Devcon 10110 Steel Putty

Matt Watts

Devcon 10110 Steel Putty
« on May 26th, 2015, 04:15 PM »
Has anyone used Devcon 10110 steel putty as a core material?

It would appear this material could be highly useful for forming cores of various shapes.  I would think it to be magnetic if it contains steel.

thx1138v2

Re: Devcon 10110 Steel Putty
« Reply #1, on May 26th, 2015, 05:35 PM »
percentages by weight
30 - 60% iron
1 - 5 % titanium
10 - 30% ether resin
10 - 30% silicon

Datasheet

firepinto

Re: Devcon 10110 Steel Putty
« Reply #2, on May 26th, 2015, 06:31 PM »
Tinman is doing some experiments with some kind of liquid metal putty.  He has a coil and core embedded in it.  He is getting some weird results.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87Lgu4lNCa8

Matt Watts

Re: Devcon 10110 Steel Putty
« Reply #3, on May 26th, 2015, 07:15 PM »Last edited on May 26th, 2015, 07:18 PM
Quote from firepinto on May 26th, 2015, 06:31 PM
Tinman is doing some experiments with some kind of liquid metal putty.  He has a coil and core embedded in it.  He is getting some weird results.
You're too sharp Nate.  This is exactly what I am referring to.

His good video is still unlisted.  The results are better than weird.

I'm experimenting with the concept and I am seeing similar results.  A core inside another core with windings in between has characteristics worthy of serious investigation.  TinMan suspects near the core center, time quite literally slows down and it can be seen by the lengthened pulse widths emitted from the windings in there.

firepinto

Re: Devcon 10110 Steel Putty
« Reply #4, on May 26th, 2015, 07:46 PM »
Interesting.  I wonder if full contact with the outer core material is required, or can it be a removable design.

Matt Watts

Re: Devcon 10110 Steel Putty
« Reply #5, on May 26th, 2015, 09:38 PM »
I tried placing a toroid wrapped with windings inside another larger toroid, then wrapping windings around both.  I can see on the scope the pulse width expansion, but I cannot get the device to loop.  What I'm wondering is how strong the field inside needs to be and if you focus this field by the application of the correct amount of load.

I do tend to think the inner core must be completely surrounded by the outer core to achieve maximum effect.

Lots more experimenting to do before we hit on the secret...

Lynx

Re: Devcon 10110 Steel Putty
« Reply #6, on May 26th, 2015, 10:23 PM »
Hubba hubba.
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A steel-filled epoxy putty that cures at room temperature and is designed for filling, rebuilding, and bonding metal surfaces.
http://www.devcon.com/prodfiles/pdfs/fam_tds_101.pdf
So, finally something fairly easy-to-use for making your own cores.
Me likes :-D

kenssurplus

Re: Devcon 10110 Steel Putty
« Reply #7, on September 17th, 2015, 10:37 AM »
Quote from Matt Watts on May 26th, 2015, 07:15 PM
You're too sharp Nate.  This is exactly what I am referring to.

His good video is still unlisted.  The results are better than weird.

I'm experimenting with the concept and I am seeing similar results.  A core inside another core with windings in between has characteristics worthy of serious investigation.  TinMan suspects near the core center, time quite literally slows down and it can be seen by the lengthened pulse widths emitted from the windings in there.
Would this be similar to what TinMan is observing?

Russian manipulation of time -Vadim Alexandrovich Chernobrov

I know this is somewhat old but still applies?
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The device achieves travel through time, according to its inventor, by utilizing strong magnetic fields that resonate about the capsule and affect the natural flow of time and causality by literally increasing or slowing the flow of time.
 
During experiments, Chernobrov has shown that very precise chronometers, synchronized before the field is energized, experience a significant divergence in time after one has been placed inside the time machine while the other is kept far from the energized field as a control.

Matt Watts

Re: Devcon 10110 Steel Putty
« Reply #8, on September 17th, 2015, 12:56 PM »
Quote from kenssurplus on September 17th, 2015, 10:37 AM
Would this be similar to what TinMan is observing?

I know this is somewhat old but still applies?
The thing I would like people to consider is that W.B. Smith stressed there is along with a magnetic and electric field, one more field referred to as the tempic field.  These three fields compose what he termed the Field Fabric.

I agree it may sound like a crazy idea, but what if he is correct?  Best I could tell, there was no motivation for him to say this and in fact, by saying it, probably was fairly detrimental to his career.  So one has to ask themselves, could this be truly how the universe is wired.  If it is, then most all of our formulas and laws of electromagnetic induction/propagation are missing a key aspect to their full and complete operation or mechanics.

The tempic field then is associated with time and entropy.  And if you consider we have three dimensions to organize space, why not three fields that occupy space.  Next, consider the magnetic and electric fields; they can be manipulated.  Is there any reason the tempic field cannot be treated the same.  Seems to me if we really are able to understand these principals, constructing a device that utilizes them should be well within our capability.  It's easy to dismiss a time machine as science fiction, but this may only be true when we limit our exploration to just two fields of force.  When we add the third field, not only does it become quite possible, but rather obvious.

I think the magic is all in the geometry.  If one puts the right pieces in the correct places, we can unlock a whole new world of discovery.  Somehow Brad's putty coated toroid core does this.  If we look at it in a conventional sense, it will be too easy to dismiss.  If we look at it as a device someone like W.B. Smith would have been interested in, then we have a chance to see how it may really work and make significant improvements to it.