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Re: My new approach
« Reply #440 on: May 12, 2024, 17:03:57 pm »
I did the first two tests

To resonate the coil in parallel and in series

It seemed there is a voltage signal mostly triangular


It resonates as predicted

It resonates. Between which components?
Any voltage readings that you can log?

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #441 on: May 12, 2024, 18:21:12 pm »
Is a relief to be able to try finishing it actually
Lot of fun and work hard!

Now I’m thinking how to make this giant coils with perfection.. not going to be so easy I guess

The tests were as expected the bifilar show exactly the voltage across the water and not the resonance

This is supposedly what is needed to get it to work

Hope this small tuna count is enough to get at least some level of amp restriction and prove what I’m saying

Than the big coils will simply do the rest of the job

I will send you some videos  on the zap group

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #442 on: May 12, 2024, 18:33:29 pm »
The voltages are actually very small because the coil is small so it has low inductance reactance


Should be somewhat over 120v per amp resonanting


The resonance is in one of the bifilar coils the capacitor is connected in parallle with it

The cell is connected to the start of the bifilar coil terminations to be clear

And the secondary on the end of it on its terminations

Simple as that

Than e get a diode to make it block the voltage generated on water from coming back to the sedocndaey


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Re: My new approach
« Reply #443 on: May 12, 2024, 20:11:47 pm »
I just had the cleverest idea of the day

Instead of building a transformer winding machine and code for it

I will use my 3d printer with 4th axis to do it using the y axis as wire directioning

And a small dc motor to keep the wire tensioned

This will give exact number of turns

I just need to do the coil former perfect for it and the way to make it fit in

Also I will hav to trick cura to think the 3d printer is printing like the helical coil I did

But probably will need to make a custom Goode for it

Any one want to help please?

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #444 on: May 13, 2024, 14:11:50 pm »
I’m using fluidnc as my CNC controller I build like 2 years ago for an attempt to make a CNC milling machine

At the time I could not buy the spindle so it got stuck

So instead of using the 3d printer for the coils I will use my CNC seem a better idea

I just hope it don’t get disconnected or something

As I never used I’m having a hard time figuring out again but seem I left it working

I was going to build it to make a plastic injection helical piston but also that machine got stuck because I ran out of money at the time

So if you want to help maybe we could maybe find how to do this gcode

I also was thinking a manner to create a circuit that controls the current of the tensioning motor based on a position sensor attached to a spring

I’m terrible at analog stuf if you can please help would be very appreciated !

That said the news is that the stainless steel resistance and magnetic properties seem to make the electrodes almost transparent at the used feequencies because of the skin effect increasing its resistance to induction

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #445 on: May 13, 2024, 14:19:30 pm »
The gcode seem simple

The rotation 100 turns for 33mm walking 0.33mm steps back and forth raising 0,33mm every time it change direction

My difficulty is to understand how will work… if I can pause … how will it behave etc

How to set the machine 4th axis gcode for example is also a mistery to me

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #446 on: May 14, 2024, 13:19:11 pm »
Yesterday I got sick while cleaning the birds shit from my CNC

I may be able to continue when I get out of my bed soon


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Re: My new approach
« Reply #447 on: May 14, 2024, 16:15:50 pm »
Get well soon, Fabio.
Go shoot the shitty birds :-)  :) :) ;D ;D