Beautiful 3D Renderings of the STA

March 8, 2011 at 10:03 pm 6 comments

Don, from the discussion board, posted some absolutely gorgeous 3D renderings of what a finished uninsulated STA would look like.

Now first off, the goal for his design looks to be to get it to fit precisely inside a 3 foot tall pyramid, as Bashar mentioned.

Schematics of STA fit precisely inside 3 foot tall pyramid

Schematics of STA fit precisely inside 3 foot tall pyramid

Rendered STA precisely fit inside a 3 foot tall pyramid

Rendered STA precisely fit inside a 3 foot tall pyramid

Rendered STA front view

Rendered STA front view

Rendered STA

Rendered STA

Rendered STA top view

Rendered STA top view

For this model, Don said he used 3/16″ copper tubing. With my experience using 1/4″ (4/16″) copper tubing, this definitely won’t be able to hold its shape using soft copper tubing. Hard copper tubing requiring machinery to shape will be necessary so that it can be self-standing, similar to how you see strong springs that can actually support external weight.

Secondly, the inside of the cone we may not be able to fashion into such a fine point. With soft tubing, the tube would actually collapse and bend if you bent it too sharply. So instead of a sharp point, I wound up with a small diameter circular winding. In any event, perhaps things would be different with hard copper tubing.

Either way, these are some beautiful renderings of exactly what we have in mind to create.

From this point it would be a matter of insulating the STA (spray-on/paint-on insulation should work), figuring out how to start it up and pull power out of it, and there we go! πŸ™‚

Thanks Don for the beautiful renders!! πŸ™‚


Entry filed under: Completed Antenna.

Simulating the STA Magnetic Field Combining the STA with a Pyramid

6 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Darryl Anka  |  March 26, 2011 at 7:03 pm

    Having viewed the videos of people experimenting with the space-time antenna Bashar described, I would like to gently urge everyone to proceed cautiously with respect to applying electricity to the STA device directly from house current.

    Please remember that Bashar said this double spiral coil is merely “the first component” of the whole antenna. Thus it’s incomplete and may generate unintended consequences if too much electric current is applied during experimentation.

    Bashar also said this is the “Model-T” version, so to speak, and has already delivered information for an upgraded design based on fractal geometry that can be jump-started with a battery during experimentation instead of more dangerous house current.

    This upgraded design information was delivered by Bashar to a group of individuals who demonstrated sufficient understanding of the physics principles behind the initial coil design to warrant additional data for going to the next step.

    The results of further experimentation by this group with the upgraded design will allow Bashar to determine when to download more information on the new design to the general public, so please stay tuned for future progress reports and, once again, please remember to exercise “safety first” in combination with a solid education in electricity and magnetism when experimenting with any of this technology. Thank you.

    Best Regards,

    Darryl Anka

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  • 3. Paul  |  October 9, 2011 at 5:37 am

    Hi Darryl,

    where can the “information for an upgraded design based on fractal geometry that can be jump-started with a battery” be found?.

  • 4. Donald Smith Devices too good to be true - Page 44  |  October 27, 2011 at 12:16 pm

    […] Similarities . . . There are maybe interesting similarities here . From Bashar I found this on the internet and here something on You Tube . I am very thankful for all your inspiring […]

  • 5. nsn8  |  February 22, 2012 at 3:50 am

    Where can we get these 3d model files? I bet we can print antennas from a 3D printing service. shapeways, kraftwurks,imaterialize etc

  • 6. Treven Gee  |  March 24, 2017 at 1:39 am

    I believe the insulation is not paint or rubber but nano coated via a caustic bath and steaming process. Once the process is done one must be very careful not to touch it or manipulate the STA as to not damage the insulation. Never pulse the STA with house current. It just needs to be next to a wire that is connected to the house. The fields of plasma will be large and beautiful.


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