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Author Topic: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils  (Read 242351 times)

Offline Mk1

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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #120 on: April 05, 2010, 05:56:23 AM »
@Egoose

Yes you are right , sorry i did not notice that i load the wrong picture .

Right now i use 1k pots , but with those merged circuit the resistance value really need to be reevaluated .

To charge a super cap .047 farad 5.5 volts without going over 5.5 v is almost impossible , the meter can't read fast enough .

Now that circuit got me thinking about making a third one powered by the output from both circuit .

Both coil work great side by side but the output is greater when one inside the other.

Mark


 

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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #121 on: April 05, 2010, 06:19:44 AM »
@Egoose

Yes you are right , sorry i did not notice that i load the wrong picture .

Right now i use 1k A , but with those merged circuit the resistance value really need to be reevaluated .

To charge a super cap .047 farad 5.5 volts without going over 5.5 v is almost impossible , the meter can't read fast enough .

Now that circuit got me thinking about making a third one powered by the output from both circuit .

Both coil work great side by side but the output is greater when one inside the other.

Mark

No worries Mark, thanks for clarification.

Yes, if you are looking to 'close the loop' you will have to watch the tolerances of the caps otherwise a few might blow up!

E-Goose

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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #122 on: April 05, 2010, 06:23:20 AM »
Mark

Did you try the new coil jig and ascertain whether the effect/output is the same as winding 'circular' on a cardboard form?  I'm just wondering whether that very minor difference will effect performance.

E-Goose

Offline Mk1

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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #123 on: April 05, 2010, 04:48:53 PM »
Mark

Did you try the new coil jig and ascertain whether the effect/output is the same as winding 'circular' on a cardboard form?  I'm just wondering whether that very minor difference will effect performance.

E-Goose


I did not like my first jig , i will have access to a press drill today and can't wait to make a new coil , i will have more detail later today ...

Mark

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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #124 on: April 05, 2010, 07:40:01 PM »
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Pictures of the new Jig ...i need more nails !


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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #125 on: April 05, 2010, 08:19:24 PM »
Wow Mark,
This is a nice job and very promising.
I need a drill press to make one of those as well.

Did you try that in cardboard?
I am assuming you have and the pressures got too big for the cardboard.

My other question is about how many layers you will be making.
You only need 2 on the cardboard design. Or, really only one layer but with 2 wires.
Is that single layer  part of the design the same for now?

thank you,

jeanna

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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #126 on: April 05, 2010, 09:08:43 PM »
Wow Mark,
This is a nice job and very promising.
I need a drill press to make one of those as well.

Did you try that in cardboard?
I am assuming you have and the pressures got too big for the cardboard.

My other question is about how many layers you will be making.
You only need 2 on the cardboard design. Or, really only one layer but with 2 wires.
Is that single layer  part of the design the same for now?

thank you,

jeanna

First the picture , the big one is the one i used , its 47 pegs 15 layers 3 turns , i needed it to be at least 3 cm tall .

What i plan on doing to make one then take the nails off turn the coil a bit put the nails back and put the second layer , then the secondary then 2 more layers winding the 2 new coil in the hole left by the nails .

I could also go one layer/pickup coil/second layer/pickup coil/first layer/ pickup coil /second layer , nicely wound together .

God knows i will see.

Also i new thing came to my mind the layer can go in the same direction the coil dose or not (smaller drawings)


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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #127 on: April 05, 2010, 09:52:13 PM »
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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #128 on: April 05, 2010, 11:21:02 PM »
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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #129 on: April 05, 2010, 11:59:39 PM »
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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #130 on: April 06, 2010, 11:16:55 PM »
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Some things to report , it takes 192 inch of wire per layers.

I had to do it like 3 or 4 times to get it wright , markers should be placed to show the right nail for the first revolution, if you mess up you only know at the end ... After that its real easy you just need to keep good tension on the wire , it can be done under 10 minutes per layers.

The wire is 24 gauge , i did not notice when i bought it but it sliver colored , copper in the middle , i hope this will not mess it up .

I wonder what it is ...

Mark


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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #131 on: April 08, 2010, 01:03:44 AM »
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Here is a video , that shows what i am talking about ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SO3dXCsyBC4

Also i just got 3 meters of 8 gauge wire , i cant wait to test it.

Mark

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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #132 on: April 08, 2010, 03:25:20 AM »
Now thats a nice movie!

Gave me goose bumps to "see" what you have been saying about the
Shape!

Very cool to be able to see it!

Thanks
Chet
PS
you need a scope!!

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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #133 on: April 09, 2010, 06:05:43 PM »
@all

Here are some pictures of the next gen of my coils ...

Now i need to do this one more time .

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Re: Fibonacci, platonic solids and Vortex coils
« Reply #134 on: April 09, 2010, 07:04:28 PM »
Nice job Mark, I cant wait to see what that thing can do!

  ;D