3D PRINTED MONOPOLE MOTORS

You may be familiar with 3D Printing and the fact that it truly is one of the most disruptive technologies to surface. It’s also becoming less expensive and more user friendly putting it in reach of more and more people. Some people are already using 3D Printers to create small monopole type motors and other parts for their energy projects and for the most part, many of these devices are actually based on one or more concepts that are protected by John Bedini’s monopole patents.

John Bedini’s 3D Printed Monopole

John Bedini has been researching and testing many different designs using 3D Printers as well as circuit designs that nobody else is working with for these small scale models and he is about to start sharing a lot of his work on these projects here: http://www.energyscienceforum.com/showthread.php?t=3073

John also mentioned that he is doing some work with crystal batteries that is not like anything he has done before and these will be running these small monopoles. Make sure to check out the discussion thread directly above to see what may be coming!

DaVinci All in One 3D Printer/Scanner

If you’re interested in 3D Printing but don’t know where to start, the DaVinci All In One printer/scanner is recommended because of it’s low cost and it’s relative ease of use. Go here to get the same 3D Printer that John Bedini is using for most of these projects: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00OCG91IK/?ie=UTF8&tag=maimounas-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B00OCG91IK/

 

2015 Energy Science & Technology Conference Panel Discussion

This is a panel discussion of 7 speakers at the 2015 Energy Science & Technology Conference.  Speakers in this video, which is moderated by Jeane Manning, author of Breakthrough Power include (from left to right): Eric Dollard, Al Throckmorton, Graham Gunderson, Jeane Manning, Aaron Murakami, Jim Murray, Paul Babcock, William Lyne, Douglas Lindstrom.