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mask_ipx_spx 100 posts  |  Last Activity: 14 hours ago Member since: Jul 27, 2012
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    New Zealand public hts-project with STI?

    by japankokura Oct 23, 2014 7:21 AM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx 14 hours ago Flag

    THE LYING TROLL, "Remember this character lost his investment in SCON", care to prove I had either a long or short position of SCON?

    THE LYING TROLL will now rant, rave and throw a hissy fit to distract from the fact it is a bold face liar and japan posts years old news and states its a few days old, so dimwit or worse applies.

  • Reply to

    New Zealand public hts-project with STI?

    by japankokura Oct 23, 2014 7:21 AM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx 17 hours ago Flag

    Dimwit, that's a rehash of the joint venture between General Cable and then NZ government owned Industrial Research Ltd (IRL) of General Cable Superconductors created Dec. 2007.

  • Reply to

    "Deal with US company Opens Doors" Oct 7th 2014

    by tldvikes Oct 18, 2014 11:36 PM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 20, 2014 8:49 PM Flag

    THE LYING TROLL is aware that one can mimic a YID with a slight spelling variation. Does anyone see a triple "lll" in this YID by sconroller? "A special post from me by sconroller • Jun 22, 2009 12:29 PM"
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    Reply to Hey HairyBoy, aka Sconrolller! LMAO!! by sconroller •Apr 20, 2009 2:22 PM
    r2d2_n_c3po • May 19, 2009 5:36 PM

    Actually it was you using another alias (sconroLLLer) not sconroLLer...and you get everything right in hindsight...too bad you can't get it right beforehand.LOL!LOL!LOL!
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    THE LYING TROLL's nickname "rollerderbymoron" for "sconroller" is still apt, but replacing "rollerderbymoron" with "THE LYING TROLL" would be more current.
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    Reply to Good Read - Both Pages by sconroller •Jul 2, 2009 4:32 PM
    r2d2_n_c3po • Jul 3, 2009 10:08 PM

    The problem with you rollerderbymoron is that you actually believe the BS they put on their website and that you hear in their CC's....talk about being stupid! LOL! LOL! LOL!
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  • Reply to

    "Deal with US company Opens Doors" Oct 7th 2014

    by tldvikes Oct 18, 2014 11:36 PM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 20, 2014 3:34 AM Flag

    Hey highroller, you still being paid to post? Tsk, tsk, one should keep one's private bragging e-mail to co-conspirators and yahoo posting separate, hey just one of those multi-tasking errors.
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    A special post from me by sconroller • Jun 22, 2009 12:29 PM

    "I was paid $150 bucks for this one:

    So How Much of This 10 million sq. ft. 17-Oct-07 11:22 am
    in China will be used for Suptech's JV manufacturing? I've been through their Santa Barbara facility and would estimate they're in around 6 to 8,000 sq. ft., including warehouse (they've downsized a bit since their overhead reorganization). Even if they run a couple or three shifts currently, from 8,000 to 10,000,000 sq. ft.?! Doesn't make sense, although fixed capital overhead in China's obviously going to be a lot cheaper than Santa Barbara. Good question for someone to ask at the meeting.

    Whatever the sq. ft. allocation, Suptech's got the capacity to "ramp up sales incrementally" (I believe TW used that term) BIG TIME.

    We'll see a $50 - $100 SP in 6 months once the numbers support 12-mo. profit visibility of at least $20 million. And let's not forget the NOL carryforwards that will help, too.

    The perfect storm could be forming. Great time to be long!"
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  • Reply to

    "Deal with US company Opens Doors" Oct 7th 2014

    by tldvikes Oct 18, 2014 11:36 PM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 20, 2014 3:17 AM Flag

    The paid pumpers are a little tardy, as I posted this 7 Oct PR a good 10-hours prior. Of course its for demo projects, a step in the right direction, but not enough to pay the bills.

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    Reply to HTS progress by mask_ipx_spx •Aug 27, 2014 1:15 AM
    mask_ipx_spx • Oct 18, 2014 2:38 AM Remove

    The latest news is that RRI the manufacture of the Roebel cable for GCS will use STI's wire.

