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W.I.P Mini arc reactor II by gunblade84 W.I.P Mini arc reactor II by gunblade84
Working on the miniaturized arc reactor (Mark 1.0) from Tony Stark as accurate as possible. Except the double ring on the top, because that was originally just 1 so produces 6 Gj/s instead of 3 :P

I can safely say that because this is just a fictional device anyway.
So for all those people out there who are getting curious on how this machine operates.... sorry, it's pure fictional.
(some people won't accept this and keep searching, no kidding:P)
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bmay883 Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2013
this is great I wish to buy it from you what will the price be
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gunblade84 Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2013
You've got to be kidding me. This is a work in progress :P
I still have finish it when i have a new pc.
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DaveyT1992 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
By design, the arc-reactor looks to be a miniature particle accelerator, in this case an electron accelerator. The accelerating electrons are creating/exciting a magnetic torsion field. Its simply another way of making a Tesla coil with greater than 100% efficiency via some radiation.
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gunblade84 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2013
Just relax, it's all good :)
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Morkvalt Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Still looks awesome though. :P
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swabmydeck Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Yes.I understand you. Me too need to finish this vork. Im working on it with long pauses :D
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Blackzar Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2012
awesome job man, it looks sooo real, did u use blender???
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gunblade84 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
Thank you :)
I used 3DsMax 2010 for that.
It was already 2 years ago since i made this work-in-progress.
Still have to finish it when i have a new system. Probably this year.
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fluplay Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
You deserve all my appreciations for these works of yours!
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talonf37 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2011
Good job man
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gunblade84 Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2011
Thanks ^^
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Alpha-Step Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2011  Professional
This is reeeeeeaaaaally good man!

You used blueprints or something? Also, what program did you use to render this?

Keep up the good work!
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gunblade84 Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2011
Thanks a lot. Also for the fav ^^

I didn't use any blueprints or 'pre-work'.
Everything was done in 3Ds Max 2010, rendered with the integrated Mental Ray renderer.
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ABOODY006 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2011
Just so you know mr smart ass the arc reactor is real/fictional, well theres no reacor called the ARC reactor, but there is the tokamak reactor which is the same technology. so educate yourself before posting shit alright ? ( that means you can eat shit. )[link]
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gunblade84 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2011
Be noted that in the future, to at least try, posting comments/replies in a civilized manner... or be blocked.
If you can pull that off though, then you're not the worst pirate i've ever seen after all (the old fashioned pirate which you claim to be at least), and everything is good ;)

With that said:
It seems kind of silly to state something like "real/fictional". I know what you mean by that but it's better to go with the description and to leave that sentence out.

There is indeed no arc reactor called "Arc Reactor".
But, if you didn't noticed, this "art-work"'s comment consists of talk about the arc reactor from the Marvel universe in which there is only one.
And since there is only one (and in relation to this universe, fiction anyway), we can might as well refer to it as the arc reactor. It's not a big deal :)
But aside from that. I never stated that to be the actual name of the apparatus :P

Yeah the Tokamak. But of course there exist torus-shaped generators, generating toroidal fields and such. That concept is widely known and no secret at all.
But again, this here is about this fictional version of this specific Marvel's arc reactor on which i think is impossible.

Anyway, what part of "I'm not saying this kind of thing would never be possible. But it would have to be done differently to say the least." did you not get? (see my last post)

Research? I only care if i'm as close as possible to truth due to research of people who really observed reality and made testable predictions with it (see also other posts).
But next to that, even without my insignificant electro-education, i could have told you that 3Gj/s through a couple of tiny wires wouldn't go that well ;)

In the meantime, don't get you're panties in a bunch, while i eat nobody's shit.. okay? :D
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malawoot Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2010
Just food for thought, the arc reactor actually works on Deuterium-Tritium plasma which produces fusion reactions during its electromagnetically-induced spin around the reactor. Technology available: no. Works in theory: yes. :)
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gunblade84 Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2010
Thanks for the 'food' ;)
I have looked up your idea. Turns out that indeed this great idea would work in theory :)
The bottleneck however, is when the neutrons are released by generating 4He.
Some shield made of Lithium is supposed to absorb those neutrons but not all of them, forming radioactive problems over time.

However, there should be enough Deuterium around for this theory, and shouldn't be radioactive.
Tritium should be radioactive and would decay in 10+ years or so, but resolvable with the not 100% working Lithium shield :P

I'm not saying this kind of thing would never be possible. But it would have to be done differently to say the least.
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zanruos Featured By Owner May 19, 2010
do u have other iron man arc designs
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gunblade84 Featured By Owner May 20, 2010
Well actually, i'm kind of busy at the moment working on some composites of the arc reactor in a way that multiple views are represented.
The cool glow-effect is going to be in there as well.

The thing is that the compositing formed some speed-bumps on the way, so it's taking some longer than expected.
Besides that, i have other projects such as building a real burning laser :P
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zanruos Featured By Owner May 20, 2010
ah k
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FizzOHara Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Great work! I'd like to see this reactore in a more dramatic light setting..
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gunblade84 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2010
Thanks for your comment, I would like to see that as well of course :P
But this is just a Work-In-Progress (WIP).
The materials and lightning are being modified :)

Greets!
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Irrevent Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2010
looks awesome!
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gunblade84 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2010
Thanks very much :D
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