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The smallest nozzle record broken

Post  Karlsson on Fri Jul 31, 2009 1:22 pm

Hi,

I am Karlsson, live in Germany and I will also try a laminar jet to build.

Here my first attempt:



It is 70 mm high and has a diameter of 50 mm. Die hole is 1 / 4 ".
The beam width is approximately 40-50 mm, before it breaks apart.



A beautiful, clear beam Very Happy



All parts. Left is a small low-pass-filter



Here is the nozzle without a filter, mesh and perforated plate.
You can see the vortex flow through the tangential inlet.





It's just a gimmick to learn.
Later, I would like to build a large Nozzle.


I hope you like it and you can understand my bad English affraid


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Re: The smallest nozzle record broken

Post  juggle5 on Fri Jul 31, 2009 2:02 pm

This is really nice..... Where did you get your stainless tanks to make this.
did you do the welding?

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Re: The smallest nozzle record broken

Post  Karlsson on Fri Jul 31, 2009 2:33 pm

Hello Ken,

I do a lot with stainless steel. It is a great material.
And yes, I can weld stainless steel. I have a TIG welder at home.


Incidentally, I love your sculptures. They are perfect!
How you buildt the Ball Bearings Host (correct word?)?
Do you have a drawing?

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Re: The smallest nozzle record broken

Post  projeto on Fri Jul 31, 2009 9:22 pm

Great job, looks a lot better than my attempt. But i would like to see someone try to put a .250inch output nozzle on an 8inch tube that is working great and see how far they can get .250" beam to go....I have a 4" tube and can only get about 4 feet with .250" beam before it breaks apart.
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Re: The smallest nozzle record broken

Post  John on Sat Aug 01, 2009 8:11 pm

I see that you are using the filter metal plate with holes and the mess materials, but do you have any gaps or empty space in the nozzle?
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Re: The smallest nozzle record broken

Post  Karlsson on Sun Aug 02, 2009 1:08 am

Below at the inlet 15 mm and 10 mm at the output is empty space (the open rings). That´s all.






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Re: The smallest nozzle record broken

Post  liteglow on Sun Aug 02, 2009 4:24 am

That is perfect :-)
What a great art of design you have done there cheers

The nozzle seems like it was build by from a professional factory Wink

I can weld also, but TIG is not easy to weld, so you have done a pretty nice job there...
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Re: The smallest nozzle record broken

Post  Magic-nozzle on Tue Aug 11, 2009 12:44 am

Hey Karlsson, this is so cool! Congratulation! Really a nice design, interesting is not using straws just filter sponge. Maybe this will work in a big nozzle better than straws? Oase using also only filter sponge and sieves.
Maybe i will try this one day. again amazinmg work!
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