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Old 08-24-2015, 11:50 PM
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Very interesting item, Aaron.

I am unclear about 3d printers. Am I right that it is a glorified plotter which works in depth and has a "wire" of material which feeds into the job to create the product?

If so, the "wire" is utterly crucial if the product is of a technical nature. If you can't get the wire of the material you need, you can't make the item.

Would it be possible to make or acquire magnetic wire, deposit it on the job without losing magnetism due to heat, and reverse the N-S polarity at will?

Could we make a monopole?
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Old 08-25-2015, 08:04 PM
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Very interesting item, Aaron.

I am unclear about 3d printers. Am I right that it is a glorified plotter which works in depth and has a "wire" of material which feeds into the job to create the product?

If so, the "wire" is utterly crucial if the product is of a technical nature. If you can't get the wire of the material you need, you can't make the item.

Would it be possible to make or acquire magnetic wire, deposit it on the job without losing magnetism due to heat, and reverse the N-S polarity at will?

Could we make a monopole?
Yes, basically. The wire is called a filament and is the most popular type used for printing plastic. PLA or ABS. ABS is better, absorbs less water and doesn't get into the air like PLA.

For any particular printer, there is no shortage of cartridges or spools for the filament.

Yes, magnetic powders in gels, etc... all these things are being done at various levels. Also, conductive filaments, etc... I'd guess you would have to lay any magnetic ingredients down and then capacitor discharge through a coil around it to polarize it how you want after it is formed. Lots of those methods have a long way to go. You can print metal, etc... the entire technology is still in its infancy and the 3D scanners are even less evolved as this point.
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Thanks Aaron. I've never really grasped the importance of magnetic monopoles and why they may be a key to overunity, but I will take that for granted.

It would seem that, with a certain amount of development, we could produce a rectangular magnet which was, say, North on all its outer surfaces and with south poles going into the magnet, at a depth of, say, quarter of an inch.

Will such magnets, if achievable, be the key to an overunity device and what would that device look like?
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Old 08-26-2015, 04:48 PM
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Well this 3d printed monopole is a monopolar motor. It isn't a magnet with a single pole, it is a multicoil device using only a single pole of a magnet.

You can see the pic in the link I put in the first post.
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I was interested in the concept of the pure "monopole" magnet, and if achieved, what one might then do with it. Possibly a subject for a different thread.
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