Dismantling the Fusor

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Jamie Edwards
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Dismantling the Fusor

Post by Jamie Edwards » Wed Oct 22, 2014 1:08 pm

I think the ball may be finally rolling, yesterday I started taking a part the reactor ready to move it to its new location.
I plan to move the Fusor to the headquarters of the company that lent me the HV power supply in March, this is because my school science department (where the Fusor is based currently) is being completely refurbished, therefore it will have to be moved.
I'm also still waiting on my bubble detector to be sorted out via the UK company that supplies the detectors.
Hopefully I should be able to get the reactor up and running again by Christmas.

Jamie
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Re: Dismantling the Fusor

Post by Chris Bradley » Wed Oct 22, 2014 4:32 pm

Good stuff. Looking forward to seeing you set up again and generating results.

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Re: Dismantling the Fusor

Post by Richard Hull » Wed Oct 22, 2014 6:49 pm

Good luck Jamie on getting it all moved and re-setup at its new location. I hope you can get a good bubble detector to verify fusion.

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