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How to Build the Hyper Dimensional Resonator? (With photos and schematics/plans)

Discussion in 'Time Machines and Experiments' started by Yoshian1Z, Jun 16, 2014.

  1. Yoshian1Z

    Yoshian1Z Active Member

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    How do I build the Hyper Dimensional Resonator?

    I've bought most of the parts at Radio Shack, and I don't know where to start at since I can't find any instructions? Anyone who has built an HDR themselves, please help!
     
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  3. Num7

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    I'm pretty sure HDRKID will be able to help you. Too bad Cmac is no longer posting, as he built several HDRs on his own, as far as I can remember.
     


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    Yoshian1Z Active Member

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    Thanks HDRKID, I don't have the time coil or the banana plugs yet, but I will buy them soon.

    Now, how is the inside of the HDR put together? I notice that there's a circuit board, some copper wire, and some tape to hold the stuff. Also, what about the electromagnet?
     
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    Yoshian1Z Active Member

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    Alright, what does the HDR plug into, and how is the plug-in switch assembled?
     
  7. Einstein

    Einstein Temporal Engineer

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    Here is a pic of how the time coils and magnet plug into the HDR;

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    And this pic has some excellent inside detail on the switches hookup;

    [​IMG]
     
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    Nice pics there, man. I don't remember seeing any pictures of the inside of an HDR for a very long time.
     
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    Einstein Temporal Engineer

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    I found those on the internet. My hosting service provider went belly up. And I'm not going to use Google.
     
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    Yoshian1Z Active Member

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    Thanks!

    So, the HDR is wireless, and doesn't need to be plugged into a wall?
     
  11. Einstein

    Einstein Temporal Engineer

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    NO! It does plug into a wall. Here is a pic showing the electrical wire coming out of the left side of the HDR.

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