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### Author Topic: 3D Printer work wanted  (Read 2468 times)

#### DonEMitchell

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##### 3D Printer work wanted
« on: November 02, 2021, 02:44:47 PM »
Hello hello 3D printer owners with a twist,

I know 3D printer mills are online, but I'd rather hire someone already into torus knots (Rodin coils, starship coils, any coils on a donut).

Here is an illustration of 1/8th of a torus knot support frame as grooves like a wooden wedge... (made with POVRay)

https://groupkos.com/dev/index.php?title=File:GOTK_13-8_3-group_wedgie2.jpg

How would I go about locating one of you guys with time and desire with a 3D printer and a bit of experience to make a few bucks?

Is there a member exchange here?

This isn't about Rodin or others, but a different take on generating scalar waves with a 3:2 torus knot (trefoil)... which is hidden inside the 13:8 torus knot depicted in the wedgie illustration linked above.

There's some math discussed at the link, and I'll clarify whatever is needed.

When electrically energized across the outer diameter of a solid torus knot conductor, current flows from one side to the other in two paths around the knot loops, a left- and a right-hand helical path, clockwise and counter-clockwise around the torus.

Here are those two helical paths abstracted on a donut (torus) surface in red and green...
https://groupkos.com/dev/images/13-8_gotk_green-red-hand_3-group.png

There is magic geometry happening here!

The red and green paths flow current in opposite directions.  The 13:8 knot is almost the helical-slope of a 3:2 knot, and the result is a 3-phase 3:2 knot with four windings per phase.

This makes a three phase 3:2 knot times four.  And it is smooth and symmetrical for high-power resonance studies probing toward formation of a macro boson (glowing sphere, the quest of the old guard in the Tesla community, per Bill Beaty).

That boson forms as a spherical tension when scalar-energies form sufficient resonant accumulation, per my source.

The reason this is important enough to me to pay someone to print it (or carve it in plastic) is because a cancellation of magnetic flux occurs, partially, between the red and green halves, which always flow in opposite directions --due to the geometry and the Fibonacci magic.

So this is a bifilar 3-phase trefoil.

And, when activated with the super-duper gee-wiz alien ring amplifier of light...

Just kidding...

When activated from six points with six-wire three phase (push-pull chopped D.C.) in step-phase rotation (achieved by 3-qty 1-kilowatt flip-flops built with MOSFETs or better), the cancellation at resonance creates the set and setting the system was designed to do.

Building these donut wedgies for hire would be ground floor on this development launch of the two decade design discovery.

Oh, and maybe I should ask... is it OK to discuss antigravity tech from Wilbert Smith (1950-s)?

Warm regards from an old guy,
DonEM

This project involves real amateur science by a newbie woodworker.

#### Thaelin

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##### Re: 3D Printer work wanted
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2021, 10:31:08 PM »
What print material, current use is Petg.  Dimensions of size?
thay

#### DonEMitchell

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##### Re: 3D Printer work wanted
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2021, 02:50:20 AM »
Who are you.  Do you have a printer?  Do you have torus knot making experience? Will you provide copyright for hire on the drawings if paid?

Others that want to respond please provide, and message me privately.

#### ramset

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##### Re: 3D Printer work wanted
« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2021, 12:53:51 PM »
Thay is the kind of man you could shake his hand and be done ( trust .. a man of his word)

Honor ... also an open source man !

Wilber Smith as I recently learned ..was also such a man ( open source man ?)
Or am I mistaken ?

Respectfully
Chet K

#### Thaelin

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##### Re: 3D Printer work wanted
« Reply #4 on: November 05, 2021, 03:23:43 PM »
I see you are seeking a person with a printer "and" Cad exp. Sadly, I am deficient in that area badly. About all I can do is to load up a .stl and print it.

Didn't mean to lead you on thinking I could.
thay

#### DonEMitchell

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##### Re: 3D Printer work wanted
« Reply #5 on: November 05, 2021, 07:01:00 PM »

3D printing is to assist duplication of Wilbert B. Smith's tensor beam on a donut rather than a Caduceus coil on ferrite.

