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Just a quick question to those who say that there's not enough electrical power to run a higher power microwave; how do you run an ordinary electric oven?
When I worked in a furniture factory for a brief period of time, they used a "RF" machine as part of their lamination.They would glue the pieces together. Shove it into the RF which would then clamp and microwave it (enough wood to fill about 4'x8'. Within 1 minute, the wood would come out... tacky... but stuck together good enough that you could drop it and it wouldn't budge. I think there was supposed to be some kind of metal catalyst in the glue.Their On/Off indicator was just a standard fluorescent bulb sitting in a rack near the machine... nothing connected to the ends, just sitting on a rack. The emissions were high enough that it would light the bulb.I imagine you could heat up your lunch with the machine too