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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #8 on: November 25, 2016, 14:05:36 pm »
Dear Ronny,

I found out that there are some kind of printer limits.
First type of printers do max 200mm x 200mm
Second type do 400mm by 400mm

I now adjusted my endcaps. Took the fancy stands off.

The size of the cell and the endcaps are 400mm by 400mm, so it should match more printers....


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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #9 on: November 25, 2016, 19:38:09 pm »
Hello Steve.

There are other aspects that 3D printers cant be good enough.

Since they are printed in several layers and directions, it leaks water everywhere.
ABS plastic can be better but my (little) experience with my 3D printer tells me to use Derlin and a lathe.

I use my printer just for the coil formers and other stuff. it is very slow. An entire wfc with at least 6 tubes can take 2 days (24 hour ou more) continuous printing.

I really dont recomend that.

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #10 on: November 25, 2016, 20:07:13 pm »
(https://s11.postimg.org/8cautcxwj/PI_TUIT.jpg)

The bigger one takes 7h24 to print with normal quality 0.2mm layer width, and uses 94g of filament.

You can see the statistics on the bottom right of the part.

The green part are the supports that must break after print by hand, since can not print on air, and it usually takes big part of the time and some filament.

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #11 on: November 25, 2016, 22:07:00 pm »
Herman said you had to build it to the size of the engine....the one he had was in a 302....a smaller one cylinder engine would be an easier build to start...once we figure out what he ment by magnetics the size and spacing can be much smallee.

I remember him saying that.
My cell size is similar to that of Anderson for the only reason that at 12v it should consume around 20 amps with a pH 12 water in there.
Thats the reference.
With that amount of amps and volts he added 700000V during a 50 percent pulse of 8hz.

The result should be a running v8.
So running my 1kw genset on that cell must be an easy thing.....
At least in my hope and dreams.



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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #12 on: November 25, 2016, 22:11:23 pm »
Hello Steve.

There are other aspects that 3D printers cant be good enough.

Since they are printed in several layers and directions, it leaks water everywhere.
ABS plastic can be better but my (little) experience with my 3D printer tells me to use Derlin and a lathe.

I use my printer just for the coil formers and other stuff. it is very slow. An entire wfc with at least 6 tubes can take 2 days (24 hour ou more) continuous printing.

I really dont recomend that.

Thanks for the tip. If i get a set printed and if it would leak, i will coat the inside with a special layer coating against leaking.
However, if you or someone can do that late trick and create a similar product......I am in  :)

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #13 on: November 25, 2016, 22:25:14 pm »
Herman said you had to build it to the size of the engine....the one he had was in a 302....a smaller one cylinder engine would be an easier build to start...once we figure out what he ment by magnetics the size and spacing can be much smallee.

Kevin, the magnetics are always there where current flows thru a conductor.
The two soft iron core electrodes will produce a magnetic field at 12v and 20amps for sure.
I seen hydrogen ions rush thru my cell with help of a hugh 800watt electromagnet.....
Anderson showed the direction of the tornado effect that he wanted to avoid.

Look at the pic i attached...

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #14 on: November 26, 2016, 09:00:11 am »
uhhh.....Kevin? 

If some have the unedited version of the Herman Anderson interview somewere, please share it now.
I dont have it. Thats for sure.
But we do have the video that at the end shows us the sigarbox with electronic steering circuit.
I understood that that box came from Herman?
The rest of the sparkgap and options on magnetic fields we just have to try.
I believe i have enough knowledge now for a proper attemp.
Dont forget that i have a degree in high frequency electronics and 10 years of doing watercells in many published and un published projects....

Dont give up hope.

Herman was the real deal.



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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #15 on: November 30, 2016, 17:00:27 pm »
Update:

The idea of 3d printing all plastic parts have been cancelled.
The more or less affordable plastics are not resistance enough against a pH acid environment.

It made me go back to polycarbonate plates and fuse them with Dichloormethaan annex Methylene Chloride.
The good thing is that the cell will be transparant and very strong.
The bad part is the amount of work .........
Polycarbonate is strong, UV resistant and also KOH water resistant. It is allowing magnetic field and EMF waves thru.

Hope i made the right choice.