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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #16 on: May 17, 2009, 22:32:15 pm »
how the hell did this topic get out of control
sh*t happens
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dankie's wire cannot be wound bifilar at all.
Why not?
Too brittle? dielectric of 2,5kv/mil is ok.

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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #17 on: May 17, 2009, 22:36:01 pm »
some are quick to conjecture when the puzzle doesn't just fall together in the fast and timely manner they wish for.... i guess its there way of getting stress of there shoulders?

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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #18 on: May 17, 2009, 23:03:31 pm »
no john has recieved the wire from dynodon and has compared it to dankies to only find out dankie cut corners on the coating.

dankie's coating is not ML heavy build.

it does not have the specs he claims.

not removing stress off my shoulders....believe me there is more in my life then a coil.

dankie has done more harm then good by not being true.

stanley meyer's wire is properly coated.

dankie needs to re-coat his wire.

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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #19 on: May 17, 2009, 23:28:32 pm »
no john has recieved the wire from dynodon and has compared it to dankies to only find out dankie cut corners on the coating.

dankie's coating is not ML heavy build.

it does not have the specs he claims.

not removing stress off my shoulders....believe me there is more in my life then a coil.

dankie has done more harm then good but not being true.

We just recently discovered this , John tested out the Dyno wire a few days ago . Nobody expected physical vibration to be such an issue . Gauss made his coil work , not evrybody has destroyed it like you Kinesis . I

All my customers will get as much wire as they want , if you feel its too difficult to get the job done , I suggest you buy a small orer from Dynodon or JohnBostick . I dont believe there is any Dynodon wire left tho .

I know for a fact that it can work , you just nhave to keep the thing cool thats all , put it in a ice bucket and let it stay there ...

If we get a proof a concept with the Dyno wire , I will order a new order this time around and refund my unhappy customers with proper wire .

There will be no cash refund ,




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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #20 on: May 18, 2009, 09:09:28 am »
it was not heat that caused shorting......i kept only one choke connected the other choke was completely disconnected from the entire circuit.

i was getting the unipolar double pulse and placed my probe on the second choke to see it's reaction and it INSTANTLY SHORTED OUT....just from the probe touching it......(probe acting as a load)

ELECTROJOLT AND I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM.

i would love to see GAUSS'S success.

the wire cannot handle any power....IT CANNOT AND WILL NOT HANDLE 40 WATTS....REGARDLESS IF IT IS 1KV AT .04 AMPS OR W/E COMBINATION.....THE WIRE'S COATING JUST CAN'T HANDLE ANYTHING.

YOU WIRE CAN ONLY WORK IF WOUND SEPERATELY AS IN FIGURE 10-3A.

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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #21 on: May 18, 2009, 15:00:58 pm »
the shaking is because the 400 series SS is magnetic.  when the copper choke is powered the magnetic field is attempting to move the SS just like an electromagnet works.

Someone earlier mentioned Steven Meyer said 300 series needs to be cold worked.  Cold worked SS in the 300 series make is magnetic.  The nickel mixed with the 300 series is the cause of it being non magnetic.

If you think about it Copper wire is not magnetic - so why does the SS need to be?  The effect should stil be present.

As for the wire coating - keep the bifilar wires lined up perfectly and use tape between the layers.  The copper coating should hold up even if the SS coatings fail.


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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #22 on: May 18, 2009, 16:41:22 pm »
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Someone earlier mentioned Steven Meyer said 300 series needs to be cold worked

steven does mention cold rolled and 300 series.. but he is speaking of the cell plates not the wire i dont think.. he brings it up and trys to pull attention toward what the silicon in the stainless does when its cold rolled.. think about what happens if you try to cold form glass.. you cant it will shatter.. so hes trying to tell us somthin about that.. he also says how its interesting how it forms a bunch of little triangles in the material.. what he means by this i think is that the silicon is forming some type of prism configuration naturaly with the cold rolling.. the silicon cracks into smaller defect crystals which are good light multiplyier.. if you watch the most recent mit vid i posted. it is about semi conductors and it kinda explains silicons reations in semi conductors.

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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #23 on: May 18, 2009, 16:47:40 pm »
it was not heat that caused shorting......i kept only one choke connected the other choke was completely disconnected from the entire circuit.

i was getting the unipolar double pulse and placed my probe on the second choke to see it's reaction and it INSTANTLY SHORTED OUT....just from the probe touching it......(probe acting as a load)

ELECTROJOLT AND I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM.

Yes it is true, my VIC chokes shorted out very fast (less than 5 minutes)