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Re: Royer induction heater and high current power supply
« Reply #60 on: October 21, 2018, 08:07:28 PM »
There hasn't been much progress this summer as I have had other things to to but I have thought a lot about the project and I still want to get back to it. I bought some thick, soft tin toil which I hope will give each and every SMD cap ok contact. In order for the small SMD caps to stand upright and to make it easier to mount them I made a small frame that I intend 3d print in some plastic. Don't know if I need to use some special kind of filament but I will start with regular PLA and see what happens. The frame holds 144 pcs of 1210 SMD caps.

Wow that is a cunning plan, I am excited to see how it works out with a water cooled MMC for a induction heater, how about temperature swing micro-cracking problems with SMD ceramic capacitors?

Max: it must be that no matter what you do, what voltage or current, you have to uphold and stay below the KVAr rating.
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Re: Royer induction heater and high current power supply
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