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« Reply #24 on: September 29, 2009, 18:51:20 pm »
I've seen his jig and other videos on rewinding the alternator, I'm thinking of doing something similar.

When you are putting the new coils in the stator, did you come up with any simple ways to make sure you are always putting the coil in in the right orientation? This is something I figure I will have to play with to understand completely, but any tips you have on that would be nice.

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« Reply #25 on: February 24, 2010, 20:03:49 pm »
I figured to post another picture of my tubeset.
Finally after moving have been able to start playing again.
Nothing has become of this photon experiment yet.
Most of my problems are due to being a little uneducated on the electronics, even though I know a little I lack alot in this area.

Thinking that photon's will aid in the strength of gas produced by pulling the electrons out to further orbits the gases will take on a stronger charge.
The charged gases may give more bang for the buck.

Here's a picture:ftp://
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