31 Oct '13, 11am

Spark-Up Your Halloween Party with this Double Helix Jacob’s Ladder

Spark-Up Your Halloween Party with this Double Helix Jacob’s Ladder

The build is quite simple. Other than the transformer, you will need a few feet of ¼ inch flexible copper tubing and a piece of ¾ inch PVC pipe. After twisting the copper tubing around the PVC pipe to form the double helix, [Rick] mounts the tubing to a block of wood and removes the PVC form. In his video, which you can watch after the break, [Rick] demonstrates a standard Jacob’s ladder, as well as his double helix design. The double helix version has a much nicer and slower traveling arc even stopping at times.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2013/10/31/spark-up-your-halloween-pa...

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