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Stan Meyer Index 12 and Discussion
« on: April 03, 2014, 00:25:39 am »
 Index 490 plus jpegs

 This may take a while to index. It is quite a jumble on the thumb drive. Once the indexing and redaction of personal information is completed,  the process of collating and rearranging into a more organized  form as per wishes of the owner for later publishing. This section of the collection is in the 1992-1994 time frame and involves the back and forth faxes and corrections  between Stan and machinists for parts. He was educating the machinist(s) with some materials from the Birth of New Technology and patents.as well as exploring characteristics of the wire for the VIC, machinable ceramics (Macor) for the fuel injectors inserts.  Judging by the
 sequential numbering of the faxes, the records provided are not a complete record but only involve what Stan was dealing with in this time frame.......

(I wondered why I was getting  *'y as part of meyers titles  I guess this board's software doesn't like Stan's abbreviation for assembly :D :)  (ed)

I started an index to the machining/engineering diagrams at the end of the file index arranged by  figure numbers.
The figures index at the end of this jpg listing, shows the tip of the iceberg of the Master Laboratory file with the general outlines of the contents now being reconstructed from fragments of references in the thumb drives.  The basic injector drawings were released by "anonymous source" and given to Russ G who published  6 of them on his  rwgresearch.com site, along with 3  machining files for the VIC bobbins. Judging from the perforation marks of what was sent to the machinist by Stan, I believe the orientation of the  diagrams were originally with the header along the long axis of the standard letter size paper
DVD/ pdf index
   
jpeg#    Subject or Title 
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1-21    Canadian Patent 1 238 833
22-30  Canadian Patent 1 213 671
32       Chart C Water Fuel Development Format
33-46  Canadian Patent 1213671
47-51  WFC Bulletin # 4
52       Personal Letter Redacted
53-59  WFC Bulletin #9
60       Stan Meyer Letter Redacted
61-65  Science Explained excerpt
66-71  Cliff's Notes Chemistry excerpt
72       Figure 2-3 Inlet housing with Meyer Notes
73       Figure 2-2 Plug Housing with Meyer Notes
74       Figure 2-5 Clamp Nut Assembly
75       Fax Cover Letter with corrections for 2-2,2-3 and 2-5 machining (Make sure surface area  j1 held to specs!!
76       Figure 2-3 Water inlet housing
77       Figure 2-2  Plug Housing
78       Stan Notes hard to read
79       Figure 2-5 Clamp Nut Assembly      Figure 2-2   with many notes and corrections
83       Figure 2-3 with Meyer notes
86-87   A personal note from machinist  (ok  to publish with some redaction ed.)
88
89       Figure 2-2 Plug Housing   Rev A Sept 12 1992
90       Figure 2-1  Taper WFC Injector Assembly
91       Fax cover  WFC sent with added sheets order for 6 sets of injectors
92
93
94
95
96       Fig 2-5
97
98
99
100

