How To Build A Solar Panel – Part 10


Watch in HD www.solartechtown.com I, Robert Smith, show you every step I take to building a custom made solar panel from scratch. I explain in detail about each item I use and why to use it, so the video is fairly long. I will be hosting the majority of the video on my own server so you can view it all in one take. It will take time to edit the video, but the more of you that subscribe to the video, the faster I’ll try to get it out to you guys as it just shows that people are interested and …

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  1. #1 by tonymac96 at July 20th, 2009

    Again…excellent videos…and surprise me that a young guy like you goes though all this. Wish you the best…maybe you will be the next Donald Trump !!!

  2. #2 by maltikburi2 at August 11th, 2009

    Hi Robert
    Excellent videos. i just have a little question…When i bought the paint the salesman told me i should repaint the marine plywood in 3 to 4 years time.How am i going to acces the panel without breaking the cells?Is it neccesary?Will the panel get ruined?
    PSThis is our first solar project . We are 14yr olds from Malta and have lots of sun:)
    Thanks

  3. #3 by RobertSmith3 at August 11th, 2009

    Hey maltikburi2,

    Thanks for the comment, anyway to your question, different paints have different quality and the length of time that it will last before you need to add a new coat to it will vary.

    The sun plays a factor into paint fading off materials in time. Just think of a car. Cars will eventually need a new paint job, but to help make the paint job last longer it’s recommended you keep your car waxed.

  4. #4 by CTOL1 at August 17th, 2009

    Very worthwhile series

  5. #5 by Martintfre at August 26th, 2009

    I am planning on making my first panel soon and fortunately or unfortunately I will never know how many mistakes you saved me from making 😉

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