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Originally posted by swan001
Can wires (at the right length) mechanically vibrate at specific electrical frequencies, or not? That's really my principal question.
**edit on 23-3-2013 by swan001 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by watchitburn
Like a tattoo gun, I think it might be doable to rig up something that will cause LEDs to light up when the tattoo gun reaches predetermined speeds or frequencies.
Originally posted by Pegasus2000
As far as i know with my knowledge of Electronics and physics, it would require a high current and high load over a length of wire to get it to move. ie, Jumper cables while jumping a large Diesel for instance. The High Load and Current draw sometimes will make cables move. But this would be unattainable if your case, reason being the length and obviously the gauge of wire and Power supply required.