A lightsaber that ejects from the hilt would need diodes that light during ignition to send rays through a polarizing light filter, when the rays pass through a pair of magnifying glass should be set along its polarity. The polarity will beamify sorrounding light if the magnification is strong enough, then more magnifying glasses would curve about the concave interior of the hilt bending the light paths of the beams in a loop of perpetually increasing thermodynamic intensity.
Upon reaching ample intensity to heat steel to 2,862°C the beams will pass through two layers of cylindrical magnets that are locked in place by one another until the lasers heat up the outer layers of a steel rod fitting inside the hilt, ionizing these outer layers into expanding plasma.
The lasers will also heat up specific areas of the plasma to make it spin and rotate, this spin will force the magnetically locked layers of magnets atop it loose creating an em flux that focuses the expanding plasma as a gyrates into an elongating cylinder, dispersing the magnets but accelerating their spin to compensate for loss of magnetic resistance during separation, until a blade of plasma contained by an electromagnetic flux is formed and the diodes turn off to preserve the steel rod in the hilt allowing for hundreds of future blade ignitions.
Edited by OverUnityDeviceUAP, 27 December 2019 - 04:18 AM.