Mikes Electric Stuff
focus on vacuum tubes and glassware but there is a stuff in the HV,
Tesla, laser and electronic line.
Powerlabs Variety of HV, pulse power, laser, liquid nitrogen, chemistry and pyrotechnic stuff.
Bill Beaty's site diverse articles and links about a variety of science stuff including Tesla, but often fringe science scope.
Teslamania of Bert Hickman. Lots of details and examples.
Dr Antonio C M de Queiroz The definitive electrostatic site
Greg's Garage Tesla site Pictures and schematics are clear and extensive. Not a bad place for beginners to start with.
Paul Nylands "Bugman" A diverse and extensive site with some TC, HV, Laser, ferrofluids and bugs.
Richie Burnett This is the technical site that people refer to to explain stuff about TC's.
Stevehv Steve Wards main site. With his pioneering DRSSTC stuff (12 foot sparks).
Deepfriedneon this page has nice simple beginners Tesla stuff with good explanations and graphics.
Scopeboy Steve Connor's site
from the UK. Lots of solid state Tesla coiling with detailed technical
Bart Anderson this site has lots of great info on making coils. The JavaTC V11.6 is THE best TC simulation program.
Greg Peters (PageRank
0) *** An Aussie site a few years old now but with 12 foot
HVguy.com (PageRank 0) **** Aaron and Justins big site is mostly down having a refit with only a few pics available. Look out for it when it returns though. Some nice Tesla, HV and Laser stuff. 15 foot sparks from their TC.
Mike Strube (PageRank 0) *** A MOT powered coil with 40 shots of sparks and streamers. Reasonable contruction detail.
Peter Reid Another Aussie coiler who has a 10kVA 8-MOT supply and claims 4m (12 foot) sparks .
Thedatastream a UK site with useful SSTC and GDT info.
Area31 (PageRank 2)
*** Robert W. Stephens' commercial maker of Tesla coils and other H.V.
museum/educational display devices. Some nicely performing twin coils.
Uses creepage discs on some of his coils. Has a construction gantry to
assemble his big coils. Not much construction detail and not active
RSCoppersmith Scott's older site on Hot-Streamer.com with his various coil details.
Matthias Kallenberger A startup site in German but has the most
amazing homemade HV transformers up to 400 kV used for Jacobs ladders.
Serious stuff firing this in a basement. Also a 3 phase Jacobs ladder
and some Tesla stuff.
John Dyer (Google PageRank 3) ** Some reasonable spark pictures and coil details.
Omegalabs (PageRank 1) ** Some Tesla coils and coilguns in this Hungarian (?) site. Also some pulse cap experiments and sodium generation.
Henning Umland (PageRank 3) *** Some excellent stuff on CW multipliers for x-ray stuff. In English
Jeff Beharry's Turn of the Century Electrotherapy Museum (PageRank 5) ***** The definitive historical HV and Tesla site. Spend a few minutes/days/years browsing the 45,000 files there. Lots of pics videos and construction of all sorts of historical stuff.
Commercial HV sites
Resonance research (PageRank 5) *** D C Cox's company that provides a variety of Tesla coils and other equipment particularly for science museum's.
kVA Effects (PageRank 5) *** Jeff Parisse's company that provides Tesla and HV effects. Lots of dramatic shows and stunts with examples of various media performances. Bill Wysock is in this group. Has just had coils featured on Broadway in Young Frankenstein. Look out for the huge twin Tesla coils at the Beijing Olympics.
MGVolt professional TC shows in Thailand with shots of impressively performing coils.
Lighning on demand - Greg Leyh *** (PageRank 5) Built the Electrum and given $6 million or so will build the worlds biggest by far 122 feet tall running 8 MW. Recently did a small scale 1:10 solid state version.
HVFX A top UK commercial site
with a variety of Tesla effects and dramatic stunts.
Teslacoil.net (PageRank 3) **** A US commercial site with a variety of Tesla coils for sale including DRSSTC's.
Tesla Memorial Society of New York (PageRank 6) *** A large active esla related group from New York. Sign the petition to get a Tesla St in Las Vegas! Now running for 28 years it has a lot of Tesla information but nothing on Telsa coiling and does contain some perpetuated inaccuracies. 790,000 visits