I think Smith was quite cool --and what Canadian isn't?  I've gathered YouTubes and links here on Smith...

https://groupkos.com/dev/index.php?title=Category:Wilbert_Smith

This is Wilbert B. Smith, Radio Engineer for Canadian Dept. of Transport (1950-s).  He monitored UFO detection equipment from ionospheric monitoring station involved with AM broadcasting.  He detected a UFO on Aug. 8, 1954 (my birthday, tee hee).

Smith got a radio communication from off-world human aliens, and gathered instructions from contactees from coast to coast (they ran the "Second-Story Project" which was the Canadian equivalent of Project Bluebook) that enabled him to assemble a tensor beam that became receiver for direct mind communication on the 'tempic fabric of reality.'  What Smith's coil did was slow down the rate of the passage of time.  Things aged slower in places near the coil.

The slow-time phenomenon curled into a spherical instance as it hugs a copper coiled donut may just create a dimple in time.  I can't explain it to anyone what for trying, sorry.  I understand, but the words don't carry over to others.  I've really really tried.

But, I'm not going to try to make this work in any big way, until I find out what FCC things I would hail down upon my head.  Not to mention stepping on classified military channels with scalar noise.  I.e., I'm not putting ten thousand watts on any toroid.  Mom didn't raise any dumb kids.  Well.  Maybe one.

What I want to do is release the coder!

I'm a retired coder... and have some past involvements with Soviet category theory that can analyze a very sparse sampling of the ring-oscillator (on a donut) period variations.  It's nothing more than analyzing the variations in period lengths of oscillator edge-jitter <-- all another story and boringly black and white.  Huh?  I.e., if the oscillator is running at say 20 megaHz, a period length of one oscillation could be sampled at perhaps 10K samples per second with sufficient resolution to track the things going.

Former Codasaurs Hex --Over

Thay is the kind of man you could shake his hand and be done ( trust .. a man of his word)

Honor ... also an open source man !

Wilber Smith as I recently learned ..was also such a man ( open source man ?)
Or am I mistaken ?

Respectfully
Chet K

#### DonEMitchell

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##### Re: 3D Printer work wanted
« Reply #6 on: November 05, 2021, 07:48:17 PM »
What print material, current use is Petg.  Dimensions of size?
thay

Hey Thaelin!  Sorry, man... I felt evil after reading your response to my curt, I didn't mean to cut your person short, but did, didn't I?

I would want a very low dielectric constant for one test, and a very high dielectric constant, for another test.

At radio-frequencies, and especially dielectric immersed in an A-B wave (cancellation stress on the atom's electric field --which has the atom's mass bound into it, and therefore has a rather low coupling frequency)  electron's will quantum jump into a dielectric.  If much power is lost into surrounding dielectric then a literal quantum-jumping LC tank would be implemented by controlling dielectric thicknesses touching the length of the copper resonators at interesting frequencies (in later versions) that make the system fade into transparency.  (Gotcha!)  But do think with me... what if part of the coil were a half second in the past?  Can you see into the past?

But low freq. for an atom is in regard to a magnetic density wave where the wave peak traveled at one million meters a second is yet fast enough. (1.094 X 10^6 Hz-meter-seconds)  It's a velocity, actually, and that's why the resonator is scale dependent to create the proper surface velocity of the standing resonant wave) That is Znidarsic's velocity, VsubZ.

The printed donut frame, with grooves for the conductors, needs be mostly hollow for the cost and speed.

But hey!  A 3D milling machine would carve out something workable too... experts present please advise!

The first prototype is for proof of the circuit that will create time-slots for the magnetic flux to fill, and blend harmonically into a rotating vortex.  <-- innovation for me, unaware if it's common, but remains non-disclosed so a coding team can have some hope of attracting investors that want to own clear copyright, not IP made public.  I would rather be fully open source, but in consideration of what the coil would do it is not prudent, anyway.  I wouldn't want your gonads  sterilized any more than mine.  But it would be your neurons and mental health I'd be more concerned for.

