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HELP: winding a small coil

Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by J.B., Nov 16, 2004.

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  1. J.B.

    J.B. Guest

    Hello

    I have a small coil whose wire is cut somewhere in the interior. I
    believe that to fix it I should unwind the copper wire and wind again
    the coil with new wire.

    I have measured the wire diameter, and it seems to be about 0.07 mm. I
    have purchased enough 0.071 mm wire (45 SWG) and am ready for
    everything.

    And here is where I would specially acknowledge any assistance: Do you
    have any hints on how to wind so small a coil, with so thin a wire? Any
    recommendation will be highly appreciated).

    Thanks and best regards.

    Jesus, in Spain
    jbenajesATmotDOTupvDOTes
     
  2. TimPerry

    TimPerry Guest

    sometimes it is helpful to apply clear nail polish or a thin lacquer after
    each layer. let dry then proceed. this holds the fine wire in place for the
    next layer
     
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