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Directory of tools that can assist in bringing forth leading-edge, clean energy technologies.

Milling

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Latest / There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Classifieds: Sean (CLaNZeR) Offering Custom CNC Milling Services - In response to my article, Career opportunities abound in free energy, master replicator, Sean (CLaNZeR) from the U.K. is putting out feelers to see about offering his professional services to build other people's prototypes or kits as a career. Let him know if you are one who would like to take him up on this, as he may be freed up in the next couple of months to start doing this. (PESWiki November 20, 2010)

Construction Tools

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Directory:Electromagnetic > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Directory:Sean CLaNZeR > CLaNZeR's CNC Coil Winding Machine - One of the most well-respected free energy replicators, Sean CLaNZeR of CNCDudez has launched a KickStarter campaign to raise money to do a run of 100 CNC Coil Winding Machines. They've already built and delivered several of these. Pledge to get one. (KickStarter October 30, 2012)
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Directory:Electromagnetic > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Directory:Sean CLaNZeR > Coil-winding machine > CNCDudez Coil Winder Rodin Starship Coil Add-on (link fixed) - CLaNZeR writes: "This add-on will allow Rodin StarShip Coils to be wound by machine rather than hand. I know in the past we have used a CNC machine to do them, but again it was too slow. We hope you will like the speed that this machine can knock them out." (YouTube / CNCDudez December 10, 2012)
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Directory:Energy Efficiency / Directory:Tools >Foamy Invention Could Save Energy and Lives - The ultra-high-strength composite metal foam created by Afsaneh Rabiei may be used in airplanes, boats, and structures that need impact protection, while maintaining strength and being low weight, hence increasing efficiency. (Live Science Oct. 17, 2008) (Thanks Congress:Member:Adrian Akau)

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Thermal Leak Detector by Black and Decker Helps Cut Heating Costs - The Black and Decker Thermal Leak Detector can spot hidden leaks (red for hot, blue for cold). The Thermal Leak Detector can recognize any change in temperature by as little as 1, 5 and 10 degrees Fahrenheit (adjustable). (GoodCleanTech Dec. 5, 2008)

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'Small' research at MSU leads to advances in energy, electronics - A Michigan State University researcher and his students have developed a nanomaterial that makes plastic stiffer, lighter and stronger and could result in more fuel-efficient airplanes and cars as well as more durable medical and sports equipment. (PhysOrg July 31, 2008)

ABC Technology - Focuses on supplying Global Solutions composed of all in-house technologies and

manufacturing processes: Coilwinding, Component assembly, Plastic injection, Molding and overmolding.

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How to Make Super-Strong, Super-Flexible Metals - Researchers at Caltech are pioneering new ways to make superstrong metals that are twice as tough as titanium, and twice as elastic. These "metallic glass" composites are so strong a 3mm rod can support a 2-ton truck and they bend instead of snapping like most other metals of their kind, which are called "glass metals." (Wired May 12, 2008)

Comment: There is a company, Liquid Metal, which already has these types of alloys in the market. They have been around for years. (Daniel Bowers)

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Working Model 2d - Mechanical simulation program for making devices virtually then seeing how they work. Movies can be exported to AVI format. Pricey at $4000 US, after 30-day evaluation. (Thanks Eric Vogels)

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Electric Power Plant Design (PDF) - 135-page manual by the Army Corps of Engineers could come in handy as a reference for those of you contemplating utility-scale designs and costs. Covers several sizes and types, the largest of which is 30,000 kW. (USACE Jan. 20, 1984)

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eMachineShop - These guys can make darn near anything, and can do it in nearly any material you'd like, at a reasonable cost. And they provide a free CAD package to do it in. Other exotic resources mentioned. (PESWiki)

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Infolytica Corporation specializes in electric motor design and analysis software - 30-year-old company offers CAE software for magnetic, electric, and thermal analyses. Engineers from a wide range of industries use Infolytica's software to design and analyze applications such as electromechanical devices, induction heating, power electronics, sensors, and industrial transformers.

Cold Weld: Magnetic Pulse Welding - Process developed by Pulsar Ltd., Israel, does not use heat but uses a ultra short magnetic pulses. Advantages: Can weld aluminum to steel, nickel to titanium. "Cold fusion between metals." Takes 1/100,000ths of a second to weld. Single micron precision possible. Single system capable of welding one million parts per year. (Pulsar Welding Talks to BMW Haaretz Aug. 18, 2004)

Photo Molecules Flip Current - Many labs are working to make electronic components from molecules. Such small electronics would be faster and more powerful than today's versions. Now, researchers have made an electronic light detector from peptide molecules. (MIT Technology Review Sept. 21, 2004)

[Comment: Could be integral in solid state ZPE, which has been proven to be manifest on the nano level.]

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Ultracapacitor Technology Breakthrough - Technology breakthrough enables BOOSTCAP cells and multi-cell modules to store more energy and deliver more power per unit volume and last longer than any other commercially available ultracapacitor products. (ZPEnergy June 8, 2005)

Metal-Cooled Computing - Some metal combinations are liquid down to as low as 7ºC and are being considered for cooling super-fast PCs. (MIT Technology Review July 11, 2005)

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