Greetings from a middle schooler

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Sabyasachi
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Greetings from a middle schooler

Post by Sabyasachi » Sun Apr 11, 2021 5:47 am

Hi I am Sabyasachi ,I am 12 year old and I m here to gain some knowledge about fusors because I am too thinking of making one ,but first I would be making a demo fusor to convince my parents that I can make real working fusor, I used to play a lot of mobile games few years so they think I can't make one.Btw this is my second post because I didn't know that first post should be introducing yourself

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Dennis P Brown
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Re: Greetings from a middle schooler

Post by Dennis P Brown » Mon Apr 12, 2021 1:11 pm

Hello and do read up on demo fusors. A good start would be to read on what is required to get into the plasma club. This doesn't require a fusor chamber nor a fusor level vacuum nor much of a power system. It does offer a great first step and the critical parts for a demo fusor.

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Bob Reite
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Re: Greetings from a middle schooler

Post by Bob Reite » Sat Apr 17, 2021 9:12 pm

Be sure to read the new requirements for admission to the "plasma club". In short, the grid must be better than a jumble of wire (a neatly formed "Mirio" spiral grid is OK). You also must have a voltmeter and millamp meter measuring the supply voltage and current to the demo fusor. Details are in the FAQs
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