I have been collecting lipo batteries from old scrap computer laptops. Inside the average battery pack contains about 8-18650 sized cells. These popular sized cells usually have lots of service left in them, even if the machine they were powering is DOA. I show how I collect, test and build a quick and dirty prototype spot welder to connect these cells together with nickel strips. I plan on using these collected lithium cells to make a larger battery pack and power some sort of DC electric powered vehicle in the future.
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Opus BT-C3100 Battery Charger – https://amzn.to/37aJzJ6
Solenoid Max 300A Continuous Duty 12VDC – https://amzn.to/2QngeoA
Pure Nickel Strip- 0.15x6x50mm 99.6% Nickel – https://amzn.to/2Kr5oKx
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