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  • Aaron
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    dvd copy

    Looking forward to getting my hands on a copy of the dvd too Peter! Will
    have to watch it several times before starting some basic experiments on
    the fundamental principles involved.

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  • Turion
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    Parts List???

    Peter,
    I was at the conference but looking over my notes does no good at all. I was too wrapped up in listening to take very good notes. I have down things like DC shunt motor and 1965 Chevy 283, and GE 58p, Mallory 225uf 250vds.

    Until I see the video again those are just bits of info.

    Would you be willing to list here the suggested parts that we could begin to accumulate so that once the video is out we are ready to begin? I know our odds of successful replication increase if we try to use the EXACT parts with NO DEVIATION until we get the thing working. If we do a good job of all getting the SAME or very similar parts, we have a better chance of bouncing ideas off each other and actually having them work.

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  • citfta
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    Starter or generator

    Hi Superdave.

    I was there also and if I remember correctly Peter was showing us a modern way to build the device when he showed us the starter motor. I think he said the Delco generators used originally in the US were not wired the same as later generators were. Also any kind of automotive generator now would be hard to find unless you had access to an old repair shop. If I remember right he was suggesting the starter motor and a flywheel and a separate generator as a modern version of the Lockridge device. I forgot to order the DVD when I was there (too much going on) so now I have to wait until it is available from his website in a few days to get mine ordered. Until then this is the best I can do to help. Good luck.

    Carroll

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  • Superdave
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    My wife and I attended the conference and it was GREAT thank you to all who worked hard to make it happen. I also would like add to this post and replicate the lockridge generator as Peter described for us at the conference as I think this is the point of this thread.
    I do have a question though for someone who took better notes than I did I recall a picture of a Delco starter motor not a generator at the conference, the historical lockridge generator was based on a Bosch generator and replicated with a Delco generator here in the U.S.
    I would like to complement Peters work as it was presented to us and to further educate and expand the awareness of such information.
    Thank you

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  • Peter Lindemann
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    Understanding the Lockridge Device DVD

    Hi Folks,

    I have proofed the edited film of my lecture and authorized the first block of copies to be made. We are still wading through all of the back orders and getting everything ready to ship. Since our Products page uses PayPal, we are supposed to ship within 3 days of an order being placed there. So, I will be putting the "Buy Now" button on our Products page sometime over the weekend (December 4th or 5th). Here is the link: Free Energy, Products, Books and DVDs When the page updates, the new DVD will be FIRST ONE listed.

    Thanks for your patience. My wife and I are working very hard to make this happen.

    Peter

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  • Turion
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    I was at the conference and have my notes, but will wait until I can get a copy of the DVD from Peter before beginning construction. I have tried to build this device once already without much success, so am excited about the opportunity to work as party of a group sharing ideas.

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  • john_g
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    Hi John S

    Thoughts on the flywheel could maybe use a flywheel from a car engine - from a scrapyard you should be able to get a good weight of metal at little cost, plus balanced?

    Re the extra brushes, I think I will go the same route as you - external, however looking at my gen, at the opposite end to where the brushes are, they looks to be enough room inside to mount a brush arrangement, say an insulated disc with a copper commutator with the brushes wiping over the disc face. There is enough room for the extra wires inside. However external will be easier.
    Regards
    John

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  • John Smith
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    Lockridge device update

    Originally posted by john_g View Post
    Hi John

    I'm following a similar path to you. I have and old 12V VW beetle gen 14V 30A Nos: 113 903 031K, 0101 302 117 0118. I have an old iron cast wheel, 23" diameter, with rim about 2.5" X 1", weight approx 40kgs. My initial plan is to make up a bed to mount the gen and flywheel togeather via a shaft. I will use the generator as a pulse motor to get some idea of how that works, I suspect by mounting an extra pair of brushes on the shaft, for one pulse per rotation. Will also look at putting the pulse for driving the motor via a bi/tri filar coil for energy recovery. Once that is done, I will cut a slot on the gen case to see what difference that makes. Suspect be a few week before that is done.
    @ Peter Very nice presentation at CDA Thank you.
    Regards
    John
    Hello John G

    Further to my last post. On the ID tag attached to my VW generator is the following: M (DW-12) 14V 25A S(12-83)
    Not sure of the significance of the M? may be 12v? and the S might be the build date.
    I just got back from the local auto electical shop having aquired a couple of new Bosch alternator slip ring assemblies.....I am looking at modifying one to do the slightly less than 180 degree contact job while the other should be good for the 360 degree contactor.
    Getting these into the case might be a tall order so I plan to mount them externally for now. Once It is working....I will look at extending the case to house the whole assembly.
    If I can get it done quickly enough. I can use it to to power our Christmas lights! What a present that would be!
    Now off to find a flywheel I can adapt to the project.

