Nathan Stubblefield Coil Rotor No1... No Reed switch yet

Here is the newest rotor that I have made to be part of the 'make and break' of the Nathan Stubblefield coil whose primary I finished yesterday.

Thanks Lasersaber for the excellent idea to suspend this axel from a magnet, and lidmotor for making the excellent example for me to follow!!

There will be more, of course, when I get the reed switch attached.

This is amazing. One little push and it goes for a minute.
I wonder if there is some action coming from the coil, because this does not seem to go for as long when running alone, without the coil. (That is subjective, of course.)
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