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#1 posted 01-23-2020 01:22 AM


Not strictly based off YouTube it s just a good place to see as I am a visual learner, mixed with lots of reading, but also have experience with electricity but definitely not the 2k it should produce. I feel comfortable as I ll have 2 indicators of power, a on off, and two relays that force my hands to be occupied or no power, a fuse that ll kill power if it acts up, rubber electrical box for everything, incased in wood, and be around 9 feet away from the probes when there is power.

- MBS1287

Set our minds at ease. Tell us about your experience with electricity.

On any forum when this comes up woodworkers say “it looks beautiful” and woodworkers who are also retired electrical workers say “you must be crazy!” There are hundreds of ways to beautify and embellish wood without risking death. Just pretend this way doesn’t exist.


Do you know the ionization voltage for air? Bulk resistance of damp concrete? Air dried lumber? Wet lumber? Sappy lumber? Wet plywood? HS tubing is only good for 600v typ? Breakdown voltage of all your insulators? Have you figured your minimum body resistance for your voltage source to produce .005A across your chest? Run a 5kv HiPot tester for leakage paths that don t show on your little DVM?

No to any of the above? You don t know what you re doing.

- Madmark2

No to any of the above???

Buy a laser engraver and use it to burn a jpg of the fractal.

-- Andy - Seattle USA


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