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Old 02-16-2017, 09:33 AM
Witsend Witsend is offline
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Witsend Made it to level 2!  Looks like you are on your way to becoming famous

Wink A bad day is too late for a good day to make a Faraday

Folks , a tin foil hat might not help me out , It's still not too late to toss your Verus Edge and other sensitive electronics into a garbage can.LMAO
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOLyu7KU_mg
Maybe Snappy could make a buck selling EMP resistant scanner cases you get a grounding strap for to hook to your steel work bench , or a large side locker for a rollcab that be constructed to Faraday Cage specs. Custom Paint it with Terminator theme.
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Old 04-07-2017, 02:32 PM
kirkbarrow.garage kirkbarrow.garage is offline
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kirkbarrow.garage Congratulations!  Your peers have given you enough reputation to put you into the fist level!

Default Faraday Cage

You do not need ' sheets of steel ' to build your own faraday cage.
Your vehicle is one and it has ' holes ' in the solid " steel " and that is working perfectly as one too.
All you need is wire mesh of some description and enough strength in it to support itself 😎
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