Yet another device from the mysterious past of the Gazelle Foundry Works secret lab, circa 1925.
Early on as the Electric Light Ray Emitter Drill was being developed, the problem of making the device essentially ‘cordless’ was overcome by amping things up past the point of batteries and coming to the solution of ‘Solid Current’. The ability to take energy in the form of electrical current and turning it into a quasi solid form and storing it to power the drill was invented. This is what that storage device filled with solid current looked like.
Alright, it’s what it might have looked like. This illustration was created in Bryce7. The following illustrations show the creation process.