I know machine basics (spings, tension, allignment, coils etc.)I am definately not a machine builder guy, But I do always like to learn new things and understand them.
One thing that I seem to never understand is capacitors, I mean, I know the basic 22uf liner deal and 47 uf shader setup. I've used 10uf capacitors (an old timer told me about them when he was working on me one time) for liners before and I've used nothing since (well, 3 years) They seem to work great for me for what I do.
I was wondering if there are many guru's out there that can give me more info on this? Once I bought a National's Eagle and they give the option for shaders of a 100uf capacitor. I just picked up a basic 47uf because I didn't know any other at the time.
I guess what I'm saying is that I don't understand the science behind them in general. And if anyone can enlighten me I'd be most happy