it out.It is called mailinator and whenever you sign up for something that requires an email address, you can choose any name along with the mailinator domain. The upside is that you do not have to make an account with mailinator, and whenever you sign up with the mailinator domain, you just have to go to the mailinator site and type in the name you chose.One downfall is that anyone can use the same name, but all emails are deleted after a few hours (according to their FAQ).All in all, it is great for any temporary use for when you don't want emails going to your main email domain.mailinator

Posted by Brennn10 10 years ago


Silhouette Print & Cut Promotion!

**Winner Chosen and has responded!  Thanks for Participating in the giveaway!**   Don't forget that the Silhouette Print and Cut Promotion is still going on and will continue until March 31st!  See below for promotional deals! If you haven't used the print and cut feature before, it is pretty awesome!  If you want some details, you can check out their website or watch this video. Here are your options in this Promotion.      1 Silhouette CAMEO® plus the following print & cut related items: 1 package of temporary tattoo paper 1 package of printable adhesive kraft paper 1 package of printable adhesive gold foil 1 package of printable adhesive silver foil 1 package of printable white sticker paper 1 package of printable clear sticker paper 1 package of printable adhesive cotton canvas All for $269.99 (MSRP $357.92) The Second option is:    1 Silhouette Portrait™ plus the following print & cut related items: 1 package of temporary tattoo paper 1 package of printable adhesive kraft paper 1 package of printable adhesive gold foil 1 package of printable adhesive silver foil 1 package of printable white sticker paper 1 package of printable clear sticker paper 1 package of printable adhesive cotton canvas All for $129.99 ($237.92 MSRP) PLUS all specialty media will be 30% off with your promotion code! Can you guess the code? It's INSTRUCTABLES Want to see what you can do with the Print & Cut feature? Here are some projects: DIY Stickers Clear Playing Cards with Sticker Numbers Have you used this feature?  Share your project here! Ready for the giveaway!  It will go live at 12:00 AM March 20th a Rafflecopter giveaway

Posted by Penolopy Bulnick 4 years ago


GUITAR HERO custom artwork graphics

Hello fellow builders! i have been an ible's member for a while now... i am coming here today to offer up a cool item that i have been getting some good response about.i am a graphic designer trying to branch out... and make a living. I have a vinyl cutting machine .. been doing some custom guitar skins for guitar hero.I will cut vinyl for anything you could imagine, but these skins seemed to be pretty popular.What do you guys think? Comments welcome.here is a temporary page that shows what i do.If you are interested, please contact me and we can work out whatever you need.I can cut you something that NO ONE else has!!!![mailto: flea@toomanymorons.com]

Posted by fleanine 10 years ago


Help me make a sturdy desk organizer box from 8mm MDF wood.

I'm trying to organize the bar area in my restaurant. I'm thinking of an front open box with a couple of dividers for temporary papers, notebooks pens and a compartment for beer and wine openers and such.. This is the waiters (currently just me the owner) places orders on the computer. I want to minimize the space taken from the bar so I'd like to use thin wood like this leftover 8mm MDF piece I have. I thought of cutting the sides to required sizes and then gluing them together but I'm not sure that would be strong enough to hold the approximately 5kg screen on top. It's a touch screen, so for safety I want it to hold a maximum of 8kg. TL;DR Any suggestions? How do I join pieces to make something like this

Posted by naim 2 years ago


Passwords

I have been trying FOREVER to change my password but cannot! I am having to use my temporary password they sent to my e-mail... it is WAY too hard to remember, not to mention the length of it. I see a lot of other people are having the same problem- anyone found out exactly how we go about doing this? It seems like everytime I try to use and find things, I am always running into problems! I am about to just delete this site all together. It just gets too frustrating EVERYTIME I come on this web-site. Can anyone tell me if it is worth staying on here? I belong to a lot of different web-sites, but NEVER had I had this much difficulty maneuvering around any of them. I would just like someone's advice about whether or not to stay on or just go ahead and leave (honestly :) !                            Thanks! Junehearn

Posted by junehearn 5 years ago


Hey, I can't comment on instructables, can someone help before I punch my iPad? Thanks.

Apparently, when I try to comment, it says "missing comment text" i am on an iPad, it used to work, but now it doesn't. Maybe it was some update? Idk. All I know is that it was working fine, then it failed. I have a temporary fix for comments on my instructables, but I can't comment on others! Please help! if you can, please fix this ridiculous problem. Thank you. ps. This has been going on for a while, so I think it's not just a one time glitch. if anyone is having the same problem, post to me in my orangeboard. I cleared my cache and it still doesn't work. I think it may be a bug brought about by an update or something. i have attached a picture for reference.