But the general design starts with three one-kilowatt power-flip-flops (discreet power transistors) connected in a ring, which oscillates as fast as the signal propagates.

Oh... as the first prototype is as a  circuit-proof, I'm arbitrarily starting with something affordable for the donut...

I would want eight wedgies for 13:8 knots times three on a donut about one foot across.  The hole in the middle will be 1/6.854 of the major diameter (middle of the donut ring).

Trivia: using that ratio above, and a 13:8 helical slope, there is not one rational number in the parameters of the donut and coils... except for the knot ratio = 13/8 slope = 0.0069 unit error from the golden ratio.  The test is upon a golden donut.  With nearly zero integral relationships, there should be no 'corners,' per se, to hold harmonics... enabling this coil to be pushed into non-harmonic energy levels higher than harmonic amplification can go.  (That's new stuff, found in EE degree dissertations or progressive electronics companies --I just stare at them, I don't understand them, much.)

That's where the magic will happen if the magic happens.  And if I grow giant over-confident gonads, and put a few thousand watts upon this thingie, it may pop up a giant glowing sphere much larger than the coil... and there should be nobody nearby for pity sakes.  Telemetry will be used even if the gov were to say, "Mr. ReverseEngineer, just have at it."

HOWEVER if there is someone(s) that want to go this course alone, and damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead, but for an NDA, I'll be glad to help you be first by sharing everything you can absorb <-- for a reasonable tutor's fee (\$20 grand plus expenses, etc. and you're on license to kill yourself with lack of knowledge and too much zeal. There's more going on than I can teach Earth-side.)

Penitently yours,

DonEM
Amateur Engineer and Newbie Woodworker reverse engineering alien science in a country home

There's not even one Ph.D in sight when a fellow needs one.

Honestly frank:  My fantasy is that a retired Skunk Works guy would introduce me to the right people to get permission to build just and only five powerful units for more unexplained reasons.

Mom's dumb one --over

#### DonEMitchell

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##### Re: 3D Printer work wanted
« Reply #7 on: November 05, 2021, 08:13:40 PM »
I see you are seeking a person with a printer "and" Cad exp. Sadly, I am deficient in that area badly. About all I can do is to load up a .stl and print it.

Didn't mean to lead you on thinking I could.
thay

What a sweet heart, thanks, Thaelin!

Maybe I'm over my snit now.  I could go on to spend more time looking for help than getting it done... or enabling you to work on your 3D printer off of another's design, or such.

Geometry should not be secret.  The geometry is 3-qty helices on a donut in copper.  The framework STL file is a development, and effort involved of functional expertise is a craft of trade.

I wrote some VB6 code a while back that creates a 13:8 torus knot STL file, but only of a line entity, which doesn't print. Being old (ish) and recollection challenged, wish me luck finding it on my hard drive, and give me a few days/weeks.  I'll need to lurk different forums for what it takes.

If I work one-on-one or one-on-a-team with printer/CNC blochs, there wouldn't be pay involved.

The project would be open source, and that amounts to open-sourcing STL code for a 'golden orthogonal geo-magical torus knot.'

Legal bla bla bla...

I'll keep copyright of the STL file.  The STL code for printing this project donut which needs to be owned by the open-sourcing-principle for authority to release publicly defendably.  Open source initiative cannot use a remedy of law to prevent commercialization if they don't own the source copyright.  That is assignable, to me. Anyone that wants in on this project that does not want to assign copyright of any code work they do over to me, in exchange for the knowledge of this project, is a project adversary, and stays out of the circle of the inner group of esteemed knot heads.  Easy rules.  My game.  All contributors will be celebrated anywhere the information goes.

Thanks for letting me vent, Gentlemen and what Ladies may, I feel better now.

Transparently,
DonEM