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Old 06-15-2018, 09:04 PM
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Monoprice MINI
https://www.monoprice.com/Product?p_...seq=1&format=2

My extruder stopped working after about 6 prints and I replaced in with this.

https://www.amazon.com/Anycubic-Extr...metal+extruder

But short of that this thing just prints its a$$ off. I use PETG for filament but if your just getting started use PLA. Cura is the slicer you use with this and there are plenty of You Tubes on how to set it up for the mini.

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I just ordered one and some PLA like you suggested.



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Hope you looked at the specs for the size of the print area of that machine! I have one too, and it is not designed for larger parts. It looks pretty bulletproof, but it is NOT a full size 3D printer. It is great for a LOT of things though and will come in handy printing all the small parts I need in rebuilding my '71 FJ55 "Iron Pig".
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Hope you looked at the specs for the size of the print area of that machine! I have one too, and it is not designed for larger parts. It looks pretty bulletproof, but it is NOT a full size 3D printer. It is great for a LOT of things though and will come in handy printing all the small parts I need in rebuilding my '71 FJ55 "Iron Pig".
Hey Dave,

Yes I did. I think it will be a good introduction to 3d printing and its a great price. If It works half as well as I think it will I am sure it will be great!

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Old 06-15-2018, 11:40 PM
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I got one of the ones Matt is talking about on his recommendation, but haven’t even fired it up yet. Waiting for the filament to get here. May be here tomorrow.

Be careful to understand the print area of any printer you buy. The one Matt is linking to seems bulletproof, but the print area may be too small for what you want to do with it. I have tons of plastic pieces I need to print in the rebuilding of my ‘71
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Old 06-17-2018, 12:14 AM
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Like I said its bullet proof. Especially after you change the extruder, if you even have to. They keep that thing up to date like nothing else.

Myself I do not have a reason for anything bigger. I would just mill the bigger stuff from solid material.
You always need little spacer and shims and retainers this works great for those things. Printed a Door knob part a couple of weeks back.

Good cad software is everywhere now days, Fusion 360 ands E machine shop, and Heeks are the3 I use the most, mostly fusion 360.

Beats Duck tape and bubble gum for sure.

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Sorry can't comment on the subject at hand.

It's good so many innovative ideas being tested for this 3BGS setup. I want to add to this collective to finish this build. Thanks guys for all you are doing.

I'm still at it just very very slow.

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Old 06-19-2018, 12:30 PM
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My1016 motor

Been trying different things with the my1016 modified Matt motor. With 100° days here in South Carolina my shop times are limited.

It's for learning purposes only. Shorting the coils, collecting coil spikes, just curious ideas. Using work bench power supply it's much easier to test un-necessary ideas for curiosity sake.

Yes still nuking the coffee,
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Old 06-19-2018, 07:31 PM
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Wantomake,
Please don't feel obligated to keep this thread on life support. Both Matt and I are perfectly content to let it pass on to the great beyond. Those that want to hang out and let others do the work so they can see if someone else is successful before they stick their toe in the water don't deserve the help. Those that build for themselves have enough info to build a basic setup and see for themselves if this is for real or not. And I am pretty good about responding to people through email or PM if they have specific questions I am willing to answer.
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To the great beyond

Ok. To the great bone yard of threads it goes. I'll be having coffee by myself with my thoughts unspoken.......

What a pity
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I’m not telling you to stop. I’m just saying don’t feel obligated to keep this going. If it strikes your fancy, go for it. You seem to be the only one posting.
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I’m not telling you to stop. I’m just saying don’t feel obligated to keep this going. If it strikes your fancy, go for it. You seem to be the only one posting.
But not the only one reading.

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Old 06-20-2018, 07:06 AM
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I love reading your posts too with my milo not coffee
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I understand

I get it. There are readers and there are those that post. I've never felt alone or left out. I have no desires or need of posting here.

Why do I post on this thread where nobody seems to hear or care. Maybe I feel that one day Dave and Matthew will accomplish goals they set. Then we can help the two or three here that will build and produce Free Energy for a desolate village, a desperate family, or a grandfather showing the grandchildren his replication and saw their eyes and minds light up!!!!

