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    The 3d Monopole Coil How To Build

    This thread is dealing with a 3D printed 12 pole Monopole that can run on crystal cells and Capacitors for a very long time. As I have seen on the internet Meany building what they call Easy-Spin motors, but they are all Monopoles Energizers even if changed to lay vertical instead of horizontal. The monopole was termed by me in the late 70’s and it has gone through many changes up to 2015. This is very well documented.
    I allowed Rick to make kits even if he changed them, which he did. The original Monopole used barium Ferrite Magnets and later on used Strontium Magnets. However in the Earth Lights I showed Iron-less coils in simple monopole energizers along with many YouTubes on this Energizer they call now the Easy-Spin. We did not have 3D printers so everything had to be made in the machine shop in my lab until Rick F took it upon himself to re-invent my machine. The Easy Spin is a monopole and it does not make any difference weither you face the coils north and south, why because the Rotor uses all north facing poles or south facing poles. The best working Monopoles use pulse charging and Linear Regulators and may be looped if connected right. The monopole must be in attraction mode to work at the highest efficiency and that would be a COP of 1 people missed the mechanical energy which must be added into the equations.
    The 3D printed motors/Energizers follow the patent of which you can use up to 360 poles, reed switches, hall devices and self- triggering, single triggering circuits that would be one big machine as the Ferris wheel proved that when coils get that big charging batteries is nothing.
    So I hope you will follow along with this project I’m hoping that Tom Childs, Erik Nissen join in as we all have 3D printers and make parts available through Teslagenx .com as I will be working this project with them. I also will be working on a 3D printed Window motor running on capacitors. I will also be working on a much bigger version 3D printed Monopole and the reason is the cost. I will also be updating the Crystal Battery in a 3D printed version and be adding things I have never discussed about them.
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    John,

    We are in on this project with both feet! Teslagenx has recently sourced another pair of Printers which brings the company total to 3. as soon as we have worked thru all the manufacturing hurdles and Design changes required we will begin manufacturing these and also the accompanying circuits as part of the kit. Eventually we hope to manufacture many different printed parts for John's Technology.


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    Thumbs up

    Well now this is something new. I had the same idea last year. Things happen...I guess for reasons such as this.

    Thank you...both and look forward to seeing where this goes.

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    I have a question about 3D printers - any comments? http://www.energyscienceforum.com/showthread.php?t=3075
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    I just ordered this: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...IN=B00OCG91IK/

    It's the exact same one John is building all his projects on right now and it has a scanner and is apparently easy enough to use.

    The reviews are about 3+ stars, but most of the bad reviews are for the scanner, but from what I've seen, most scanners aren't that great because it is still to much in its early stages.

    Anyway, excited to get it and start printing some projects.

    It also seems to be rated pretty good for beginners and is inexpensive for what it does.
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    Tom we have four printers and a two color printer robo looks good has a big build plate so looks like it is possible to do it 10 inches in diameter.
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    3D printed Stator

    Just finished printed stator and base about 4 inches in diameter.
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    Looking good John!

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    Hi John --

    I am looking forward to this new Energizer kit and seeing it run on crystal battery cells.
    I am also looking forward to seeing the COP formula that adds in the mechanical energy into
    the equation. I have built many crystal battery cells and they do work fine but how many of
    them in series will it take to make the
    Energizer run?

    -- James

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    HI JB,

    you must have gotten the 3D printers since the conference.. It's great that you can now 3d print things..

    I will have my 4 Head Stacker 3D printer the last week in Aug. cant wait....!!

    In the mean time, I have been working on my 3d model Window Motor, Stand, etc....., so that all the pieces will be ready to print, and test as soon as the printer gets here.....

    I based this small WM on the SG size magnets, and is a magnet that everybody has laying around, or can get real easy. Might not be the best magnet for this app, but easy enough to get.....

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