116     Injector Assembly photo

143     Figure 5-16 Differential Solenoid Assemby
144     Figure 5-21A Figure 5-21 B  Terminal End Cap ,Terminal Connector
145     Differential Solonoid Metering Valve (Divider Page)
146     Figure 5-16 Differential Solonoid Assembly with Stan's notes
147     Figure 5-17 Solenoid Housing
148     Figure 5-8 Coil Spool
150     Figure 5-20B Flow Meter Valve
151     Figure 5-21A Terminal End-Cap and Figure 5-21B Terminal Connector with Meyer notes
152     Fax Memo 1363378 Instructions for use of brass washer  as a backing plate
153     Figure 5-16 Differential Solenoid Assembly
154     Fax Memo 13789  omiting 2-7 design
155     Figure 2-6 Ceramic Insert Figure 2-6A
156     Fax Memo 1382286 4/1/93
157     Figure 11-1 Metering Valve assembly
158     Request for estimate of machining  revised 2-6 insert
159     Figure 2-6 Ceramic insert         (revised)
160     Fax Memo 13774   Discusses 2-6 and 2-7 modification
161     Figure 2-6 Ceramic Insert
162     Figure 2-7 Ceramic Probe Assembly
163     Cover letter
164     Cover Letter 138145
165     Divider page for Section 5
166     Figure 5-17 Solenoid Housing
167     Figure 5-18 Coil Spool
168     Figure 5-19A Coil spacer, Figure 5-19B Inductance Plate
169     Figure 5-20A Meter shaft, Figure 5-20B Flow Meter Valve
170     Fax Memo  safety regs  requiring changes
171     Figure 5-16 Differential Solenoid Assembly
172     Figure 5-17 Solenoid Housing   4/22/93 revision
173     Figure 5-20A Meter shaft ,5-20B Flow Meter Valve, 5-20C Spring Stop
174     Figure 5-16 differential Solenoid assembly    revised 4/22/93
175     Figure 5-16
176     Figure 5-20 A B C
177     Figure 5-17 Solenoid Housing     revised 4 22 93
178     Fax memo 138264
179     Figure 5-16 Differential Solenoid Assembly       
180     Figures 5-20 A B C           modifications 4 14 93
181     Figure 5-17 Solenoid Housing     with modification  of 4 22 93   mod for proper fit
183     Figure 5-16 Differential Solenoid Assembly   with machinist notation    (redact ed}
184     Fax Memo 138279   re:Magnetic Core 430f/fr for magentic cores s andn  of fig 11-4
185    Water Metering Valve Assembly  Section 11-0 (Section Divider)
186     Figure 11-1 Metering Valve Assembly 
187     Figure 11-2 Oscillating Pin Master Layout
189     Figure 11-4 Magnetic Core * 'y
190     Figure 11-5 Oscillating Pin * 'y
191     Figure 11-4 Mount Pin
192     Fig 11-7 Coil Mount Housing
193     Figure 11-8 Coil Cap
194     Figure 11-9 Block Mount
195     Figure 6-14 Air Gas Inlet Block
196     Figure 5-20 Flow Meter Shaft Assembly
197     Figure 17-3 Inlet Port Spacer
198     Figure 18-9 Oil Breeder Elbow, Fifgure 18-10 Cap Plug
199     Figure 18-8 Fuel Pump Cover
200    Water Metering Valve Assembly ( Divider page)
201     Figure 11-1 Metering Valve * 'y    (with Meyer Notes)
202     Figure 11-2 Oscillating Pin Master Layout
203     Figure 11-3 Oscillating Pin
204     Figure 11-4 Magnetic Core * 'y
205     Figure 11-5 Oscillating Pin * 'y
206     Figure 11-6 Mount Pin
207     Figure 11-7 Coil Mount Housing
208     Figure 11-8 Coil Cap
209     Figure 11-9 Block Mount
210    Water Metering Valve Assmbly Cover Page
211    Figure 11-1 Metering Valve Assembly
212    Figure 11-2 Oscillating Ping Master Layout
213    Figure 11-3 Oscillating Pin
214    Figure 11-4 Magnetic Core Assembly
215    Figure 11-6 Oscillastion Pin Assembly
216    Figure 11-7 Coil Moint Housing
217    Figure 11-8 Coil Cap  (Top and Side View)
218    Figure 11-9  Block Mount (Top and Side View)
219    Figure 11-0 Block Mount
221    Figure 11-1 Metering Valve Assembly
222    Figure 11-8a Coil Cap, Figure 11-8B Terminal assembly
223    Urgent Fax on wrong drawings
224    Figure 11-1 Metering Valve Assembly
225    Figure  11-8A Coil Cap Figure 11-8B Terminal Assembly
226     Urgent Fax on deburring and chamfer edging to prevent damage to wire insulation
227     Figure 3-4 Inner Core Bobbin
228     Figure 3-5 Outer Core Bobbin
229     Fax cover sheet  about Figure 3-2 and 3-5 and thru holes c5 and C6
230     Figure 2-15 Ground Shield
231     Figure 3-2 (VIC) Coil Assembly
232     Figure 3-5 Outer Core Bobbin
233     Fax about Hybrid Laser Distributor Assembly
234     Figure 5-1 Hybrid Laser Distributor Assembly
235     Figure 5-11 Shaft Extension
236     Figure 5-12 Shaft Spacer
237    Figure 5-8 Shaft Bearing Seat        with Stan's Notes  8/20/93
238    Figure 5-10 Mount Ring
239    Figure 5-13 Cap Mount Ring
240    MRC  Shaft Limits ABEC-1 Chart
241    Fax -Letter WFC Memo 138353  regarding  Laser Distributor Assembly
242    Figure 5-11 Hybrid Laser Distributor Assembly
243
244    Figure 5-22 Shaft Extension



