Jefferson Lab's Workbench Projects

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Component List

18 gauge stranded hook-up wire (250 feet needed)

PVC water pipe (28" long with an inside diameter of 1 1/2" and outside diameter of 1.66")

30" long survey flags (400 needed)

power switch (SPST, 15A)

power cord (18 AWG, 3 conductor)

fuse holder (1" × 1/4 " fuse, 20 amp capacity)

8 amp, 240 volt fast acting fuse (1 1/4" × 1/4 ")

1 × 4 plank of white pine (roughly 4 feet needed)

1/4" thick plywood (roughly 1 square foot needed)

medium size wire nuts (2 needed)

steel wool (grade #0 or #00)

3/16" diameter heat shrink (roughly 12 inches needed)

1" diameter heat shrink (3 32" long sections needed)

copper ring (inside diameter of 1.70", outside diameter of 2.41" and .125" thick)

aluminum ring (inside diameter of 1.70", outside diameter of 2.41" and .125" thick)

split aluminum ring (inside diameter of 1.70", outside diameter of 2.41" and .125" thick)

1" long #6 wood screws (4 needed)

1 1/2" long 4d finishing nails (roughly 12 needed)

adhesive felt (roughly 6 inches needed)

adhesive felt feet (4 needed)

5 minute epoxy (3 packets needed)

wood glue

duct tape

The materials needed for the Lenz's Law device

All of the components are gathered (the base has already been assembled).

The rings.

Close-up of the rings on a one centimeter grid.

| List of Projects | The Ring Fling Machine | Background | Overview | Component List | Base Construction | Coil Construction |
| Core Construction | Assembly | Operation | Things to Note | Typical Performance Data | Download PDF |