CHERAW – Cheraw resident Allen Caggiano and his son, Matthew David of California, have recently completed their new invention, which is a new prototype (Angular Force Generator) Green Machine) made to produce electrical energy using the concept of (angular force). For the last three years, the father and son team have worked together building the one-of-a kind machine they say could possibly generate numerous jobs in South Carolina, if it is mass-produced.
“We have other interested investors in other countries such as Europe, Holland and Canada who feel it is something that could take off worldwide and help a lot of people who are out of work,” said Caggiano. “We already have two patents pending on the prototype and the production model,” said Caggiano.
He further explained that the prototype AFT sits on a seven-foot tripod and is constructed of two and three-inch pipes, including a single retractable pendulum. The actual product will be constructed with four-inch pipes with two projectile pendulums.
“The actual product, when and if it is produced in the United States, would be called a (Multiple Angular Force Generator/MAFT). It will work by using gears instead of cable and pulleys,” added Caggiano.
According to Caggiano, a European grant in the amount of $500,000 (Euros) is in the process of getting approved through the European Economic Council. Caggiano said the grant would be awarded to the group in May of this year. Caggiano’s five other partners include Kees Zuidema of the Netherlands, Patent Attorney Kenneth Derosa Jr. of Pennsylvania, Research and Development Engineer, Kenneth Derosa, Sr., an Environmentalist, I.G. Fanti from Tampa, Fla. and Bruce McBurney of HIMAC Corp.
“We want people to learn more about this new technology. It seems that there is not a whole lot of interest here in the United States in regards to this amazing invention,” continued Caggiano.
Caggiano added that his existing business in Cheraw called (On The Border Motors) would like to set up their International Headquarters and Research and Development center in the Cheraw.
“We want to bring this technology to Cheraw instead of Europe because I am a resident of Cheraw and love this town and its people.
This only can happen if the town and state officials show an interest in the AFG. I have attempted to contact both city and state officials but for some reason they don’t seem interested in a new technology that could provide thousands of jobs for South Carolina residents,” stressed Caggiano. He further explained in depth how this new system will work.
“This new technology combines the Angular Force Generator and Multiple Angular Force Generator, gravity, anti-gravity, centrifugal force, momentum, weight, balance and timing together, resulting in a new technology that has the potential to power an entire home, business, complex, city and state with totally free electricity.
According to Caggiano and On the Border Motors, the group is currently exploring (MAFG) to develop the long needed replacement for the internal combustion engine.
“We feel this is the answer to global warming because the AFG and MAFG produces zero pollution.
“We are not seeking any investors, or venture capitalists but are in the process of seeking reputable manufactures that are willing to work with us in setting up Co-ops,” said Caggiano. As a Co-op, this would make it possible for the employees to own a part in the business,” he said.
Caggiano said, “The bottom line is this. This new invention and technology of the On the Border Motors, the Angular Force Generator and the Multiple Angular Force Generator, is sitting on the doorsteps of Cheraw S.C. The big question remains. Where will this (free electricity) green machine make its debut for a better and cleaner future? In the beautiful historic Town of Cheraw or in the Netherlands over in Europe?”