"Ve hast vhat ist tackes"

        

         Photographs of the new lab will soon be posted on this web site

       
This picture is of the north wall of the Astragalus Lab note that there is a project work table in the corner of the room.  This is a project work table and it is on castors as this is a compact Lab and it is essential to be able to move things around in the Lab to help to make room for another project from time to time.  Notice that there is a "jig saw" which is of a deluxe type having speed control and a line that blows the dust off of cutting lines, with a port to insert a shop vacuum hose to draw off most of the dust created.  There is a file cabinet placed against this wall, a radio set up that has a CD player.  There is a very sturdy step stool leaning against the file cabinet.  The shelving provides storage for items needed in the Lab.

                This is the largest of the project work tables of the two that are presently in the Lab. Note that it is also on castor so that it can used anywhere space is available in the Lab.  This one is being stored next to an outside door to the Lab.  There is a small vise on this work table and the rack if containers is screwed in place to prevent knocking it over and spilling parts and tools that will be stored there while working on a inventive project.  There are two project work tables in the Lab, this is the largest one in the lab of the two used. 

       
This is a close up of the project work table as shown in the photo of the North Wall of the Lab.  It has had a small vise added to it since this picture was taken.  There is also a rack of containers screwed down on the top surface of this  project work table.  It is on casters as shown in the picture of the north wall of the Lab.  This is the smaller of the two project work tables in the Lab.  The feature of castors under items is important in being able to use a small space to better advantage.  We have shelving/carts on wheels and our drill press is on castors also.  After eventually seeing all of the Lab you will see how certain things being mobile helps the Lab to function.

       
   This is a photo of our Red Rolling Storage Shelves - giving extra storage that can be rolled out of the way to clear space for work

          
 

      This is a picture of our drill press on castors to move it around easily         

A video of the Lab will be placed on our YouTube site soon,  Stay tuned.......

                  More photos to be uploaded soon and descriptions of use of special features will be given.                   

        

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Items either being worked on theoretically
         Prior to research in the Lab or in research
       
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        HHO production                   
   

        Hydrogen Production

        Electrets - Power without input
         Graphene Batteries
         Magnet Motors -
electrically assisted
                   
Noble Gas Engine
                   
Water - States of water
                       Plasma
                       Batteries
        Other items being developed

       
       Lab Fully Opening Soon! 
                 
Photos coming soon of the interior of our Compact Lab!

                                          Vic Shade - Astragalus Lab Owner

         Will do videos of work and of Interviews of  creative
         people who are working on interesting projects, 
         mostly they will be found on our YouTube Channel
        in the future - -if you have work to display and tell about
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        takes time 
                                
   

 

New YouTube Site is up - will have video of lab and some videos of work being done.  Will survey our area for interviews to do of work being done by entrepreneurs here.  Those that will permit us to do so, we will video the interviews and post them on YouTube.   
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