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Offline stanTopic starter

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axon setup demo
« on: September 22, 2008, 06:31:54 PM »
Hey Admin!!!!,

I noticed in the video you were on the carpet....let me tell you a a funny story. I was attending an electronic school in Arizona... one of my projects I needed a diode bridge so I got some 6amp 100v diodes soldered it all up plugged it into 110 volts in my bedroom of my apartment. I set it on the rug for a second to grab my meter and it exploded.....knocked out power in our apartment....pretty orange sparks every where. My roommate ran in to see if I was alive.....the next day in class burnt board in hand the teacher informed me about static electricity and gave me an A for my project....he said he couldn't teach that lesson in class....due to insurance reasons....


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I have a brain tumor and whats your excuse?

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Re: axon setup demo
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2008, 10:14:46 PM »
You aren't the first to bring this up. My carpet doesn't generate static electricity, no idea why.

Only my fresh laundry and one of my jackets actually generates static electricity. ;D

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Re: axon setup demo
« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2008, 05:47:18 AM »

Only my fresh laundry and one of my jackets actually generates static electricity. ;D

Use those laundry lint sheets when you put the clothes in the dryer, they also make the static electricity go away.
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