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Re: Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« Reply #8 on: September 21, 2009, 23:55:30 pm »
Well thank you for the welcome! Im no pro by any means but i have found that it has helped me in a way, i can use the "KISS" method better than the most educated! It does, however hinder me a bit and im wishing i paid a little more attention in algebra! If only i knew id be this into the WFC. Oh well ill just keep plugging along.

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Re: Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« Reply #9 on: September 22, 2009, 06:44:04 am »
i've noticed you pretty much went inch for inch in building stans system, which i have come to realize helps to get things right even if you don't exactly understand why things are supposed to be built the way they are, it keeps you from making your own decisions and unknowingly compromising a design feature of importance.

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Re: Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« Reply #10 on: September 22, 2009, 12:43:49 pm »
exactly! Now im working on a VIC Completely Blind!! hahaha I like building it, turning it on, seeing it work, and then testing it and finding out whats happening. Everyone everywhere seems to be building the VIC and hooking it up to an oscilliscope but everyone seems to have forgotten an important factor!!! ITS AN LC curcuit hahaha it needs a capacitor. A water capacitor to be exact. any way i was going off from the pictures in the tech brief to build the different circuit boards but if you look at the schematics and then look at the boards theres more on the boards than on the schematics so itts back to the think tank i guess. Basically all im going to do is build a selectable pulsating circuit and build a circuit that is a 5 and 12 volt power supply and work from there. I was going into our local university for help designing the circuits and the professor in there guided me to do something STUPID! It basically cooked the WFC i have here now so i recently took it all apart and re-built the whole thing and it still isnt running the same as it did originally. So thats what happened when i looked to higher learning!! haha

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Re: Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« Reply #11 on: September 22, 2009, 13:28:00 pm »
exactly! Now im working on a VIC Completely Blind!! hahaha I like building it, turning it on, seeing it work, and then testing it and finding out whats happening. Everyone everywhere seems to be building the VIC and hooking it up to an oscilliscope but everyone seems to have forgotten an important factor!!! ITS AN LC curcuit hahaha it needs a capacitor. A water capacitor to be exact. any way i was going off from the pictures in the tech brief to build the different circuit boards but if you look at the schematics and then look at the boards theres more on the boards than on the schematics so itts back to the think tank i guess. Basically all im going to do is build a selectable pulsating circuit and build a circuit that is a 5 and 12 volt power supply and work from there. I was going into our local university for help designing the circuits and the professor in there guided me to do something STUPID! It basically cooked the WFC i have here now so i recently took it all apart and re-built the whole thing and it still isnt running the same as it did originally. So thats what happened when i looked to higher learning!! haha

Lol. I am sure he meant well. ;)

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Re: Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« Reply #12 on: September 22, 2009, 15:24:32 pm »
Hi mister Bluesky ,

I did make a solid state version of what I call an 3 phase variale frequency pure sine inverter . Power can be about 150 watts per phase , that is the component limits .

It still is on my breadboard , I tested with a +12 - 12 power supply @ 1 amps and it was 67% efficient , wich is about 3-4 times more efficient than an alternator .

I received my pcb last week , unfortunately it had many mistakes and holes that should have been holes were actually "crossover levels" not drilled that need much modification and repair , I couldnt find a drill bit small enough because of this little oring thing and  am using a hammer pin method. My first pcb try was when I did my first lawton pwm like , that pcb had a huge mistake wich I will not talk about lol.

300$ wasted so far on pcb with mistakes . I am making EXTRA sure this time that everything is 100% good . I did that but I always get fukked somehow , its amazing really how hard it is to make an error free pcb ...


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Re: Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« Reply #13 on: September 23, 2009, 01:03:08 am »
haha After reading my last post I realize it may be a bit Abbrasive to people with higher education!! I mean no offense by any means, in fact as i stated earlier i wish i had better education, I was simply stating in my last post that it was funny that the guy who i assumed knew more than me blew up my project.Oh well. Man i really want to buy that Lot of Stans stuff and make a WFC Museum and reverse engineer it at the same time.

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Re: Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« Reply #14 on: September 23, 2009, 04:39:17 am »
If you have the money, go for it!
I wish I did, I'm just a poor engineering student... for now.


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Re: Side Note on the Electron Extraction Circuit
« Reply #15 on: September 23, 2009, 09:27:18 am »
Thats A Nice Stanley Replica Control Box you have there, Also Nice Bends on the Tubes.

What Exactly is your Production? Or, What exactly is your Flow meter telling you. I didn't really count the number of your tubes, But i will guess 300 cc's or ML for that cell would be terrific?

I'm not trying to be negative here, But dont let stans 7 liter Claim get you down. If you Reverse Engineer his words of a 1 liter cavity to produce 7 liters a min, and if you test it you will find it to be impossible.

Something Tells me,,, You have seen some Photo's others have not. I'm a Bit angry about the photos not being Shown. I've stated in the past that it wouldn't be a good thing to post them, But, Based on stan and the connections,,,, I do Not see Anything MORE to be gained from anything of stans. So could someone call a meeting and have a chat about finishing off what was started, The releasing of the Photos. My point of view, That car isn't worth getting sick over, To date, Nobody can confirm water power perpetual So the owners need not be worried about that happening anytime soon. Sadly, as i have stated already,,, "I really cant touch the wfc." My Life has Taken a Turn, My Future is In Front of all the toys right now, I dont have the choice to test at this moment. I Miss it much! Hope to be back in the game soon but no garantee's. However i'll be around to wast thread space.