Superconducting Magnet

15 10 2009

Gearing up for a second superconducting magnet test. This time computer controlled. Here is the new bobbin with 133 turns:


It features better contacts for the current leads (kinda crazy you can put 80-100 amps through that thin cable):


I added a thermistor under the hearing coil. The whole heating apparatus is lifted from the reprap.



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