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Free Atmospheric Electricity Powers Small Motor – Tesla Radiant Energy

Published on Nov 25, 2013 by lasersaber

I have always wanted to test a radiant energy motor. This little motor is the beginning of my research in that direction. In the near future I will be making larger more powerful motors. The precision required will probably require my 3D printer. Stay tuned for future updates.
Links to books and website: http://laserhacker.com/?p=332
Video correction: The 2000+ watt device was built by Jules Guillot.

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8 Responses to Free Atmospheric Electricity Powers Small Motor – Tesla Radiant Energy

  1. rbeason says:

    Excellent post…Admin…
    Thank you for it!!!!

  2. NC says:

    Wow! I just finally checked on the pricing of a 3D printer on Amazon. Not bad. I thought these things were in the $4,000-$5,000 range. You can actually get one for around $1100-$2000. Almost as much as a good, brand new graphics computer if not cheaper. Not bad. Almost makes me want to buy one.

  3. NC says:

    I just have one question about these 3D printers. (Forgive my lack of knowledge on the subject). How does it know how to print something out in 3D to the right specifications. I mean it’s not like a 2D printer where you can just click on a button and it prints what you see on the computer. How do you get the specifications to program it to print out something and where do you load it into the system? I guess I’ll have to do some more research on it. Maybe it’s less complicated than I am making it out to be. Who knows.

    • NC says:

      Ok. I just saw a video on it. Fascinating. They can just scan the damn object, select the color and print. Absolutely amazing!

      • diggerdan says:

        Yes NC, those 3D printers seem awesome don`t they. I just gotta find a way to save up some money. I was kind of wondering how much that powder and that other stuff costs, The printers seem reasonably priced for what they make like they can do but it is the other stuff I am wondering about.

        • NC says:

          Same here. The 3-D scanner actually costs more than the printer. About $1400 on Amazon. The parts however, seem to be only in the double digit range of around $35-$75.

          • diggerdan says:

            For what could be done with a decent set up, it would be well worth it. Especially if you are a farmer.

  4. Nottoobitter says:

    Not sure how this got into 3d printing but it was a good post on atmospheric energy. Laser hacker dot com is a cool site.

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