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Title: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: Jumpsman23 on March 09, 2007, 01:41:42 PM
Here is a new web link http://tinyurl.com/386e6v which goes directly to the website with Kim Zorzi?s ambient heat air engine concept.  This shorter link will allow for easier access.  The original web site address is http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Generator_from_Ambient_Air_by_Kim_Zorzi 
This webpage was created on PESWiki by Pure Energy Systems.  This webpage was created on March 13, 2007 and also appeared on www.freeenergynews.com as a news article for people all over the world to see.  His contact information is at the bottom of this site.

The open source engine concept is self-fueling and self-running.  Kim is ready to build a prototype. 

Good Journey,

- Jesse Small

Other website of interest relating to this concept:  http://www.aircaraccess.com - this site was designed by another researcher and great person named Scott Robertson. 
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: bitRAKE on March 09, 2007, 02:28:43 PM
Why must a prototype be built before more imformation is released?
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: idnick on March 09, 2007, 04:03:01 PM
The concept isn't new. Been around for a long time.

I got a notice in the snail mail about a month ago for plans to build an air motor. Can't remember the price but was about $12.95 US. I filed it in the round file, better known as file "13" so can't give anymore info. about it.  If I get another offer of it  I'll post the info.

Dave
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: FredWalter on March 09, 2007, 04:57:49 PM
If a prototype is successfully built, information how to build it will be shared freely with the world.  We believe in helping others and this is very important.

Why must a prototype be built before you share this information?

If you share this information then other people will try to build it, whether or not there is a prototype.
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: idnick on March 09, 2007, 06:21:42 PM
If a prototype is successfully built, information how to build it will be shared freely with the world.  We believe in helping others and this is very important.

Why must a prototype be built before you share this information?

If you share this information then other people will try to builtd it, whether or not there is a prototype.
Can't hardly wait for the answer on that question, Fred   ;)
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: acp on March 09, 2007, 08:33:55 PM
and God bless you too, scammer.........

Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: FreeEnergy on March 09, 2007, 10:24:52 PM
we heard it all... if it's not open source technology you wont find investors here...


peace
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: CLaNZeR on March 09, 2007, 10:56:32 PM
Where do these figures come from?

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Be built for around $10,000 ? $30,000 (USA dollars).
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Whatever happened to Proof of Concept that used off the shelf parts or homemade efforts, rather than bumping a R&D price by involving companies that claim so called special technology?

Confused as I live in the real world where if you search around you can indeed build something that is quoted as:

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He has been working on a very simple, low cost, free energy technology
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Like the other guys stated, share and it will be built, there is enough of us people in these forums with enough faith!!!, or maybe we are just mad LOL  ;D ;D


Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: Jumpsman23 on March 10, 2007, 02:34:01 AM
Good to hear everyones replies.  We just thought that it would have been better first to build a prototype to show proof of concept.  This way everyone that would want to build the air engine would know for sure, whether or not it works.  This project is currently open sourced.  All information will be released now for anyone that wants it.  Kim wants it this way.  As I said in my original posting, Kim will share all information. 

For anyone that is interested, just email me and I can give you his phone number and you can get in touch directly with Kim by phone if you choose.  Kim lives near Houston, Texas.  For those of you that want to contact Kim directly by email, his personal email address is ULAmerica@aol.com. 

Kim is not yet a member of this forum that is why his information is not posted.  I strongly encourge anyone that is interested though, to email him directly.

- Jesse Small
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: Want2Invent on March 10, 2007, 03:36:30 AM
Hi everyone!

This is my first post. I'm wondering if the claims of Jumpman and Kim are true. Can someone here verify the veracity of the claims? Maybe a few of the old timers here can give an opinion of some sort.

Btw, I'm from the Philippines. Anybody here from my country?

Regards to all. :)
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: hartiberlin on March 10, 2007, 04:32:44 AM
Hi Jumpsman,
please don?t post the same message in many categories.
I deleted it in the other boards.

Just make the concept open source and then you will get
many responses, if this will work or not.

Regards, Stefan. ( admin)
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: FredWalter on March 10, 2007, 04:59:12 AM
ULAmerica@aol.com

I've sent him an email asking him if he would mind if the construction details/etc were posted to this thread.
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: Jumpsman23 on March 10, 2007, 06:35:57 AM
The $10,000 - $30,000 figure is just a general estimate of what the costs of parts, and labor will be from a local machine shop.  This air engine cannot be built for free, unless you know someone with a machine shop that can offer a free service or very cheap rates.  Kim knows a person in Texas owns a machine shop and Kim said that these are the estimates he came up with if he chooses to use this person to build the engine. 

