There have been many other people who have tried to build high output CLIP machines. The only successful ones we have public record of have either been forced into obscurity or bought out. That is why all the information regarding the PIE systems has been made public from the beginning. Even if Stclairtech R&D becomes silent, the public record may help someone else continue on.
There are some well known names within the alt propulsion community that need to be recognized for their hard work. We will continously add to the list as time goes on, and some may be featured in future photos ans/or articles here.
If anyone has an article or Idea for an article about a CLIP device or its inventor, please contact Stclairtech R&D and if it is feasable we will do our best to publish it on this website.
Names such as:
More to come...
Norman Dean and his "6-Cycle" Engine, there have been numerous versions of the Dean type "CLIP Engine"
Sandy Kidd's version of a "CLIP Engine"
Ross Smal demonstrating his
Rythmic Balance Interchange or RBI
Machine design of a "CLIP Engine".
Tokio Muramatsu demonstrating his latest PIE 3 Series design of a
The Tolchin-Shipov design of a functioning "CLIP Engine"
Our replication of the Tolchin-Shipov style "CLIP Engine"
The PIE 1.0
Our original working "CLIP Engine"
Branson "Roy" Thornson's EZKL
Working demonstrator "CLIP Engine"
(EZKL=Energy Zoned Kinetic Lifter)
Branson "Roy" Thornson's Incomplete
High-Speed EZKL "CLIP Engine"