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Date: Apr 05, 4:01 pm
Poster: Richard Hull
On Apr 05, 4:01 pm, Richard Hull wrote:
Great going! I look forward to a report on how they work out. Sounds promising though.
You will have to notch them in someway for assembly and brazing should work just fine here.
The 3" diameter is a bit large, but that sized grid might fly in an 8" fusor. I try to hold to a 4 or 5 to 1 geometry, but others work fine too. Like Tom Ligon says, "the envelope is just not that well investigated for these things".
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