252    Figure 2-11 Relief Valve Assembly
253   
254    Figure Pressure Relief * 'y
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264    Figure 5-8 Shaft Bearing Seat
265    Figure 5-10 Mount Ring
266
267    Figure 2-17 Terminal Block Assembly
269    Figure 4-14 Primary Coil Bobbin
270
273    Figure 5-14 Air Gas Inlet Block
277    Figure 18-8 Fuel Pump Cover
278                    AirGas Inlet Block
279    Figure 5-20A Meter Shaft. Figure 5-20 Flom Meter Shaft Assembly
280    Figure 17-3 Inlet Port Spacer
281    Figure 18-9 Oil Breeder Elbow Figure 18-10 Cap Plug
282    Figure 18-8 Fuel Pump Cover
283    Request for Quotation for Machining 5-14,5-20B1,7-3,18-9,18-10,18-8,2-15,3-12,3-16,2-17 (delrin and ss304 only)
282    Fuel Pump Cover
291   Inlet Port Spacer
292   Firgure 18-9 Oil Breeder Elbow, Figure 18-10 Cap Plug
294   Machinist to Machinist Message
295   Figure 5-14 Air Gas InletBlock    (revision of 12/13/93)
296   Request for Quotation for Machining
297   Figure 5-14 Air Gas Inlet Block
298   Figure 17-3 Inlet Port Spacer
299   Figure 5-22 Vacuum Connector
300   Figure 11-11 Distribution Block
301   Figure 9-5 Tank Outlet Pug Fitting
302   Fax Cover Sheet Reducing quatifties of items to be reduced
303   Figure 5-22 Vacuum Connector
304   Figure 9-5 Tank Outlet Plug Fitting
305   Figure 11-11 Distribution Block
306   Figure 9-7c Interlocking Terminal Block
307  Chamfer Question on Air Gas Inlet Block
308   Figure 9-7C interlcikng Terminal Block
309   Figure 5-27 Solenoid Housing  revision of 4/22/93
310   Water Metering Valve Assembly (cover page) Section11-0
311   Figure 11-1 Metering Valve Assembly
312   Figure 11-2 Oscillating Pin Master Layout
313   Figure 11-3 Oscillating Pin
314   Figure 11-4 Magnetic Core Assembly
315   Figure 11-5 Oscillating Pin Assembly
316   Figure 11-6 Mount Pin
317   Figure 11-7 Coil Mount Housing
318   Figure 11-8 Coil Cap
319   Figure 11-9 Block Mount
320   Figure 2-2 Plug Housing    (including Stans notes)
321   Figure 2-2 Plug Housing
322   Figure 2-3 Inlet Housing
323   Figure 2-5 Clamp Nut Assembly
324   Water Metering Valve Assembly  (cover page)
325   Figure 11-1 Metering Valve Assembly
326   Figure 11-2 Oscillation Pin Master Layout
327   Figure 11-3 Oscillating Pin
328   Figure 11-4 Magnetic Core Assembly
329   Figure 11-5 Oscillating Pin Assembly
330   Figure 11-6 Mount Pin
331   Figure 11-7 Coil Mount Housing
332   Figure 11-8 Coil Cap
333   Figure 11-9 Block Mount
334   Letter from Molecu Wire about 430 or 420  0.12 with 20 Kv enamel
336   Macor listings
337-349 Molecu Catalog
350   Figure 4-14 Primary Coil Bobbin
351   Figure 4-15 Secondary Coil Bobbin
352   Figure 4-17 Terminal End Block
353   Figure 4-14 Primary Coil Bobbin
354   Figure 4-15 Seconday Coil Bobbin
355   Figure 4-17 Terminal End Block
356-363 Macor Catalog and Specs
364   Fax cover sheet from Molecu Wire Corporation to Mechanic
365-386 Results of  a search for high dielectric cooling fluids in literature
287-398 Pads Force Router Series Catalog
399   Personal Letter to Stan Redacted
400   Estimate of Machining costs sent to Stan from 3 different machinists
402  Dublin Institute  of Technology Report (1st page)
403-430   WFC  Memo 426
431-436   WFC  Memo 424
437-444   Water Fuel Cell Bulletin #9
445-454   Raum und Zeit article
447-460   Spectra catalog/advertising
461-467   Macor Catalog

469    Fax Letter Memo 13950 Cover Page
470-474  Science Explained excerpt
475-480 Cliff Note Chemistry excerpt
481   Figure 11-8 Block Mount
482   Figure 11-8A, Figure 11-8
483   Fax Cover Sheet
484-486   Science Explained excerpt
489-494   Cliff Note excerpt