Again, remember that $10,000 - $30,000 are estimates, that include all the parts.  Generators are going to be needed for this design also and they are not cheap.  Parts are going to have to be machined.  It's not complicated, but its not free either.  Not all parts are readily available off the shelf, like I said, some have to be machined.  For further technical details on the design and construction of this engine, please contact Kim Zorzi directly at his email, or email me and I'll give you his phone #.

Look, I've read all postings here from everyone, since I originally posted here, because I want to include everyone in the open sourcing of this technology concept.  That's why I said anyone that is interested, its best if you speak directly with Kim himself.  His email is posted above.  Also, if you'd like to speak with him directly I can get you in touch with him by phone.

We are going to move forward with the construction of this air engine, regardless of what anyone thinks.  I dont have time to respond to every negative comment.  There are alot of very smart people on this energy forum and others. 

Dont judge anyone or anything unless you've investigated it further for yourself.  Like I said speak with Kim directly and judge for yourself.

- Jesse
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: Jumpsman23 on March 10, 2007, 06:57:58 AM
Hi Stefan,

It's good to hear from you.  I want to apologize about posting the same message in different rooms.  For now on I will post in only one.  Thank you for the clarification.  Yes, I agree with you 100% that this should be open source, and that is exactly what Kim Zorzi and I want it to be.  So, yes this is an open sourced project for everyone, anywhere in the world.

Good Journey,
Jesse Small

Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: FredWalter on March 10, 2007, 12:38:25 PM
This air engine cannot be built for free, unless you know someone with a machine shop that can offer a free service or very cheap rates.

There are members of this website that have machine shops. For those people, once they have the plans, their only cash outlay will be for the materials.

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Generators are going to be needed for this design also and they are not cheap.

If you know the expected RPMs and power output of the air engine, then it shouldn't be that hard to make an axial flux permanent magnet alternator to match the engine. I base this statement on what I've seen people do in the home-made windmill area:

http://www.fieldlines.com
http://www.otherpower.com
http://www.scoraigwind.com
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: FredWalter on March 13, 2007, 02:27:45 AM
I've exchanged a couple of emails with Kim. I've attached the summary document that he sent me.
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: idnick on March 13, 2007, 10:09:47 PM
Jumpsman23

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"We are going to move forward with the construction of this air engine, regardless of what anyone thinks.  I dont have time to respond to every negative comment" end quote


It sounds like you are a part of the project, so why don't you just post all of the open source info on this site and that way nobody will be bugging Kim Zorzi with e-mails and phone calls??   You keep insisting we get ahold of Kim  ???

Dave
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: Jumpsman23 on March 14, 2007, 03:20:34 AM
Reply to Dave "idnick"

Hi Dave

Yes, I am a part of the project, but I am not the inventor.  I am Kim Zorzi's friend.  I am helping him.  I dont have all of the open source information that Kim has.  Every week, Kim is coming up with new designs, updates and features for this technology.  People are not bugging Kim with emails and phone calls.  It is best that people get a hold of him and this is why I insisted they do this.  That way people are communicating directly with the inventor himself.  This is the most efficient form of communication.  It is best people communicate with Kim also, because he is the person that best understands this technology.   All questions can be addressed to him, and he will give accurate responses. 


Kind Regards,
Jesse Small
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: idnick on March 14, 2007, 05:38:15 AM
Jesse Small

Thank you for the reply.

Dave
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: Jumpsman23 on March 25, 2007, 07:18:26 AM
Dave you are most welcome for the response.
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: Jumpsman23 on March 25, 2007, 07:20:44 AM
This was a weblink to PESWiki webpage.  I moved this link from here to the 1st posting on this board.
Title: Update on self fueling air engine concept & project
Post by: Jumpsman23 on May 27, 2007, 03:59:54 PM
http://ultralightamerica.com/air_power.htm - This is a link to Kim Zorzi's personal updated website about his air engine concept and project.

He is ready to begin construction on a prototype as soon as possible. Oil prices are at all time highs and will continue to rise with no end in sight. The time has come for the world to utilize alternative energy technologies such as this.

Contact information for Kim is listed on this website and on this specific page.
Title: Re: Self-fueling/self-running air engine concept ready to be built
Post by: PYRODIN123321 on December 16, 2009, 01:48:13 AM
A  Plane/Spaceship! Cool!

http://ultralightamerica.com/edavVI.htm