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Author Topic: New accelerating gravity wheel ! Converted video from www.newenergymachine.com !  (Read 591118 times)

Offline Harvey

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I contacted this fellow quite some time back and there were 3 things that impeded progress. 1. Hospitalization. 2. The frame was ripped apart during a test and was being re-engineered. 3. He was working on some other project that was consuming his time while he awaited the re-engineering.

I haven't heard anything new, has anyone else?

Cheers,

Harvey

Offline noonespecial

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I think the only relatively new thing is that his website is back on line. It appears that he is off looking at hydrogen generation at this point and has taken a break from the gravity wheel so I don't expect any new updates any time soon.

Offline Hugo Chavez

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Bob,

I hope you understand Open Source and how we work around here.

peace.
I think he was invited to come and describe his work, not give it away.  I've seen many of the invites on youtube.

Offline noonespecial

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I think he was invited to come and describe his work, not give it away.  I've seen many of the invites on youtube.
I agree. It would be extremely unfair to Bob to expect him to come here and give away his design after what appears to be years of trial and error and hard work, for us to reap the benefits through no effort of our own. He has already divulged more than a lot of others would have.

Offline LarryC

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I agree. It would be extremely unfair to Bob to expect him to come here and give away his design after what appears to be years of trial and error and hard work, for us to reap the benefits through no effort of our own. He has already divulged more than a lot of others would have.

He has the patent applications that are in process. We are not here to reap the benefits, only to replicate so that others will believe it does work because of our replications and to spread thruout the world that such a wonderful device exist. It is also a safety barrier to him (from the energy barrons) when others can replicate. And yes, we need his help!

Regards Larry

Offline 4Tesla

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Starting with a small wheel is good.. his was too big, hence the frame falling apart.  How long are you both making the armature?

Jason

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Armature?

Offline 4Tesla

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arm/wheel...

Offline noonespecial

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Mine is 18". Should be large enough to see if it will work.

Offline LarryC

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Starting with a small wheel is good.. his was too big, hence the frame falling apart.  How long are you both making the armature?

Jason

I did some stand along sling testing and as expected the longer lengths have an advantage,  so I'm going for 24" on each side of the arm, same as Bob's, but with less weight. I still have some issues to work out so I'm sure I will take longer than Charlie. 

Regards, Larry 

Offline 4Tesla

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4 feet!  I think I'm going to try 2 feet (24" or 12" on both sides from the center).  Do you use any graphics software?  I'm learning the freeware GMAX 3D model software.  It takes awhile to learn, but they have a great tutorial.  I plan on using it to design my gravity wheel.  Check out the pyramid by Nightwynd using GMAX http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,5172.msg115152.html#msg115152

Jason

Offline noonespecial

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I agree with Larry that a longer arm will produce more power. I'm going to try and compensate by using more weight. I'll be slinging about 4 pounds of steel weights. I've got the arms and weights completed but now I have to build a new stand because this design rotates off of one side. The cam will be stationary and will mount to the other side.
I may add in locations for flywheel weights for good measure if required.
« Last Edit: July 31, 2008, 04:08:22 PM by noonespecial »

Offline ltseung888

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Sorry for the interruption. 

I just could not resist the temptation of explaining the theory of the Bessler Wheel according to the Lee-Tseung lead out theory.  Please see:


http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,2794.msg117433.html#msg117433

Offline 4Tesla

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4 feet!  I think I'm going to try 2 feet (24" or 12" on both sides from the center).  Do you use any graphics software?  I'm learning the freeware GMAX 3D model software.  It takes awhile to learn, but they have a great tutorial.  I plan on using it to design my gravity wheel.  Check out the pyramid by Nightwynd using GMAX http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,5172.msg115152.html#msg115152

Jason

GMAX is great, but a lot to learn to use.

I going to also try Google SketchUp and eMachineShop.. anyone know of other easy to use FREE CAD/Model/Graphics software to get your design ideas on to the computer.  Sounds like Google SketchUp is easy to use.. I'll let you know.. I'll also check out eMachineShop.

Jason

Offline LarryC

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GMAX is great, but a lot to learn to use.

I going to also try Google SketchUp and eMachineShop.. anyone know of other easy to use FREE CAD/Model/Graphics software to get your design ideas on to the computer.  Sounds like Google SketchUp is easy to use.. I'll let you know.. I'll also check out eMachineShop.

Jason

Yes, I would also like to get better with Google SketchUp, but I have my basic design drawn and spending to much time looking for other solutions.

Bob's said "springs have to be compressed for the first revolution". So both outside springs are set for the first revolution, implying that the springs are latched, easy to do with my gate latch solution. But when the machine starts in the vid the weight is lifted to the top, indicating that the weights are also latched in the up position.

Regards, Larry