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post #11 of 182 (permalink) Old 11-21-2011, 09:19 PM
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I wish the center part wasn't bored out. it would have served as more mass


If I'm not mistaken, top dog's pot is a prototype model.  The production models have a slightly different base.




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Looks good.
The center part is machined like that to give more surface area for the LN2 to contact.
Nice pic.s, you don't usually get to see the inner workings of the LN2 pot with out buying one


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Looks good.
The center part is machined like that to give more surface area for the LN2 to contact.
Nice pic.s, you don't usually get to see the inner workings of the LN2 pot with out buying one

if you didn't notice the machined area is already alot.

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You need to get ahold of these new Gold Pots.. Sure they cost about $10000 a pop put they are more conductuve then copper

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You need to get ahold of these new Gold Pots.. Sure they cost about $10000 a pop put they are more conductuve then copper

thermal conductivity

- is the quantity of heat transmitted, due to unit temperature gradient, in unit time under steady conditions in a direction normal to a surface of unit area.

@68 fahrenheit

Copper - 223
Gold - 182

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