What is the purpose of these threads? My purpose is to help, encourage, open closed minds, and be an example. What I would give for an engineering degree. A phd in science. I'd never stop typing. All I can offer is courage and support of what is on my cheap self built work bench.

I'll never stop. I believe in this 3BGS system.
Time to kiss the wife and warm my heart, then nuke the ole coffee,
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Got a email today that Clarence from the Barbosa &Leal thread passed away June 5th.

He was a mentor and good coffee sippin friend to me.

You will be greatly missed my ole friend.....

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Too bad. Regrets.

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I get it. There are readers and there are those that post. I've never felt alone or left out. I have no desires or need of posting here.

Why do I post on this thread where nobody seems to hear or care. Maybe I feel that one day Dave and Matthew will accomplish goals they set. Then we can help the two or three here that will build and produce Free Energy for a desolate village, a desperate family, or a grandfather showing the grandchildren his replication and saw their eyes and minds light up!!!!

What is the purpose of these threads? My purpose is to help, encourage, open closed minds, and be an example. What I would give for an engineering degree. A phd in science. I'd never stop typing. All I can offer is courage and support of what is on my cheap self built work bench.

I'll never stop. I believe in this 3BGS system.
Time to kiss the wife and warm my heart, then nuke the ole coffee,
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And Dave speaks highly of you, take a bow

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Dave and Matt,

Thanks for the information that you guys have been trying to convey. I see enough promise in the concept to invest some replication time. I have a third 8Ah battery on the way, hopefully three of those will be sufficient as proof of concept. I just happen to have a razor motor, and a low RPM wind turbine that could use your recipe.

It's my experience that in between the space of free energy devices, you will find the few who can navigate around the science fiction, conspiracy theorist and pseudo scientists, and flower of life zealots to bring new concepts and dispel old engineering standards.

You guys surpass that by apparently Creating the real deal.

I recognize the potential in the concept. Many wont see that potential because it is hidden in plain sight in a handful of low tech components that are just integrated differently.

Thank you for showing me the technology and reaching out to me. I humbly appreciate it.

John
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I know but I'm only a student here. He and Matthew have been great teachers with much patience for my slow mind.

I like the picture. 12 strands of wire that looks like you are twisting. Nice setup. I want to build a good sturdy winding machine for the shop. Matthew did a video showing the use of a measuring wheel(don't remember name of it) from Harbor Freight I think.

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I know but I'm only a student here. He and Matthew have been great teachers with much patience for my slow mind.

I like the picture. 12 strands of wire that looks like you are twisting. Nice setup. I want to build a good sturdy winding machine for the shop. Matthew did a video showing the use of a measuring wheel(don't remember name of it) from Harbor Freight I think.

wantomake
Thanks for the like. Yes that is 12 spools of 24 gauge wire 160 feet long. Nothing has been said about twisting the bundle and having built Bedini coils i know he liked to twist the wires.

In Patrick Kelley's desk top machine the guy runs out 10 feet of wire and claps each end then twists the middle 80 turns. I just did 60 turns, But each time one twists in the opposite direction (CW/CCW)

A distance wheel is real handy. Being in Canada I don't have easy access to Harbour Freight but same thing at Lee Valley or Canadian Tire... look up Johnson measuring wheel.

I made mine from an old boat trailer roller and used an old calculator and reed switch combo for a counter.

First 10 feet, bit messy as it sprang back when I went fot the camera, lol

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Old 06-21-2018, 09:16 PM
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Real Basic

This setup is the most BASIC setup you can run and still see the principles in action:

You need a boost module
https://www.ebay.com/itm/4A-LED-DC-D...QAAOSwCQZZCo8g

A double pole, double throw switch
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Knife-Switc...8AAOSwTLxZfIw2

Two batteries
Modified Matt motor or ANY WORKING PULSE MOTOR

You run the boost module off one battery to provide you with a potential difference to run the motor. Then throw the switch and use the second battery plus boost module to provide the potential difference to run the motor from the OTHER battery. You simply move power from one battery to the other. Back and forth. You can run quite a while in either direction before you have to switch. Just don't overcharge the battery.