    It appears this was for cable demo project, if so, then STI has fixed finishing layer problem to the customers satisfaction.

    The question remains if STI can deliver wire, it took almost 3-years since cable demo project announcement to deliver and qualify stage-2 wire using pilot production RCE-CDR.

    It appears stage-3 deal has already been completed with the RRI announcement, but terms are not publicly available.
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    STI has yet to get commercial RCE-CDR in operation, it is facing delisting and running out cash early 2015.

  • Reply to

    The Big Question

    by r2d2_n_c3po Oct 19, 2014 10:43 PM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 20, 2014 3:09 AM Flag

    The Big Question is why I'm the one who broke this over 10-day old news that RRI the manufacture of the Roebel cable for GCS will use STI's wire.

    This news is a yawn, as RRI will use STI's wire for demonstration projects. It's a step in the right direction, but not enough to pay the bills, thus the SP reaction since the Oct 7 announcement, i.e., decline.

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    HTS progress

    by mask_ipx_spx Aug 27, 2014 1:15 AM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 19, 2014 11:30 PM Flag

    BGC has lost almost 50% since the end of 2nd qtr. Wonder if "Due to certain accounting errors related to the Company's value added tax ("VAT") and revenue recognition in connection with historical "bill and hold" transactions for aerial transmission projects in Brazil, the Company's financial statements for fiscal years 2008 through 2012 and the interim periods during those years and the financial statements for the three fiscal months ended March 29, 2013 should no longer be relied upon." has something to do with this nose dive.

    BGC is in dire financial shape, thus the restructuring and cost cutting they *hope* to generate saving. When one is hoping to cut cost, one doesn't do extensive capital spending on new products, such as superconducting cable.

    General Cable owns 51% of General Cable Superconductors, therefor are the decision makers.

  • Reply to

    HTS progress

    by mask_ipx_spx Aug 27, 2014 1:15 AM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 18, 2014 2:38 AM Flag

    The latest news is that RRI the manufacture of the Roebel cable for GCS will use STI's wire.

    It appears this was for cable demo project, if so, then STI has fixed finishing layer problem to the customers satisfaction.

    The question remains if STI can deliver wire, it took almost 3-years since cable demo project announcement to deliver and qualify stage-2 wire using pilot production RCE-CDR.

    It appears stage-3 deal has already been completed with the RRI announcement, but terms are not publicly available.

    STI has yet to get commercial RCE-CDR in operation, it is facing delisting and running out cash early 2015.

  • Reply to

    HTS progress

    by mask_ipx_spx Aug 27, 2014 1:15 AM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 17, 2014 10:07 PM Flag

    If Dr.Hammond held his shares after latest R/S then he had about $59K worth of stock, seriously doubt it as was promoting RCE-LATS while CTO, but in his role with the University, a standard practice with faculty that business partners can't punish university related research.

    STI has only given the specs for the 50m x 10mm wire. No specs on anything longer or less width. 100m x 5mm wire is not equivalent to 50m x 10mm wire just because the area is the same. HTS wire is not equivalent to a quilt just because the paid pumpers (THE LYING TROLL) are trying to spread this lie.

    In general, longer lengths and narrower widths for a given Amps rating are better.

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    The UILT has really lost it!

    by r2d2_n_c3po Oct 14, 2014 1:48 PM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 17, 2014 9:34 PM Flag

    Comparing to what I wrote and what THE LYING TROLL said I wrote we can conclude THE LYING TROLL either has low reading comprehension skills or THE LYING TROLL is lying, the answer being both, as THE LYING TROLL fails to comprehend what I wrote therefor results to what it does best, LYING.

    I assumed that anyone with half a brain would know the Robinson Research Institute is part of Victoria University of Wellington based on the PR released by STI. THE LYING TROLL proves it has less than half a brain by getting confused by another organization, and still failed to grasp that other organization is not involved with HTS.

    Facts:
    1. General Cable Superconductors Ltd. was formed by Industrial Research Ltd and General Cable New Zealand as a Joint Venture company to develop and commercially manufacture High Temperature Superconductor (HTS) cabling in New Zealand. General Cable of New Zealand (owned by holding company General Cable NYSE:BGC) owns 51% of GCS Ltd.

