The Basic Parts of my Origional Jig.
Just getting a few turns wound.
Coil Wound to desired size.
An overall View of my Jig in the Mill Machine.
The Jig, First Clamped, Than Removed, Ready to Epoxy in the Grooves.
Coil Removed from Jig, Showing the First Glueing with 5 minute epoxy.
This just holds it together to remove it from the Jig.
An Overall Final Coating of Epoxy.
The Epoxy is Applied to Both Sides, than the coil is covered on Both sides with WAX Paper
and sandwiched between two large flat wooden plates.
Now this is CLAMPED TIGHT Together to Squeeze Out Excess Epoxy, leaving a Thin and Smooth Epoxy Coating.
After it has Hardened, the coil is Removed and Excess Epoxy is Trimmed off on the inner and outer edges.
All Finished coils Now get Tested for Inductance and many other Parameters.
And this Info is Permently placed on the Coil for the customer to see.
My "PRESENT" Coil Jigs.
This is my New Coil Jig for winding coils up to 9 Inches in Diameters.
This was machined from 1/2 inch thick "Lexan" in 2007.
This is my New Coil Jig for winding coils up to 13 Inches in Diameters.
This was also machined from 1/2 inch thick "Lexan", but in 2008.
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