TinMan Calls it Quits

Matt Watts


Lynx

Re: TinMan Calls it Quits
« Reply #1, on July 4th, 2015, 01:53 PM »
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I can no longer do what i want to do without limits being imposed
Just what kind of limits is he talking about?
Trolls doing what trolls are supposed to do?
Most unfortunate in that case.
I like his youtube clips, he's really a no nonsense straight up guy telling it how it is, the World needs more of his kind.
Too bad.

firepinto

Re: TinMan Calls it Quits
« Reply #2, on July 4th, 2015, 03:06 PM »
That really sucks. 

I think everyone needs a good break from it at some point in their lives.  It takes a lot of time and money to do this stuff.  Before you know it, other things you wanted to do in life have passed by. 

I think he will be back if the situation becomes right. 

~Russ

Re: TinMan Calls it Quits
« Reply #3, on July 6th, 2015, 09:23 PM »
Quite Egh? well one things for sure, his presence will live on.

But i have a feeling he will be back eventually. sure the "bully's" can be tough, but a strong willed man line the TINMAN will carry on!

~Russ

Diadon

Re: TinMan Calls it Quits
« Reply #4, on July 7th, 2015, 01:02 AM »
Most unfortunate news indeed. I hope he will still be watching the forums every now and again to give us rookies helpful critiques. He has taught me an awful lot about electrical systems. I am sure his reasons for leaving are important, and he has his own path to walk.

-Diadon

Matt Watts

Re: TinMan Calls it Quits
« Reply #5, on July 10th, 2015, 06:33 PM »
It might be interesting for you all to continue following the OUR thread.  It appears TinMan had a running device, closely checked by several people (9 watts in, 14 watts out) and then got "the visit".

Hard to say for sure what the real story is, but if it is true, there you have it.  Better make all your stuff fully documented and OpenSource as you go.

element 119

Re: TinMan Calls it Quits
« Reply #6, on July 10th, 2015, 08:04 PM »
Yes it's a shame no one saved or copied Tinman's  3 videos and re-posted them... They were quite interesting. I think he did find a OU method...

The question is was "The Visit" real or was it even a bad thing? If he did have a true OU motor/generator maybe he wanted to take advantage of making some $ from it...? Could not blame him if he does.

I know Tinman took part in the PMBO so it seems someone could get in touch with him and maybe have him come here and give us an update on what is going on...(hint, hint) it would be nice to find out the status of the project. Maybe he could re-post the vids here and stay away from youtube?

Wish Tinman all the best and hope he ok...

element 119

PS     Matt I saw the 3 vids did you get a chance to see them ?

Matt Watts

Re: TinMan Calls it Quits
« Reply #7, on July 10th, 2015, 09:46 PM »
Quote from element 119 on July 10th, 2015, 08:04 PM
PS     Matt I saw the 3 vids did you get a chance to see them ?
I have the last one stashed in several places for keepsakes.

As far as bringing him here...   Probably never going to happen.  If you read in the OUR thread, TK said he would attempt a replication if possible.  I can assure you though, TK's replication will not be COP > 1.

element 119


Lynx

Re: TinMan Calls it Quits
« Reply #9, on July 12th, 2015, 12:33 PM »
Any schematics to go with that.........?





:whistle:

element 119


Matt Watts

Re: TinMan Calls it Quits
« Reply #11, on July 21st, 2015, 07:10 PM »
Quote from element 119 on July 21st, 2015, 06:48 PM
He is back in the game.   :)
Well that was short lived...

And Luc Choquette (shock it) is now a moderator over there.  How about that.  Good choice in my book.

Lynx

Re: TinMan Calls it Quits
« Reply #12, on July 21st, 2015, 09:38 PM »
Let's hope his limits are gone then, always a pleasure watching his videos :thumbsup:

Matt Watts


element 119

Re: TinMan Calls it Quits
« Reply #14, on August 2nd, 2015, 10:01 PM »
Yup I wonder how well this would fit in with the text books?   :)   :)
I'm betting not at all.........   :)

Matt Watts

TinMan Is Back
« Reply #15, on October 15th, 2015, 11:33 PM »Last edited on October 15th, 2015, 11:39 PM
This is quite interesting.  It's an embedded inductor within a toroid core and it first glance seems to double the output power:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mC8bwuZAMYo

Speculating on its mode of operation a bit, it would appear it is following a principal similar to my Lenz-Locker Transformer.  The idea here is the back EMF from the inner secondary has a non-complete path back to the primary, since the inner secondary only has the inner core to magnetize--it cannot influence the outer core where the primary is wrapped.

Is this a COP ~ 2.0 device?

Might be.  Probably worth a shot at building one and seeing for yourself.
TinMan is Back
« Reply #17, on October 17th, 2015, 09:36 PM »Last edited on October 22nd, 2015, 06:02 PM
Test #2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_V4VqFSlCxY

133% efficiency or a COP of 1.3.

I do recall TinselKoala claimed he could take any device capable of COP 1.3 or greater and make it loop.  I think we should give it a try.