If you can't figure out whether you are getting any gains with this simple setup, I feel no pain for you whatsoever.
PS. Won’t work with “toy” batteries.
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Old 06-21-2018, 09:53 PM
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Sad news about clarence know he was a great friend to you wanttomake and he was such a free energy enthusiast sadly missed by all
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Give it a spin

Thanks Dave,
I like it. Will try this out tomorrow.

wantomake

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Old 06-22-2018, 03:39 PM
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They just want to see me fumble and bumble around.

I wish I knew a way to set up a live video feed from my shop or Matt’s. We could show a few things running. Matt has put together a few things, and I have replicated, that would make people’s heads explode. We wouldnt show HOW to do it. Just show it running and piss everyone off. LOL. That would be fun! People should have paid closer attention. Learning this stuff was a progression, and it ALL got talked about on the two threads. It’s just that we kept experimenting while other people sat around, or discussed theory, or wasted WEEKS proving it won’t work. Should have listened. Should have embraced the concepts. Should have experimented.

What’s the largest continuous load anyone has ever shown running on a single battery without running the battery down? Zero I’ll bet.

Didn’t someone offer like $10,000 if anyone could show a one watt load running?
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This setup is the most BASIC setup you can run and still see the principles in action:

You need a boost module
https://www.ebay.com/itm/4A-LED-DC-D...QAAOSwCQZZCo8g

A double pole, double throw switch
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Knife-Switc...8AAOSwTLxZfIw2

Two batteries
Modified Matt motor or ANY WORKING PULSE MOTOR

You run the boost module off one battery to provide you with a potential difference to run the motor. Then throw the switch and use the second battery plus boost module to provide the potential difference to run the motor from the OTHER battery. You simply move power from one battery to the other. Back and forth. You can run quite a while in either direction before you have to switch. Just don't overcharge the battery.

If you can't figure out whether you are getting any gains with this simple setup, I feel no pain for you whatsoever.
PS. Won’t work with “toy” batteries.
Looks good to me! Up and running this AM

Here it is charging a third battery from the flyback

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They just want to see me fumble and bumble around.

I wish I knew a way to set up a live video feed from my shop or Matt’s. We could show a few things running. Matt has put together a few things, and I have replicated, that would make people’s heads explode. We wouldnt show HOW to do it. Just show it running and piss everyone off. LOL. That would be fun! People should have paid closer attention. Learning this stuff was a progression, and it ALL got talked about on the two threads. It’s just that we kept experimenting while other people sat around, or discussed theory, or wasted WEEKS proving it won’t work. Should have listened. Should have embraced the concepts. Should have experimented.

What’s the largest continuous load anyone has ever shown running on a single battery without running the battery down? Zero I’ll bet.

Didn’t someone offer like $10,000 if anyone could show a one watt load running?
YouTube me and I'll fumble and be confused but happy. I'll video my expressions as I watch them. Then you'll laugh.

I know you and Matt have been busy. I can't even get the upright generator finished. Refinancing and renovating my home has removed me from frame of mind I was for the 3BGS.

If I had 10k to donate to your work I most certainly would.
Then move into the shop cause my wife would kick me out.

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[QUOTE=i_ron;311326]Looks good to me! Up and running this AM

Here is a close up of the antique knife switch

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[QUOTE=i_ron;311332][QUOTE=i_ron;311326]Looks good to me! Up and running this AM

Here is an ATC422 which will replace the Knife switch at some point

Ron

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Old 06-22-2018, 06:54 PM
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Wantomake,

The research on this is pretty much DONE. Just building prototypes. We come up with whatever money we need, so not really hurting in that department. I still have cash in the bank and haven’t been sentenced to live in the garage yet. The operative word is YET.

Now the NEXT project, where Matt builds a flying saucer, we might need a few bucks. At least enough to build a hanger to hide it in. You know, one with a roof that opens.

Oh, if only I were kidding!! Hopefully the current project will fund the NEW project. What does a flying saucer cost to build anyway? Do you need a pilots license for that? Where do you put license plates ona round vehicle? So many questions!
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You could easily replace the knife switch with an Arduino setup. Add a generator to the motor and it is a true over unity system. Oh if people would only LISTEN.
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