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    Copper Ornaments By Rescyou

    Non Standard weaves
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    Celtic Pyramid Face By Rescyou

    Various celtic weaves with a Cap Invert Round inner structure
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    Blue Pyramid By Rescyou

    Tetra Orb cubes with Cap Invert Round
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    T Ball Level 2 By Rescyou

    Captive Orbital Hex Cage and Captive Orbital Round
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    Superball By Rescyou

    Captive Orbital Hex Cage and Captive Orbital Round
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    Patina Ball By Rescyou

    No exact weave custom patina
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    Japanese 7:2 Ball By Rescyou

    Japanese 7:2
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    Hour Ball By Rescyou

    Mixture of Cap-Orb-Hex Cage with Various Celtic weaves
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    Core By Rescyou

    Captive Orbital Hex Cage Inner with Captive Orbital Round perimeter
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    Core 1 By Rescyou

    Captive Orbital Hex Cage
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    Blue Ball By Rescyou

    Captive Orbital Hex Cage
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    BallinaBall By Rescyou

    Captive Orbital Hex Cage - Custom Copper and Patina - Various gauges
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    TRL 14g. 3/8 Machine Cut Copper Rings

    I've used a shite load of 14g TRL copper and it is a lot stronger/harder then electrical copper. You can also probably use bronze rings in places where stength is needed, the color is about the closest match out of the stronger metals available. Here is some Bronze and Copper close together: http://rescyou.deviantart.com/art/NickleSilver-Bronze-Pyramid-46441691 One thing to remember is that with different metals, though their size may read 14-3/8" the actual diameters will be different because of the springyness of the metal. Even TRL copper rings are visibly larger then most electrical copper rings of the same mandrel OD. Also you can solder the copper rings in areas where strength is needed and then brush plate the solder with a chemical patina you can find at most stained glass art supply places. EG: http://www.alpineglass.com/shop/detail/1149
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    Tetrahedron Sculpture

    Hiya, Sorry for the late reply, haven't been around much... been working my Uber Magum Opus sculpture I'll try draw you something up on how I do it, but for now all I can offer are my gallery pics from Deviant Art that may help: Main Gallery: http://rescyou.deviantart.com/gallery/ http://rescyou.deviantart.com/art/NickleSilver-Bronze-Pyramid-46441691 http://rescyou.deviantart.com/art/Core-53300744 http://rescyou.deviantart.com/art/Tri-Pyramid-38388388 http://rescyou.deviantart.com/art/Tetsu-Too-38191845 http://rescyou.deviantart.com/art/Spyral-Pyramid-38077965
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    Fun picture

    DF, It was the "?t=1172901347" at the end of your link that nulled the img tag.
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    Fun picture

    I spent many years yaking to people on many forums and have lots of plans etc. I build my own cnc machining equipment for making parts and gutted old turbo for blades or bought commecial blades from oil aircraft engines. Pulse-jet, especially valveless are easy to make. http://youtube.com/watch?v=GOLn9X4ad0g&mode=related&search= Thats a straight through junk of pipe, wht you see is all there is, very simple, very loud. Think of 100 shotguns going off a second... freakishly loud. I like valved pulsejets, they are more complicated but more powerfull. Basically what happens in pulsejet is a set of mini explosions. When you have an explosion, you have an immediate implosion, this sucks in air, mixes with fuel, explodes, sucks air, explodes... These guys are the best in the world when it comes to homemade pulsejets and some good stuff on turbine jets: http://www.pulse-jets.com/ They have free plans etc. and the forum guys are insanely smart when it comes to development if you're interested. I originally co-mingled my fountain addiction with the jet end of things, especially when it came to laminar development, so I developed technologies from each to develop some pretty funky stuff: Some of the types of fountains I make: Laminar water streams conduct light like fiber optics and laminar jet exhaust produces more thrust, well at least my laminar ducts do.
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    Fun picture

    Here's a 230mph model: These are awesome too, conventional turbine: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfmVtUA3414&mode=related&search=
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    Fun picture

    I use to be addicted to jet engines (before maille), especially pulse-jet engines and getting into rotary jet engines was the natural progression as I learned machining and built homemade CNC controls into my metalworking equipment. I built the one in the picture for testing homemade fuel injectors so it's pretty heavy duty. I've put them on carts/bikes and some of the smaller pulse-jets into RC planes for some dudes, freaking fast moving RC @ 130kph All my neighbors thought I was the Klopecs from the Burbs with all of the noise and lights coming from the basement
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    Fun picture

    My third homemade jet-engine:
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    Fun picture

    Pics of my Bro's ice fishin shack:
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    Fun picture

    I just found these pics the other day and thought I'd share them: This one may look a tad blurry.. NOT! It was taken during a vehicle rescue in a ice storm with 50kph wind, it's horizontal ice/snow flying: Heading out on a water rescue during a storm, about an hour later our boat sank off a deserted island and we were marooned there.. a good time was had by all....... During a house fire a large power line snapped and near took out one of our Lt's, he had testicles of steel watching it dance around by him but staying still is the best bet in this situation: This is the same fire, nice pic in -30.....
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    Fun picture

    Designed by german gummy bears, and forged from the inards of "turkish delight" chocolate bars the gummy space armada boldly sticks to your teeth where no thing has stuck to them before... I think...