Circuit Schematics with little intro. and how I ended up in the Bedini Circuit:
Most folks who have little experience in electronics aren't able to read schematics let alonesoldering components onto a circuit board to get a working gadget. I am one of them. I am aSwiss Tool and Die Maker, have therefor little knowledge in electronics. Looking at aschematic, it is evident that applying the proper mechanical and practical technique one can'tpossibly work it correctly without experience and proper schooling. Soldering componentsthrough a board did not work for me. I remember John's comment, the closer everything issoldered together, the better it works. Not until I omitted the board did it finally work. Once Ifigured out by trial and error, how to solder up the John Bedini Circuit, I made drawings for easy visualizing of the different soldering joints and component arrangements. Image 3 and 4are such drawings. Click on them, select all, copy and paste into Word, if you do not haveWindows Picture Tool in your browser, go to Windows View menu, tool bar, check off picture tool bar, click on text wrapping, click through, on the main tool bar reduce page size onyour main bar from 100% to 25% go back to picture tool bar and click format picture (paintpail) size tab, scale from !00% to 80%, go to rotate left 90 degrees on the same tool bar, clickto neutralize ------> print. What is a drawing good for if you can't read it? I know there arepeople who do not know how to extract and copy readable drawings out of a computer! I wasone of them just a few months ago (Dec. 2005).I hadn't known the difference between a resistor and a capacitor or what the function of atransistor was. So when I stumbled into the peswiki.com/index site I found the following Bediniforum in January 05:http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Bedini_SG/messages/I could not help noticing the very negative, sly and deceptive behavior of some people inthese forums obviously with second agendas who are taught to meddle in, falsify Dada anddiscourage progress while doing a lot of misleading/deceptive talking getting you nowhere or being
very busy not showing you enything
you can truly learn from. With other words;
if you nullify in your mind any negative and none productive comment
concerning theBedini technology or any subject for that matter and gather all positive threats, then you'll getsome where. I learned not to open up any closed files (if you do, keep track of it) from thosegroups
or answering individuals privately
after I ended up with three Trojan horses and a I-Worm/Bagle in my AVG virus vault.Here is an example of what happens if people trust others in a forum. Several people of theforum had rotors machined by a certain machinist only to be disappointed and ended upcomplaining of poor workmanship and Rick even complained of the poor attitude themachinist had towards the forum list. I don't know about you , but
I smell a rat here
. I workedas a machinist for a number of years and can't fathom scrapping a simple rotor work peaceon a dividing head index, never mind a whole bunch of them, unless done purposely!!Don't be surprised if your local machine shop either refuses to machine your rotor or runes it,because many owners have been bought by the elite. It happened to me twice in differentshops of BC, even in the same town!!! "money talks". Best is to buy your own equipment. Itwill be well worth it.Remember this one, but no offense
Only a fool trusts people whom he does not knowpersonally!
Selfishness and a lack of love for the neighbor is the reason people can't betrusted. All negativity stems of the opponent and
everything positive is of God our Creator .