[N304157], Technical Note, Thomas Alva Edison, July 1st, 1882

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Title

[N304157], Technical Note, Thomas Alva Edison, July 1st, 1882

Editor's Notes

[consider for selection] "New Patents. Feeder system for small town installation. Mixing wood paper etc fibre with partially oxydized linsee or other drying oils drying and forming in sheets by hudraulic pressure afterwards stamping or punching or cutting out filaments, before punching etc baking. Carbon moulds made out of gas retort carbon by [-----]. Depositing carbon on highly heated porcelain polished lime plates magnesia, etc, or depositing on platina nickel, peeling off & punching filaments. Heating filaments under enormous pressure in presence of a gas containing carbon. Metallic wire to atttract statically charged carbon vapor [with sketch of wire between filament legs in lamp]. Making insulating wire consisting of coating with cotton, drawing through japan varnish baking recovering again through then baking & so on; cloth or paper may be used instead of cotton braid or winding." Followed by misc sketches, including what looks like dist system and then wires on poles.

Date

1882-07-01

Decade

1880-1889

Identifier

N304157

Folder Set

N304-F

Microfilm ID

41:1138

Publisher

Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University