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Author Topic: New to mechanical switching.  (Read 1722 times)

Offline antimony

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New to mechanical switching.
« on: May 19, 2016, 11:01:45 AM »
Hi guys.  I am a new to electronics, and i have had problems with some of my replication projects not working properly, or not working at all.  :) Mostly with the Bedini and other motor generators that i have tried to replicate.

I am reading the Bedini handbooks, and in the second book Peter Lindemann is writing about the mechanical switching and i was thinking about trying it.
Do anybody here have experience with mechanical switching and can direct me to a tutorial of sort, or something like that?

I am going to make some Silver Nitrate to plate copper strips that i will use as brushes, so thats my first step.

Thanks in advance.

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