    2. Industrial Research Limited (IRL) was a Crown Research Institute of New Zealand until it was merged into a new crown entity, Callaghan Innovation, on 1 February 2013.

    3. Callaghan Innovation became the Robinson Research Institute in Jan. 2014.

    4. General Cable Superconductors Continuously Transposed Cable (CTC) or Roebel Cable claims the choice of HTS wire manufacture is an option.

    5. “For GCS, staff at the Robinson Institute carry out technology development and manufacture winding cable for the company. This cable has been used in projects both in New Zealand and overseas.”

    6. RRI also claims AMSC is an industrial partner. GCS has used AMSC, SuperPower, etc in its Roebel cable.

    STI issued a PR stating that General Cable Superconductors passed STI's wire for stage-1 in Jan. 2012.

    There is at least 2 or more 2G HTS wire manufactures that have managed the finishing layer for the HTS wire used in the Roebel cable. STI has not accomplished this feat.

  • Reply to

    What's The Word on The Street?

    by captechinvestors Oct 14, 2014 9:35 PM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 15, 2014 3:43 AM Flag

    The Underwriters Investor Relations Professional, i.e. paid pumpers, must be getting nervous, thus the creation of impersonators of mask_ipx_spx in an attempt to deceive, but that is what LYING TROLLs, aka, paid pumpers do.

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    what ever happened to SCON....

    by quantify000 Oct 15, 2014 2:16 AM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 15, 2014 3:30 AM Flag

    The telecommunications industry realized SCON had nothing to offer so SCON is attempting to break into the electricity industry with the same results.

  • Reply to

    The UILT has really lost it!

    by r2d2_n_c3po Oct 14, 2014 1:48 PM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 15, 2014 12:24 AM Flag

    THE LYING TROLL wants to ignore the 2014Q2 cc. The 2014Q2 cc detailed the results of the application of the finishing layer discussed in the 2014Q1 cc. The results were a failure, thus the 500 Amp wire became floor scraps.

    It's all but public knowledge that the cable demo wire is for The Robinson Research Institute which makes Roebel cable for their joint venture with General Cable. Per the RRI website, RRI uses AMSC and Superpower HTS wire. These HTS wire manufactures are able to apply the required finishing layer, but STI needed remedial training, but still failed to manufacture the wire after said training.

    Now STI is making the pilot RCE-CDR "capacity issue" excuse for the most current reason why the wire for the cable demo project hasn't been delivered, the same excuse it used why the R&D RCE-CDR couldn't manufacture the wire.

    STI's wire has yet to work in a real world device, i.e. transmission cable, after almost 3-years since supply agreement was announced.

    Is there any wonder why there are no stage-3 orders?

  • Reply to

    What's The Word on The Street?

    by captechinvestors Oct 14, 2014 9:35 PM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 14, 2014 11:44 PM Flag

    The Big deal is the upcoming delisting you pumper.

  • Reply to

    HTS progress

    by mask_ipx_spx Aug 27, 2014 1:15 AM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 14, 2014 4:03 PM Flag

    STI has a big problem, it can't produce usable HTS wire as proven by the failure to produce wire for the cable demo project, project was announced with great fanfare 2012-01.

    STI 1st claimed that R&D RCE-CDR could produce wire, but the dog-eat-my-homework excuse about "capacity issues" was made why STI failed to produce. The next claim that the pilot RCE-DCR would produce wire, but the same dog-eat-my-homework excuse was made when STI failed again.

    THE LYING TROLL now lies that a "third party" is at fault for the stabilization layer failure, but per the SA cc transcripts, JQ in the Q&A section: "I mean we’ve got one shot at just putting layers on the stuff. If it’s the way you want it, then great. And if it’s not, then you start over." You see JQ blaming the failure on a third party? JQ does admit it is consulting with undefined "people" to find a fix, per SA cc transcript "And we’re working with people on these finishing layers."

    STI's wire has yet to work in a real world device, i.e. transmission cable, after almost 3-years since said announcement.

    Is there any wonder why there are no stage-3 orders?

