This is a mechanical resonant energizer made to experiment with radiant energy. John Bedini received patents in the recovery and regauging of radiant energy through this type of device. I would encourage you to learn about this technology through this website: http://www.energyscienceforum.com/forumdisplay.php?f=48
The moderators worked closely with Bedini and are well versed in this technology.
About this specific device:
I used all pla for the printed parts.
The magnets are the Harbour Freight variety: 1 7/8 X 7/8 X 1/2
The wheel is a 77mm skateboard wheel.
The rod through the wheel is 8mm
The coil is two piece. I used Loctite 5sec superglue to adhere the top to the base.
The top of the coil is used to secure the rotor (skate wheel). I provided a print file to make securing the magnets easy but you can just evenly glue the magnets around a bare wheel. The height of the wheel is adjustable with the (4) 1/4" X 4" threaded rod pieces. The center of the coil is a 7/8" circle where you can fill with the traditional copper coated welding wire or the soft steel shot. The coil inner height is 4". It can fit up to 3.75" in diameter of wire around it. If you use the 7 strands of #20 and 1 strand of #23 magnet wire as suggested in http://bedinisg.com/?hop=energysci, you will be able to use 200' of each of those strands twisted together. If you need a circuit to run your device I recommend this website: http://teslagenx.com/kits.html
1/2" X 1" bolts (4) on the base connects the coil.
6-32 X 1.75" bolts connects the coil cover together.
In the pictures you see that only one coil is used. You can make brackets (file not provided) to add to the base and make a four quadrant (coil) system.
You can exchange the metal rods/bolts for nylon for superb performance.
Disclaimer: Experiment at your own risk. Catastrophic failure of parts spinning at high speed can cause damage to property, injury, or even death. This project contains an electrical function. Electrical shock resulting in injury or death can occur. If you are not experienced with working with electricity do not attempt this project. Know that some frequencies have been speculated to cause cellular disruption leading to cancer.
10/02/2017 I added a magnet rotor with the magnets covered. I still recommend using glue additionally. The holes are for a future pulley attachment.
10/03/2017 I added the rotor wheel ends w/ pulley, rod holder to accommodate, and stand-offs to match. The bolt holes for the wheel covers w/ pulley is 6-32 X 1". The new holes on the rod holder are for 8-32 threaded rod. That is for any add-on that you wish to install. My plan is to add a timing wheel/flywheel above the skate wheel to be driven by the pulley.
10/13/2017 I added the speed reduction pulley system for the capacitor dump. This video should clarify parts positioning for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cFmwtLZslo. The cam end cap has only one cam. I may add a two and three cam end cap in the future. The printed parts on the small pulleys fit over 53mm skateboard wheels. The caps for the wheels are attached with 6-32 X 3/4" bolts. Use the provided bearing stand-offs file used for the big wheel to cut and size as you need for the small pulley. I use a razor and hammer to guillotine the tubes to chop them. I print all of my parts with 1.2mm walls and .8mm to and bottom layers. Some sanding and drilling may be required for smooth fits.
I print with 1.2mm walls and .8mm tops and bottoms. I used a Printrbot Play with an extended print bed.