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power transformer removed from an old Microwave Oven

this MOT includes a large capacitor

if you read the Instructables web site, you know how many handy items can be made based on hacking and adapting one of these monsters, such as a Metal Melter, or a resistance Spot-Welder. High amperage electricity can easily melt metal
or you can make a power supply, battery charger, or mebhaps you have some other project in mind !

heavy steel core with copper windings. I don't know how to decipher the codes on the label, nor did I make note of the power of the oven that I took this out of.

will be shipped via the US postal system
the green gridwork in the background is half inch squares
many more steampunk, hobby, art, craft, and just plain cool stuff can be found in the Saltys Pirate Den 'Saltys Supplies' section:

upcycled Microwave oven transformer , MOT, recycle, repurpose, maker


  • Vintage Supply
  • Materials: steel, copper
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  • Only ships to United States from California, United States.