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Re: [EVDL] Battery manufacturing video - was: Re: Dewault battery packs

I don't know whom that video is of. But if it is that
simple why the heck aren't they main stream being sold
out of the battery distributors. =


I work in Semiconductor industry. It seem it would be
easier to Sputter or evaporate the Lithium and
polymers together like layers on a semiconductor.
Although I am admittedly not a chemist or an engineer.
But I have seen Lead, Gold, Silver, Tin, Copper,
arsenic, Gallium placed on wafers why not lithium?

Anyway I thank you Osmo for sharing with us.
Fascinating video.

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--- "Osmo S." <[email protected]> wrote:

> There is a video about lithium battery
> manufacturing:
> =

>
http://visforvoltage.net/forum/batteries-and-chargers/1573
> =

> Any idea what manufacturer this is and who is
> selling those battery =

> packs?
> =

> Terveisin,
> Osmo
> =

> =

> =

> damon henry kirjoitti 14.8.2007 kello 17.43:
> =

> >
> > Hi Rod,
> >
> > I've done a bit of reading on this and bought a
> couple to play =

> > with. I think that most people that are using
> them beyond their =

> > original purpose are opening them up and soldering
> higher power =

> > leads on. At this point you can use whatever
> quick connect device =

> > you prefer. There are some excellent write ups on
> http:// =

> > visforvoltage.net/.
> >
> > damon> Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2007 07:05:45 -0700>
> From: =

> > [email protected]> To: [email protected]>
> Subject: Re: [EVDL] =

> > Dewault battery packs> > Just wondering what
> people use for a =

> > mating receptacle> on the Dewault battery packs? I
> assume if you =

> > use> battery packs for an electric bike that you
> have a> mating =

> > receptacle like the one on a drill for example>
> wired into your =

> > bike harness so you can quick> disconnect the
> battery and recharge =

> > it on the Dewault> charger. > Thanks,> Rod> > =

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Re: [EVDL] Battery manufacturing video - was: Re: Dewault battery packs

That's an episode from the series "How it's Made"...

On this flash site:
http://www.commentcestfait.com/html/anglais/index2.html
from the Subject List drop down menu, select "Lithium Batteries" and
you get:

Program #13 Series #1
Lithium Batteries
Corporation Avestor
www.avestor.com
You will see how making a lithium-metal-polymer battery, they reduce a
5 kilo lithium ingot into a tin sheet 20 to 40 microns and 2 kilometers
long. This sheet is rolled up onto itself, compressed and metalized.
These batteries are used to power electroni

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--- Bruce Weisenberger <[email protected]> wrote:

> I don't know whom that video is of. But if it is that
> simple why the heck aren't they main stream being sold
> out of the battery distributors.
>
> I work in Semiconductor industry. It seem it would be
> easier to Sputter or evaporate the Lithium and
> polymers together like layers on a semiconductor.
> Although I am admittedly not a chemist or an engineer.
> But I have seen Lead, Gold, Silver, Tin, Copper,
> arsenic, Gallium placed on wafers why not lithium?
>
> Anyway I thank you Osmo for sharing with us.
> Fascinating video.
>
>
> --- "Osmo S." <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> > There is a video about lithium battery
> > manufacturing:
> >
> >
> http://visforvoltage.net/forum/batteries-and-chargers/1573
> >
> > Any idea what manufacturer this is and who is
> > selling those battery
> > packs?
> >
> > Terveisin,
> > Osmo
> >
> >
> >
> > damon henry kirjoitti 14.8.2007 kello 17.43:
> >
> > >
> > > Hi Rod,
> > >
> > > I've done a bit of reading on this and bought a
> > couple to play
> > > with. I think that most people that are using
> > them beyond their
> > > original purpose are opening them up and soldering
> > higher power
> > > leads on. At this point you can use whatever
> > quick connect device
> > > you prefer. There are some excellent write ups on
> > http://
> > > visforvoltage.net/.
> > >
> > > damon> Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2007 07:05:45 -0700>
> > From:
> > > [email protected]> To: [email protected]>
> > Subject: Re: [EVDL]
> > > Dewault battery packs> > Just wondering what
> > people use for a
> > > mating receptacle> on the Dewault battery packs? I
> > assume if you
> > > use> battery packs for an electric bike that you
> > have a> mating
> > > receptacle like the one on a drill for example>
> > wired into your
> > > bike harness so you can quick> disconnect the
> > battery and recharge
> > > it on the Dewault> charger. > Thanks,> Rod



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Re: [EVDL] Battery manufacturing video - was: Re: Dewault battery packs

> Any idea what manufacturer this is and who is selling those battery
> packs?


Most likely Kokam considering the type of battery being made and also,
look at the top middle pic where there are six on this page: (the
module)

http://www.aerobatteries.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=248

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