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Malibu
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Posted: 16 August 2018 at 10:18am | IP Logged Quote Malibu

All good Geoff, you're the one that needs to rest easy!
... and believe me, I was more then happy (albeit, embarrassed) to accept that it WAS my end so don't give it a second thought! Glad to see it's all sorted and as you say, a little more polished.
As Azure says, I'm running an MM+64

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Posted: 16 August 2018 at 10:08pm | IP Logged Quote CaptainBoing

Malibu wrote:

believe me, I was more then happy ... to accept that it WAS my end


yep, we should all be happy to be proved wrong - a haughty spirit has no place in science (or it's closely related threads; engineering and biology/medicine)

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Posted: 18 August 2018 at 4:55am | IP Logged Quote vegipete

Here's a motor rotor coil winder machine that might be inspirational. Uses an arduino.

How many turns go into a guitar pick-up coil?
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Posted: 18 August 2018 at 8:38am | IP Logged Quote Malibu

An interesting way to wind a dc motor!
I'm not sure about the efficiency of the motor with windings so loose, but a cool way to do it
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How many turns go into a guitar pick-up coil?

There's no set amount and depends on what sort of output you're looking for.
Usually, the range is from 6500 to 10000 turns, but can go lower or higher. Most are around the 8000 to 9000 mark.

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