Posted by Pyronite67 4 years ago


Boston Skillshare: this weekend at the MIT Stata Center

For the Boston-area folks, this looks like fun -- it's a skillshare weekend full of workshops on everything from drag king performance to moped restoration to embroidery to electronics to home brewing. from the Boston Skillshare website:what it is:the boston skillshare is an annual donation-based weekend event that brings people together to share practical skills. we aim to create a temporary space for people to share practical skills, which help us to live happily, creatively and sustainably. the emphasis is on action over theory, participation over talk. we want to live with enthusiasm, so let us learn with vigor!when and how:this year, we'll be at MIT's Stata Center (32 vassar street) in cambridge on saturday and sunday, april 5 & 6 from 11am - 6:30pm. $3-10 sliding scale donation and/or volunteer to help.List of workshops here.

Posted by reno_dakota 10 years ago


Ring-A-Day

This has been going all year, but I just came across it via NOTCOT:   Colleen Baran's Ring a Day project is one surprisingly creative treat after another. The project is about ideas and fun more then commercial work. It's about the idea that feels most exciting that day. Some rings will be ephemeral and temporary made of fragile materials. Others will be carefully crafted for durability and meant for long term daily wear. These will be coming later in the year. They are experiments in line, shape & color. An exploration of ideas like a daily sketchbook. Some are quite serious and carefully planned, some are a little silly, some will take a couple minutes, others many, many hours. Most (so far) are made of recycled or alternative materials as diverse as felt, false eyelashes, cucumber facemasks, lipstick, repurposed elastic bands, twist ties, straws and tinfoil with carob. The rings are documented on Flickr - my favourite so far is the straw ring illustrated below.

Posted by Kiteman 7 years ago


Self-balancing motor sizing and drivers?

I'm starting to plan a self-balancing unicycle and I notice several people that have built them are using 450-500W motors. I'd like to use something a bit more robust, like 750W @ 24v, due to terrain. I'm wondering if that's too much and if the guys that are using 500W are happy with the results? Has anybody tracked their current (amps) usage? My guess is that unless you're going full speed and uphill you'll rarely hit full wattage on your motor except for temporary instances. One of the challenges I'm finding is that there are motor drivers up to 25A at 24v or 36v that can handle a bit of surge, but then it takes a huge leap to 160A and 400A surge. I don't think I need something that large and expensive, but my electric motor experience is limited. Could some of you more experienced guys chime in with a bit of advice? Thanks, Gyv

Posted by Gyvven 5 years ago


Video bombing. Stop...it...now...

Unless i constrain myself this will sound like one of Gordon Ramsays shows... ;-) Fu blo he. It's fung time to do something about those bloo videos that stu people are carpet bombing Instructables with. ! Please limit the possibility of posting an unlimited amount of instructables/slideshows/videos per 24 hour period. One (1) per 24 hours are quite enough for anyone that are actually doing something good and not just carpet bombing/spamming crappy videos from Metacafe to get some money. As a temporary solution maybe just banning Metacafe-videos would help remove those obnoxious spammers. Or can you also get payed by videos on Youtube/Google? Talking in friendly manner to these guys doesn't really help. It only fixes (possibly) the problem with one guy, but there will just come more and more of them all the time. (The image of Gordon is stolen from telegraph.co.uk - sorry about that...)

Posted by matseng 10 years ago


How make round 5" air duct valves?

We moved into a large (for us) house, and we only use a few rooms. I managed to repair the furnace, but the first bill was astronomical. Beyond the leaking windows and lack of insulation, the problem is that, as it is, we have to heat the whole house. I've discovered a temporary method of blocking vent tubes to unused rooms (by stuffing the tube with a rag), but I want real valves. I've heard they are called air duct dampers.  My vents are on the ceiling aimed down.   So, I've seen these check-valve 5" ones https://goo.gl/8zRGLX but I haven't found any that would open and close manually.  But this doesn't seem like it would be difficult to make. I'm toying with the idea of using a cone-shaped "lid" with some kind of springy cord holding it in. Does anybody have any ideas?  How do I make a manual (or electrical solenoid, I suppose) operated valve for a 5-inch round air duct?

Posted by nehmo 10 months ago


I'm bored!

 I'm really bored and I want to build something neat, can someone suggest something cool I could do with these parts?? Armed with soldering gun and other parts in my parts bins, I'm sure I could make something cool/useful?? (P.S as far as the capacitors, I wouldn't mind making a rail gun) I have this so far I want to use: Bank of capacitors (several large amplifier capacitors and some smaller power supply caps) One rather large relay switch (I tested it today, it works!) One "temporary" toggle switch, it does NOT stay on when you flick it, dual pole Does anyone have any idea?? I also have things like hundreds of smaller caps (is it possible to make an effective capacitor bank with tonnes of tiny capacitors?? I also have oodles of ferrite cores and RF chokes of different sizes (I was wondering, would the larger RF chokes I have, work as subwoofer coils??)

Posted by Punkguyta 8 years ago