ohzee wrote:So how fast do you think you will be able to make these going forward and how much work is it approximately ?
Just curious really don't have any grand plans.
agniusm wrote:...I have developed few other toys as an option to help build the pack but this is just a glimpse and will reveal when i will have some viable info from mfr. I want to work on a tripple hole punch so it would be easy to do large amounts of cells in fraction of time, maybe sample for my self at first
deVries wrote:Yes, I received your post office receipt image, thanks.
Thank you for being so helpful & prompt in your services too. Your video manual "sold" me to buy immediately & play with sparks!
On your amp-test video I think it would be interesting in future test videos if you have some temperature probes in "strategic locations" just to learn of any "stress points" where temperatures increase. (Check for light-reflections too, since the LCD screen could not be read in some tests.)
I think another valuable test would be to test for 50A, 40A, & 30A continuous (5-10 minutes) to see if there is any difference with heat build-up issues.
Do you think it would be a good idea to use high-temp petroleum jelly or other anti-oxi-gel to coat the contact areas immediately after prep-work by buffing or using sandpaper or steel-wool or other cleaning recommendations?
ohzee wrote:Got mine thanks.. can't wait
I have done videos my self, first time and in a hurry to post here so errors came along as one would expect .
deVries wrote:ohzee wrote:Got mine thanks.. can't wait
Yes, now we wait a bit...I have done videos my self, first time and in a hurry to post here so errors came along as one would expect .
I think your video manual was very good Agniusm. The sparks are very good to show, because it is a fair "warning" of what might happen if you don't take precautions. No KFC though.
agniusm wrote:I didn't forget Doctorbass, and you were the person i thought would be good to sell a kit or two for reliable feedback and i have left with 1 x 12S, 10 x 6S and 2 x 4S.
P.S. I have some blocks left to get maybe one 16S knocked up quick, but not much more.
agniusm wrote:deVries wrote:I think your video manual was very good Agniusm. The sparks are very good to show, because it is a fair "warning" of what might happen if you don't take precautions. No KFC though.
KFC? We live here on Organic food, home grown stuff I do not buy coke, crisps etc. Trying be healthy.
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