Building my own radionics box

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Building my own radionics box

Postby vogelsided » Sun Apr 14, 2013 6:51 pm

Hello,

I want to share with you that I’ve been working on building my own radionics box in the last few weeks. It hasn’t been easy for me to get all the materials locally to make this happen. In fact I have been replacing some materials instead of the recommended ones.

I would like to build a 6 dial machine, but since it has been difficult to get the crystal quartz, I will go for a 3 dial one for the moment. I’m still short of one piece of crystal quartz though. The crystals I’ve found so far are single terminated and I’m not sure whether this is ok or not.

For the sticky pad I thought I could use PCB to make the spiral coil (please see pictures below) and for the sticky surface I will use a clear acrylic plate that I will put on top of the PCB spiral coil.
When I was making the PCB I wasn’t sure whether the direction of the spiral was the correct one. I mean, whether it had to be clockwise or counter clockwise. The one I printed is counter clockwise

For the witness plate I plan to use a piece of PCB without any printing.

Could you please give me feedback on my work?

My questions are:
1) Can I use single pointed crystal quartz
2) Can I use PCB for the witness plate
3) Can I use PCB to make the coil for the sticky pad
a. Can the coil be rectangular instead of circular
b. Which should be the direction of the coil: clockwise or counter clockwise
4) Can I use transparent acrylic for the stick pad
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Re: Building my own radionics box

Postby sorynzar » Tue Apr 16, 2013 7:04 pm

Looks like you have it all planned out. Personally I'd use those etched coils for both input and stick, you can do away with the plain copper plate then.

My questions are:
1) Can I use single pointed crystal quartz
2) Can I use PCB for the witness plate
3) Can I use PCB to make the coil for the sticky pad
a. Can the coil be rectangular instead of circular
b. Which should be the direction of the coil: clockwise or counter clockwise
4) Can I use transparent acrylic for the stick pad


1) yes thats not a problem, I use them myself.

2) You can, but if you were going for the plate option I'd use a piece of solid copper sheet.

3) That's not a problem either.
a: Rectangles are fine, I know what a pain it is designing circular coils on PCB software! Make sure the edges arent too sharp on the rectangular coil.
b: Spiral in for input, and spiral out for output and stick.

4) Yes you can use acrylic, though a piece of phenolic or Bakelite would be good. Failing that stretch some natural rubber or latex over the PCB.

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Re: Building my own radionics box

Postby aMortalDreamer » Tue Oct 22, 2013 7:05 am

Is it possible to have a printable copy of that dial on your box, it would mean a lot. I'm in the process of finishing my first box. Thanks in advance. :D

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Re: Building my own radionics box

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Re: Building my own radionics box

Postby JosephMax » Tue Oct 29, 2013 5:17 am

vogelsided wrote:
My questions are:
1) Can I use single pointed crystal quartz
2) Can I use PCB for the witness plate
3) Can I use PCB to make the coil for the sticky pad
a. Can the coil be rectangular instead of circular
b. Which should be the direction of the coil: clockwise or counter clockwise
4) Can I use transparent acrylic for the stick pad


1) yes, but it's not optimal. Try eBay for crystals:

http://www.ebay.com/sch/Crystals-Minera ... nts&_frs=1

100 grams of small crystals for US$15. Can't beat it.

2) I think so, but I think an actual cylindrical wire coil is optimal (you'd need an actual well.)

3) Absolutely, Kelly Research Technologies (KRT) makes all their stick pad coils that way. And they are rectangular. Starting from the center, and moving outward, the path should be in a clockwise direction for the stick pad. It should be the opposite for the witness pad.

4) KRT also uses acrylic as the surface. I prefer Bakelite (the wood fiber type) for stick pads myself.
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