- Dec 15, 2005
the only iron I could get wasn't like the soft grey iron ferrite, and I can use it ok like test it by running it to a large battery it works, but for some unknown reason when I try to test it on either of my 3 hyper dimensional resonators it keeps blowing the 3 amp fast blow safety fuse so ill try it again latter and replace the 3 amp fast blow fuse with a higher current rating fuse and see how it goes then , I have no fuse blows when I use the mild steel core electromagnets well only a few times but I then replaced the 3 amp fuse with 4 amps and its ok again since, ive uploaded videos of my hdr electromagnet demonstrations onto my YouTube channel all good so far iron is grey but if you look at some of the electromagnets for hdr s on YouTube they look like steel to so far ive got no real problems, and my milligaus meter reads full from the fields and at a meter away or so, so the field s are, nice and strong and to have the fields of one of them mystieriously shut my cam corder down if I get to close every time is bizarreAw, why not an iron core?
I think iron is very underrated next to steel (but I think it'd better )
Do the time coils have to be made of coiled guitar cords? Why can't they simply be made of aluminum or copper sheets?The time coils are made from a segment of coiled guitar cord. The guitar cord is attached to some lamp cord. The ends of the lamp cord have banana plugs attached to them.