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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #8 on: November 25, 2007, 20:46:48 pm »
i cant wait to see your cell put together!

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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #9 on: November 26, 2007, 11:43:02 am »
Stevie

Looking good!! Maybe a premature question, but how many liters per minute gas at how many Watts are you aiming for with this cell?

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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #10 on: November 26, 2007, 11:50:56 am »
Stevie

If it might help:
Here is some information about the Variable Pulse generator used by Meyers.
The attached schematic also list the parts to be used (i.e. 7490 and 7404). Usually one sees this schematic without knowing which parts to use....

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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #11 on: November 26, 2007, 17:18:08 pm »
Stevie

If it might help:
Here is some information about the Variable Pulse generator used by Meyers.
The attached schematic also list the parts to be used (i.e. 7490 and 7404). Usually one sees this schematic without knowing which parts to use....

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Wouter

Wouter,

Thanks for the schematics. Its always good to have these on the forum.
As far as I can read these, I assume that a squarewave is produced in this circuit.
It looks a little bit more stabil then the circuits with 2x 555 timers, like the dave lawton circuit.
Do you have this circuit running?
Can you publish the output on this forum?
Would be appriciated.

And do you have any thoughts about what kind of signal you need for a WFC?
We have some idea's and we wanna share it with you, but first we need to know how far you are on this subject.

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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #12 on: November 27, 2007, 10:21:35 am »
Hi Steve

I only recently came across this schematic and have not tried it out myself, but saved it because
I wish I had it when I started studying Meyers several months ago!
Obviously you can use a Dave Lawton circuit but if you intend to duplicate Stan's setup as close a possible to the information in his patent, then I believe this schematic would be a good place to start.
For my own Meyers setup I am using a pic microcontroller to generate the square wave.
Unfortunately I had very little success with Meyer's approach thusfar, so I am now looking into Bob Boyce's approach.
Busy getting all the components to build a Boyce setup.....Wish I could be of more help.....

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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #13 on: November 27, 2007, 12:14:31 pm »
Hi Steve

I only recently came across this schematic and have not tried it out myself, but saved it because
I wish I had it when I started studying Meyers several months ago!
Obviously you can use a Dave Lawton circuit but if you intend to duplicate Stan's setup as close a possible to the information in his patent, then I believe this schematic would be a good place to start.
For my own Meyers setup I am using a pic microcontroller to generate the square wave.
Unfortunately I had very little success with Meyer's approach thusfar, so I am now looking into Bob Boyce's approach.
Busy getting all the components to build a Boyce setup.....Wish I could be of more help.....

Wouter

Wouter, so you go for the Bob stuff with extra chemicals in the water?
We are trying here to go for the non chemical solution.
I understand that you failed with the Stanley Meyer schematics, because Hydro and I made the same mistakes.
After many hours of research from him and me and after many evaluations of his movies and patents we made some really good conclusions.
We hope to teach you what we found out.
To give you some info about Meyer:

Many people are looking for a fixed resonance frequency of water.
There is none.
The VIC and many other components are NOT used for creating H and O

We can explain almost everything of Stanley and its not for nothing that Stanley was killed.
Some money backers of Stanley found out that he knew a way MUCH easier to make a car run on water.
They feld be traid and killed him.
Stanley was a very clever man, but he knew how to run a car on water.
I believe that Hydro and I can do the same. We are going to prove it soon.
As you can see, I am building a new WFC.
We are are also working on alternators.....
You should too.
Learn about alternator. Go the path Stanley did and you learn to understand his developing path.
If you understand what happens between an alternator and a WFC, you can rebuild that in electronics...
Running a car on the output of a WFC is also a very interesting chapter.

Did you have good tubes with your Stanley tests?

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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #14 on: November 29, 2007, 09:59:25 am »

Wouter, so you go for the Bob stuff with extra chemicals in the water?
We are trying here to go for the non chemical solution.
I understand that you failed with the Stanley Meyer schematics, because Hydro and I made the same mistakes.
After many hours of research from him and me and after many evaluations of his movies and patents we made some really good conclusions.
We hope to teach you what we found out.
..........
Did you have good tubes with your Stanley tests?

Steve
Steve

I agree that the non chemical approach is the ideal. It's just that I have spent so many hours and money on Meyers without success. But I still believe that Meyers can work because of the video where he runs his buggy for about 20 minutes on one large cell. Thus I have not given up on Meyers and will be too glad to learn more from you and Hydro!

I still have several 316 tubes (and some 316L) of different sizes that I used for my experimentation up to now.

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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #15 on: November 29, 2007, 10:11:26 am »

Wouter, so you go for the Bob stuff with extra chemicals in the water?
We are trying here to go for the non chemical solution.
I understand that you failed with the Stanley Meyer schematics, because Hydro and I made the same mistakes.
After many hours of research from him and me and after many evaluations of his movies and patents we made some really good conclusions.
We hope to teach you what we found out.
..........
Did you have good tubes with your Stanley tests?

Steve
Steve

I agree that the non chemical approach is the ideal. It's just that I have spent so many hours and money on Meyers without success. But I still believe that Meyers can work because of the video where he runs his buggy for about 20 minutes on one large cell. Thus I have not given up on Meyers and will be too glad to learn more from you and Hydro!

I still have several 316 tubes (and some 316L) of different sizes that I used for my experimentation up to now.

Wouter

Wouter, to get real good results, I advise you to go thru this forum. You end up with an alternator and driver motor. Tubes with cap space of max 2 mm and PURE WATER. No chemicals.
I promise you succes with that.


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