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« on: Tuesday April 22 2014 12:50:34 AEST PM »

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  Are your links for a metal detector or a AM radio?
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  Are your links for a metal detector or a AM radio?

Spider web coils can be used  for detectors including Pi detectors!!!!!!
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  Are your links for a metal detector or a AM radio?

Spider web coils can be used  for detectors including Pi detectors!!!!!!
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  Learn something new every day.  Does any metal detectors being made use them now?
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  Are your links for a metal detector or a AM radio?

Spider web coils can be used  for detectors including Pi detectors!!!!!!
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  Learn something new every day.  Does any metal detectors being made use them now?

I don't believe so.But  some home made ones (using  litz wire) have been tested on some Pi detectors.
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« Reply #7 on: Friday February 6 2015 08:54:21 AEDT AM »

Thanks for new links Doug

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They have been used in many DIY projects.
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« Reply #8 on: Thursday March 10 2016 22:00:41 AEDT PM »

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Yes the  tesoro sand shark coil is an etched pcb in the shape of a spiral.
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Yes the  tesoro sand shark coil is an etched pcb in the shape of a spiral.

Sand shark sensitivity to gold.
  
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