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- Wed Dec 02, 2015 11:56 pm
- Forum: Mechanical
- Topic: Welch DuoSeal 1400 Vacuum Pump Rebuild
- Replies: 4
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Begin Build Log: I went to SkyCraft the other day, a local electronics surplus here in Orlando to look at a vacuum chamber I remembered seeing there. While there, I also saw an old Welch 1400 vacuum pump sitting in the same aisle labeled "$25, Needs New Motor". It was in pretty bad shape b...
- Sun Nov 29, 2015 2:28 am
- Forum: Website News and Announcements
- Topic: Welcome to the Site!
- Replies: 0
- Views: 4434
Hello and welcome to Radical Creation! This is a site for makers to come together and share their projects, solve problems, and collaborate with people of similar interests. The site is now in an alpha stage, which means all of the core functionality is online and working! This also means there are ...
- Sun Nov 29, 2015 2:05 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Let's Build Something!
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- Views: 3995
Leave a comment describing something you have always wanted to create but didn't know how or where to start. If it is something I have previously built or have experience with, I'll work with you to get you started. If not, I'll send someone your way that is familiar with what you are trying to do t...
I have decided to start building my very own small scale polywell nuclear fusion reactor. It is very similar to a farnsworth fusor but with some key differences that I would like to investigate. I have done copious research on this particular reactor design and I personally believe that this has hug...
- Thu Nov 26, 2015 4:55 am
- Forum: Biological
- Topic: EcoSphere Self Enclosed Aquarium
- Replies: 6
- Views: 11556
About two years ago, I built my first ecosphere, a self contained aquarium, and I have learned a lot from observing it over those two years. I am in the process of building a much improved Mark II version and will be posting updates on it in this thread. First, here are some videos of the Mark I eco...
More progress was made today than anticipated so I have decided to update this post. I will start by giving a parts list of the electronics used and on the way. Batteries: Samsung INR 25R x28 http://www.illumn.com/18650-samsung-inr18650-25r-2500mah-high-discharge-flat-top.html Amplifiers: 300w mono ...
Much progress has been made since the last post! After many design iterations of the electrical system, I have settled on a design and have acquired almost all of the parts necessary. Here is an overview of the design evolution: Electronics Layout.png And here is the final design: Electronics Final....
A lot has been done with this project so far and i have not had the time to post it until now, so this post will have a lot of pictures and information! After about a week of brainstorming and revision of the design, I was confident enough with it to start fabrication. Due to the modular design of t...
Although unmatched in price to capacity ratio, I think I am going to reconsider using Lithium Polymer batteries: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkO4sn0 ... mw&index=1
A few years ago in high school, I built a high power speaker system to go in one of my spare backpacks. You can see a video of it here if you are interested: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4nScktnmIw Anyway, I have been using it for music at get together's, parks, tailgates, etc and I thought it w...