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Author Topic: New Member with Questions (Solid State Circuit Experiments)  (Read 4941 times)

Offline MrOrangeman555

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Hello,

I happened to be researching "Miniature Tesla Coil" one day and I happened by the "Slayer Exciter" circuit...and the breadcrumb trail leads here.

1. Being an Illustrator and one who respects copyright, is the slayer exciter patented, or is it a fairly universal concept? I would prefer to create an alternative circuit using capacitors than to tread on someone's copyright.

2. What is "overunity.com" about? Is it a simple hobbyist site or is there another philosophy behind it? (Religious?)

Also, for your own use, I'd like to present this 3d model I've made available to the public, free. Its Tesla's tower visualized to some accuracy. Feel free to use it in your own presentations, websites, and products:

here --> http://www.clipartillustration.com/11110/free-illustration-tesla-magnifying-transmitter-aka-wardenclyffe-tower-a-technological-work-of-art/

Offline slayer007

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Re: New Member with Questions (Solid State Circuit Experiments)
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2011, 04:38:46 PM »
Hello,

I happened to be researching "Miniature Tesla Coil" one day and I happened by the "Slayer Exciter" circuit...and the breadcrumb trail leads here.

1. Being an Illustrator and one who respects copyright, is the slayer exciter patented, or is it a fairly universal concept? I would prefer to create an alternative circuit using capacitors than to tread on someone's copyright.

2. What is "overunity.com" about? Is it a simple hobbyist site or is there another philosophy behind it? (Religious?)

Also, for your own use, I'd like to present this 3d model I've made available to the public, free. Its Tesla's tower visualized to some accuracy. Feel free to use it in your own presentations, websites, and products:

here --> http://www.clipartillustration.com/11110/free-illustration-tesla-magnifying-transmitter-aka-wardenclyffe-tower-a-technological-work-of-art/


MrOrangeman555 you can find more info in this thread.

http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=8977.0

Or at the EF under Joulethief SEC Exciter and variants.


Offline MrOrangeman555

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Re: New Member with Questions (Solid State Circuit Experiments)
« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2011, 08:32:26 PM »
thanks
« Last Edit: July 10, 2011, 05:51:31 AM by MrOrangeman555 »