Starship Coil Winding

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Introduction: Starship Coil Winding

About: I am a thinker, and I am a nerd/geek that also loves technology and computers equally. Going to be posting again soon afeter a very long hiatus....

this is a starship coil winding intro#

Step 1: Winding and Points

#start at 1 then go to 6 then to 11 then 4 then 9 then 2 then 7 then 12 then 5 exetera.

Step 2: The Wires

after finishing winding wrap the wires around the first pin#

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    13 Discussions

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    NickN101
    NickN101

    1 year ago on Introduction

    Great information. A question please. Any idea on how to wind a starship coil with 14 points like the one on David Sereda's website mantra coil?

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    nerd7473
    nerd7473

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I am currently working on studying the magnetic field of this coil I wound one ten times and I want to figure out how the magnetic field moves.

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    studleylee
    studleylee

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Ok, cool....please add more on you thoughts and uses for these. Aspergers is a gift of focus.

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    nerd7473
    nerd7473

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I have made several starship coils and use anywhere from a 9v battery to a laptop charger that uses around 12v (I think it is 12v anyways).

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    nerd7473
    nerd7473

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I also forgot this inductance as well

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    nerd7473
    nerd7473

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    just move magnets and stuff look up the different uses on YouTube like speakers and 'over-unity'

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    nerd7473
    nerd7473

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I have used it to flip magnets and to study magnetic fields

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    nerd7473
    nerd7473

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    creating overunity or making a speaker