Figures Index

Section 2  Water Injection System Injectors

2-1   Taper WFC Injector Assembly
2-2   Plug Housing
2-3   Water Inlet Housing
2-4   Positive Probe Assembly
2-5   Clamp Nut Assembly
2-6   Ceramic Insert
2-7   Positive Notch Probe
2-10  Pressure Relief Assembly
2-11    Relief Valve Assembly
2-12    Retaining Base
2-15    Ground Shield
2-16    Retaining Base End-Cap   
2-17    Terminal Block Assembly

Section 3

3-2   (VIC) Coil Assembly
3-4   Inner Core Bobbin
3-5   Outer Core Bobbin

Section 4

4-14   Primary Coil Bobbin
4-15   Secondary Coil Bobbin
4-17   Terminal End Block

Section 5 Water Fuel Injection System Differential Solenoid (Header Sheet)
5-1     Hybrid Laser Distributor Assembly
5-8     Shaft Bearing Seat
5-10   Mount Ring
5-11   Shaft Extension
5-12   Shaft Spacer
5-13   Cap Mount Pin
5-14   Air Gas Inlet Block

Differential Solenoid  Metering Valve Application of Design      (Divider Page)
5-16   Differential Solenoid Assembly
5-17   Solenoid Housing
5-18   Coil Spool
5-19A Coil Spacer
5-19B Inductive Plate
5=20 Flow Meter Shaft Assembly
5-20A Meter Shaft
5-20B Flow Meter Valve
5-20C Spring Stop
5-21A Terminal End Cap
5-21B Terminal Connector
5-22

Section 6
6-14

Section 7

Section 8

Section 9
9-5
9-7c

Section 10

Section 11

11-0     Cover or Section Divider Page
11-1     Metering Valve Assembly
11-2     Oscillating Pin Master Layout
11-3     Oscillating Pin
11-4     Magnetic Core Assembly
11-5     Oscillating Pin Assembly
11-6     Mount Pin
11-7     Coil Mount Housing
11-8A   Coil Cap
11-8B   Terminal Assembly
11-9      Block Mount
11-10

17-3  Inlet Port Spacer


Memo WFC 423DA
18-8 Fuel Pump cover
18-9   Oil Breeder Elbow
18-10 Cap Plug   
 



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Re: Stan Meyer Index 12
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2014, 13:58:31 pm »
I personally find it frustrating to be told about new information that is not being exchanged.. I would rather not hear about it at all.. Its like its being flaunted by talking about something that's not gonna be released for a long time.

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Re: Stan Meyer Index 12
« Reply #2 on: April 03, 2014, 18:44:55 pm »
I agree with you to a point....

At the same time look at all that has come out and yet no one has a car running on water. No one really has
had any good results either.


If we had every one of Stan's documents I still think it would not be enough to have a water powered car.
Stan's designs were prototypes going through testing and debugging. IMO he was still in the R&D stages when he died.

He talked about retrofit kits....He had several buggy generations but no duplicates that anyone knows of.
And, as far as I know there was only one generation of the buggy which actually worked well enough to drive.
That was the generation we see in the news video and wfc news release 2. That generation had extra batteries on board,
had issues flooding because the injectors were constant flow, and it was too large to be used in most vehicles....

I think Stan made some amazing discoveries, but I don't think he got to the point where he had a reliable system working.
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Re: Stan Meyer Index 12 and Discussion
« Reply #3 on: March 15, 2021, 18:39:12 pm »
A for anon534
Yes, thanx most of buchen 3 was the final designs that were posted here already, what does librarian12 say about volumes  ein und zwei availability?
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Re: Stan Meyer Index 12 and Discussion
« Reply #4 on: March 15, 2021, 23:16:32 pm »
Is their a section with all this info  and picture here

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Re: Stan Meyer Index 12 and Discussion
« Reply #5 on: April 07, 2021, 15:57:29 pm »
Buchen 3 is a summary of  fax intercepts?/copies for a certain period between Stan
and his contact in England.  The contact was responsible  for doling out
assignments to various English machinists to make the injectors and some of
the Delrin(r) parts for an improved version of the of the dune buggy.

It's grouped by sections, some having more pages than others due to the complexity
of a particular part.  A lot of the back and forth had to do with corrections of measurements
and design refinements , some personal letters and some redactions

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