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    The UILT has really lost it!

    by r2d2_n_c3po Oct 14, 2014 1:48 PM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 14, 2014 3:33 PM Flag

    THE LYING TROLL is once again throwing a tizzy fit after its blatant lies are exposed via quarterly reports, cc transcripts, S-1's (dilution) which are continuous, etc.

    STI has a big problem, it can't produce usable HTS wire as proven by the failure to produce wire for the cable demo project, project was announced with great fanfare 2012-01.

    STI 1st claimed that R&D RCE-CDR could produce wire, but the dog-eat-my-homework excuse about "capacity issues" was made why STI failed to produce. The next claim that the pilot RCE-DCR would produce wire, but the same dog-eat-my-homework excuse was made when STI failed again.

    THE LYING TROLL now lies that a "third party" is at fault for the stabilization layer failure, but when confronted with the SA cc transcripts, JQ in the Q&A section: "I mean we’ve got one shot at just putting layers on the stuff. If it’s the way you want it, then great. And if it’s not, then you start over." You see JQ blaming the failure on a third party? JQ does admit it is consulting with undefined "people" to find a fix, "And we’re working with people on these finishing layers."

    STI's wire has yet to work in a real world device, i.e. transmission cable, after 18-months since announcement.

    Is there any wonder why there are no stage-3 orders?

  • mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 14, 2014 4:10 AM Flag

    Wonder why General Cable Superconductors has no stage-3 orders with STI? Could it be STI can't provide usable HTS wire?

    Per STI it takes about 5-months from shipping to a stage-3 order. 2.5-years and counting since this paid pumper claimed GCS validated STI's wire.

    We can conclude that GCS found STI wire or lack thereof didn't qualify.

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    Reply to AMSC vs SCON established vs low cost new entrant by readthis_n0w •Jan 27, 2012 1:13 PM
    readthis_n0w • Jan 29, 2012 2:12 PM

    Square: Jan 2012 news though : seems they sorted the hickups, its validated by GCS

    General Cable Superconductors, a HTS continuously transposed (Roebel) cable provider in New Zealand, is a world leader in HTS cable technology utilizing advanced designs with multiple successful projects presently in operation. GCS tested the wire and confirmed that it met their critical current power objective.
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  • mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 14, 2014 12:56 AM Flag

    THE LYING TROLL fails to grasp the difference between authorized shares and outstanding shares, which are authorized shares issued for sale/warrants/options/conversions, etc., which become outstanding once purchased/granted/exercised/converted, etc.

  • Reply to

    HTS progress

    by mask_ipx_spx Aug 27, 2014 1:15 AM
    mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 14, 2014 12:33 AM Flag

    STI is in the process of installing commercial production RCE-CDR, thus not operational. STI's pilot production RCE-CDR designed to produce 100m lengths has produced 50m and is producing only 20% of designed capacity of 4km p/y after over 2-years of "tuning".

    STI has been sending qualification orders (no meaningful revenue) for almost 15-months, yet no stage-3 orders. Per STI from shipping wire to getting a stage-3 order takes about 5-months.

    STI will fall below NASDAQ's minimum equity requirement EOY, thus bye-bye listing and will be out of cash by end of January 2015.

    Investor Relations Professionals, aka, paid pumpers are stinking up the place pumping to any retail buyer while taking massive dumps to relieve themselves of this POS.

  • mask_ipx_spx mask_ipx_spx Oct 13, 2014 11:51 PM Flag

    Readthis_n0t is an idiot, "They have a partnership deal announced in september with an institute very knowledgeable in finishing layers (outer layer on top of scon;s wire)".

    STI has a marketing agreement with Robinson Research Institute. Per last qtr cc, "And we’re working with people on these finishing layers." "people" are not described. STI is working with "people" because STI's manufactured HTS wire is floor scrap after the finishing layer is applied.

    STI is in the process of installing commercial production RCE-CDR, thus not operational. STI's pilot production RCE-CDR designed to produce 100m lengths has produced 50m and is producing only 20% of designed capacity of 4km p/y after over 2-years of "tuning".

    STI has been sending qualification orders (no meaningful revenue) for over 15-months, yet no stage-3 orders.

    STI will fall below NASDAQ's minimum equity requirement EOY, thus bye-bye listing.

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