    Cheers

    John S

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  • BrandNewWorld
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    Biuling a Lockridge Device

    Hi Aaron,

    Yes I do be very interested to build one of the Device as soon I got all information together.

    I still waiting about the Video is Available at Peter's website.

    I bean to the Conference, unfortunately we not meet in Person.

    I send you a mail all ready as a reply to your Psychic Newsletter and I would be very interested If you even get it!

    As well I like to send you some more material I posses to some of the point your are referring to,but is a lot so I cant send it by email.So you may send me a email with a Post address and I will send it by post.

    Love and Light
    Holger

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  • BrandNewWorld
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    Builing A Lockridge Device

    Hi Aaron,

    Yes I do be very interested to build one of the Device as soon I got all information together.

    I still waiting about the Video is Available at Peter's website.

    I bean to the Conference, unfortunately we not meet in Person.

    I send you a mail all ready as a reply to your Psychic Newsletter and I would be very interested If you even get it!

    As well I like to send you some more material I posses to some of the point your are referring to,but is a lot so I cant send it by email.So you may send me a email with a Post address and I will send it by post.

    Love and Light
    Holger

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  • john_g
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    Originally posted by John Smith View Post
    Hello all

    Firsly I would like to thank Peter for a most informative and riveting presentation at the recent CDA conference/workshop. Thankyou!! I travelled 30 hours plus to get there and same back again and would gladly have done this just to see Peter's presentation alone!! To have seen it with John Bedini's presentations etc was just fantastic!! So much information in so little time...my head is still spinning.

    Secondly Aaron, I have just aquired what I believe to be 12 volt version of the VW generator in working order to attempt to make a replecation of the Lockrige device that Peter covered in his presentation.

    I was not able to take it all in during the conference and wish to purchase both the previous Secrets of The Electric Motor and the new Part two as Peter called it at the conference.

    Firstly I wonder if someone could give me an idea of the mass and diameter of flywheel required and I will fabricate one in the next few days.

    I will have to wait to get my copy of the new video for the electrical details again as I was unable to take all the details at the conference unless anyone could help me with them again before I get my copy of the DVD as I then would be able to start seeking the parts I will need sooner.

    Thank you in advance

    John S
    Hi John

    I'm following a similar path to you. I have and old 12V VW beetle gen 14V 30A Nos: 113 903 031K, 0101 302 117 0118. I have an old iron cast wheel, 23" diameter, with rim about 2.5" X 1", weight approx 40kgs. My initial plan is to make up a bed to mount the gen and flywheel togeather via a shaft. I will use the generator as a pulse motor to get some idea of how that works, I suspect by mounting an extra pair of brushes on the shaft, for one pulse per rotation. Will also look at putting the pulse for driving the motor via a bi/tri filar coil for energy recovery. Once that is done, I will cut a slot on the gen case to see what difference that makes. Suspect be a few week before that is done.
    @ Peter Very nice presentation at CDA Thank you.
    Regards
    John

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  • Peter Lindemann
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    No Off Topic Posts, Please

    Gentlemen,

    Karl, this is a very interesting story. Thanks for starting a new thread about it. If two school girls from Nigeria can build one of these things, it should act as an inspiration for all of the "guys" here who think they are so smart!

    Rave154, were you at the Conference? If you were, please keep your posts focused on either my Lecture or on the Lockridge Device. If you were not at the Conference, then please DO NOT post in this thread until you have seen the DVD of my lecture.

    Thank you.

    Peter
    Last edited by Peter Lindemann; 11-26-2010, 11:36 PM.

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  • rave154
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    karl,

    good find there, but i suspect the term "fuel-less generator" isnt referring to what we all want/hope it is...but rather it simply means it doesnt burn any "fuel" as in a normal portablr generator

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  • Michael John Nunnerley
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    Sorry off topic

    Nice post Karl, just shows what can be done if you put 110% into a project, it is a shame there is no more detail, very difficult to see in the photo exactly what is the arrangement but we can take a calculated guess.

    What are our scientists doing with their time, playing cross word puzzels or just told to keep quiet and take their pay check, maintain a job and live well, the latter I am sure, billions controlled by so few, we live in the dark ages, lords of the manor and their surfs.

    Sorry off topic, but frustrating, need to vent steam.

    Mike
    Last edited by Michael John Nunnerley; 11-26-2010, 10:07 AM. Reason: spelling

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  • Karl_Palsness
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    Nigarian Girls build Motor Generator - Free Energy Device

    I moved this posting of the self run motor generator to the link below as per PL request. We do not want to get this thread off topic.



    http://www.energeticforum.com/renewa...generator.html



    Karl
    Last edited by Karl_Palsness; 11-26-2010, 07:22 PM.

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