About

Hi

I’m Matthew

I like building things.

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7 Responses to “About”

  1. Ryan Says:

    Hi Matthew,

    I have a few questions for you. Can you supply me with an email to contact you on?

    Thanks

    Ryan

  2. David S. Says:

    Hey Matthew. My son and I are modding the crap out of his Razor e300. My lovely 9 year old daughter, generally unimpressed, said, “Cool. Hey, what if you could make it go backwards?”. Electrically, this is very simple. Mechanically, things become more difficult. The rear wheel/sprocket assembly obviously ‘free-wheels’ going forward so the tire doesn’t lock up and the rider ends up going over the handle bars. The problem is that the sprocket/internal bearings and whatnot will not rotate the sprocket backwards; nor will it ‘free-wheel’ in reverse if you let off the throttle. Have you ever done this? Ever heard of anyone else doing this? Seeing an e300 driving in reverse would be downright cool. Looking forward to your response. Take care.

  3. Alex Axial Says:

    @David: Very cool, indeed. I hope for an answer, too. @Matthew?

  4. Risto Says:

    Can you send the pcb filer so the brushless dc motor with ucc3626 on info@otg.mk, thanks

  5. thepollywellguy Says:

    Matthew,

    For 5 years, I have been blogging, researching and promoting the Polywell. I have made numerous films, animations, simulations, and 3D models across the web. I have followed analized and explained the current published understanding of these machines and outlined the arguements for and anagainst them working. I have contacted experts and built a large base of support within the polywell community. My blog is now reaching 100+ hits per day.

    I want to interview an amatuer fusioneer. 75 amatuers have fused the atoms – but for various reasons – you are the person I need to speak with. Please email me if you are interested.

    Best of luck with school,
    Sincerely
    The Polywell Guy

    • thepollywellguy Says:

      Sorry… I sent it before I finished editing spelling errors.

      For 5 years, I have been blogging, researching and promoting the Polywell. I have made numerous films, animations, simulations, and 3D models across the web. I have followed analyzed and explained the current published understanding of these machines and outlined the arguments for and against them working. I have contacted experts and built a large base of support within the polywell community. My blog is now reaching 100+ hits per day.

      I want to interview an amateur fusioneer. 75 amateurs have fused the atoms – but for various reasons – you are the person I need to speak with. Please email me if you are interested.

      Best of luck with school,
      Sincerely
      The Polywell Guy


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