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|20th March 2003, 12:31 AM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2002
Location: Viña del Mar, Torreon
Digital Coil Winder out of a Printer
Looking at an old HP 500C Inkjet thought that it has most of the bascics to do a Coil Winder for thin wire bobins (30-38 Ga.).
Since I like to wind some audio tranies which usualy have some 3000 or more turns and don't have a winder with wire feed thought that this unsuded trash could make a nice tool for the purpose.
But i have to say that this seems to be a far fetched proposition for me when it comes to the digital interface.
1. Wire feed (out of the printer carriage)
2. Coil winder (out of the paper feed) 100/200 RPM. Variable?
3. Turns counter.
4. Start and finish position of layers.
5. Stop at end of layer (to add insulation)
Mechanically I see no problem that I could not solve.
Here is my question for those in the digital field.
What's involved in making this idea a reality?
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