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  • #91
    75&86

    There is a direct correlation between the
    first two scope shots in post #75 and the
    first photo in post #86.
    In #75 there is no spring.
    In #86 there is a spring.
    The spring makes the waveform
    more equal than before.
    So, fine tuning the coil position is
    critical and key to aiding lenzless operation.

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    • #92
      Bzzzzzzztt!!

      Oooowwww!!!
      Here B zom foe toe, mon.
      Itís not a religion, itís a way of life.
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      • #93
        The grease on the rotor in post #86 can not be wiped of or the
        system won't produce HV. Nice waveform. Junkyard lectric is so
        mysterious I could levitation is imminent.

        That is why the magnets came out of the wrap? PLZ the suspense is
        me.
        Last edited by BroMikey; 06-05-2019, 08:38 PM.

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        • #94
          Hotdogs on the grill

          Im using several lies to tell the truth.
          Really, I am, I am lying to you right now.
          Now that the truth is out, I used a branch of the Keebler Elves to clean the grease out hourly.
          Then they attach several rockets to my boots and I go hunting pussy.
          👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
          Uh, my fertile imagination is due to Shiite for brains.
          Last edited by Pot head; 06-06-2019, 01:16 AM.

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          • #95
            Well at least you are normal going after the girls

            Be kind to them. The grease has got to go before your lectric peaks

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            • #96
              If you mean the lube will damage the wire on the stator then it will have to do that because others will see the effects from me being deliberately sloppy with all the processes to illustrate the outdoor use of a build.
              The world will kick around a product to see how tough it is, I say put your build outside under a shelter to let the moisture in the air and the extreme heat interact with all its processes.

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              • #97
                Rotor Assembly

                Here is a rotor without any exterior magnets.
                It has an interior ring magnet that is designed just for this wind, from the factory.
                The inner bearings are the beast of burden for noise suppression.
                The little ring spacer is essential for smooth operation.
                Finally the bottom set of bearings.
                They stabilize the rotor but can fall out.
                Maybe the solution is to use graphite and lube.
                That is why experiments are crucial.



                Itís a lunar lander. It is on top of my fluorescent torus.
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                • #98
                  More shocking stuffers

                  Stocking stuffers?
                  Another junkyard build.
                  I figure the energy reflects back and forth between top and bottom pans oscillating.

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                  • So Far

                    I have been experimenting with several types and grade of lubricants for the use on the tiny bearings.
                    The winner so far is an emulsion of Dritz oil with graphite and then blended with black moly grease, the kind I use on my big pillowblock bearings.
                    The mix keeps the song it sings proper.
                    The graphite conducts electricity, so it will keep producing spikes but consistently and without undue wear and tear.


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                    • Give me Precious!!

                      The emergency light is fluorescent and inside the Torus.
                      There is no ballast, just bulbs.
                      They are just another wire in the circuit, according to the output itself.
                      All I have to do, if necessary, is continue the link to another ďcontainerĒ.


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                      • Simple Circuit

                        Yes, it is a simple circuit.
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                        Last edited by Pot head; 06-12-2019, 05:32 AM.

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                        • Yawn!

                          Well, no one has mentioned or asked if the positive pulse ac from the middle coil output would work on a Tesla coil setup.
                          The middle coil has both positive and negative pulse ac outputs, so a more adaptive person might use both.
                          Okay, the resonances of both would have to be matched with all coils in resonance.
                          Anyone else see this?

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                          • Okay then, to refresh the memories of all, the middle coil outputs are positive pulse ac and negative pulse ac respectively from each end.
                            Look at the photos again and then think about matching the outputs for two different Tesla coils, one positive pulse and one negative pulse.
                            Iím sure I can construct a matching network that would bridge the gap.

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