Fox News contributor and inventor of the popular 10 uh inductors explained how to build a DIY inductor tank that uses copper tubing instead of a copper coil and can be used to power many other gadgets and electronics.

Read MoreFrom the Fox News website:The first inductor for a home computer, the 10 uh, was introduced in the 1970s and sold to home owners for around $50,000.

But it was only in the last 20 years that consumers have started to realize the benefits of making inductors for their own uses.

And today, the most popular type of inductor on the market is a ferrite coil.

Ferrite coils are an extremely lightweight and compact material, and are the most common type of coil used in the world for electronic devices.

They are made up of a number of layers of carbon fiber.

You can find the material in all kinds of household products, including coffee filters, dishwasher and refrigerator components, refrigerators, and refrigerators-to-go.

The aluminum used in these products also has the ability to absorb some of the heat and electricity that comes with electronic devices, which can reduce the amount of heat generated when using them.

A DIY inductive tank is a special type of aluminum alloy that can be made with a number a numbers of different types of materials and shapes.

Here’s how you can make a 10 uh:To build your own DIY inductors using copper tubing, you’ll need to use the following materials and tools:1.

Copper tubing that is about 1.5 inches in diameter and 6 inches in length2.

Copper piping, which is 3/8 inch wide and 1 inch deep3.

A ferrite tank.

You can also use a copper tank as a regular inductor if you want to get a higher level of performance.

However, since it’s made of copper tubing and a ferric ferrite material, it can be a bit more expensive than a regular ferrite, so be careful when choosing the materials.

You’ll need a copper wire (or copper wire with a hole drilled into it) to attach your inductor to your copper pipe.

A wire or wire adapter will also be needed if you plan on using your inductors to power devices.

You’ll also need a couple of 3/16-inch bolts.

You may also want to use a pair of pliers to remove the wire from the end of the inductor so you can install it into your copper tube.

For your ferrite coils, you can use an induction coil or a standard inductor.

You need to make sure that you don’t use too many of them because the material inside is more prone to cracking.

Also, make sure your inductive coil is connected to a 10 uF electrolytic capacitor, which will allow it to supply a voltage of 20 to 30 volts (in other words, a 10 um can be turned on and off in just under 20 seconds).

You’ll want to make your inducting coil about 2 inches deep and about 2 feet long, and you can also make it about 5 inches long if you’d like.

You could also make a smaller coil using 1/4 inch tubing.

For more information on how to make ferrite induction coils, read our Ferrite inductive coils article.

For the DIY ferric inductors that I’m using, I chose to use 3/4-inch copper tubing that’s 1.75 inches in width.

You will also need two 2-inch holes drilled into the copper pipe to attach the copper to your induction coil.

These are to be used as your mounting holes for your ferric coil.

I cut the tubing out of 1/2-inch steel tubing, then cut a 1-inch-wide section of tubing that was about 1 inch wide.

I cut the section so that it would fit into the hole drilled in the copper tubing.

This way, I had room to install the tubing in my pipe.

The 1-in-1,000-pound test tube was about 3 feet long and about 1 foot wide.

I drilled a small hole into the bottom of the 1-1/2″ tubing, which was about 5 centimeters long and 2 centimeters wide.

Then I attached the copper end of my 1-tooth pipe with 2 1/8-inch long bolts and screwed them into the 1.25-inch hole in the bottom section of the tubing.

Then, I made a small indentation in the center of the copper tube, about 5 centimeter deep.

This was to hold the copper wire that I was going to use to attach my inductive capacitor to the 10 uf capacitor.

I then drilled two 1/16″ holes in the top of the indentation, about 3 centimeters long, to connect the copper wires to the capacitor.

Then you need to cut a 5-inch length of tubing about 2 centimeters long to attach it to your induction coil