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  • alexelectric
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    Some time I also started to try different configurations for the magnet motor, but in the end I was with the retention and neutralization of the fields, in YouTube video a person almost achieved the perfect movement but almost at the end and when starting the route again of the rotor ran into the magnetic lock,
    Well I said this person almost succeeds, but what happens if you put a bedini coil that from the closing push at the beginning of the tour, so it would have its almost magnet motor with a small help of a coil, the magnets in repulsion would give a good torque to the rotation of the rotor, and the coil would give the thrust to pass the magnetic lock, based on this idea I will work

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  • sinergicus
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    Hey people... I come across on the following page, a copy of an article from an old , deceased now kelynet website ... Seems to be a very simple design of Robert calloway magnetic motor successful replicated by somebody ... is not given any schematic but are explained in detail ... because of language barrier ,was dificult to me to understand clearly some details.... I post the link here ,maybe somebody will understand better the explanations given in that design : http://fdp.nu/thebook/calloway.asp-U...loway.asp.html

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  • BroMikey
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    Here is one for you Mack

    [VIDEO]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxOq6lycoVg[/VIDEO]

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  • citfta
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    Hi Dave,

    If you want some info that might help you build a working magnet motor. Check out my video in the open discussion thread.

    If you have any questions just email me and we can discuss them. I don't discuss projects on this forum anymore.

    Take care,
    Carroll

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  • Turion
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    Progress

    Any word from Mac on his NEW setup?

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  • BroMikey
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    Hi Tom

    Not sure I can visualize the layout, can you draw a picture for us?
    I hope it does what you want. Keep me and the group posted on how
    it all turns out. Maybe if you have it near laid out we could see a video
    instead, whatever works best for you.

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  • magnetman12003
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    All permanent magnet motor.

    You need a very large 7.5 inch (255 mm ) dameter round ceramic magnet to start making the motor. Next you need a 8 mm diameter non magnetic shaft placed dead center in a vertical fixed position. About 12 inches long.

    Now you need a very thin wood 7.5 inch diameter disk. A 7.5 inch record with center plug will do. A Hole of 8 mm is drilled in the center. A 5 1/2 inch circle is drawn next on the disk top. A centering tube that has a 8 mm hole through it is glued onto the center of the disk so it is free to rotate without wobble on the 8 mm diameter shaft coming out of the ceramic magnet disk.

    Now we come to the important part. You will need four 45 degree wooden or aluminum angles and bond them securely to the 5 1/2 inch drawn circle so the angle ends will be centered on the drawn line. Now you need 4 grade N52 large block magnets and epoxy them one at a time on top of the 45 degree angles insuring that each one sets up first otherwise you will find magnet hopping.

    The polarity of the magnets on the 45 degree angle must all be the same as the polarity of the ceramic magnet they face. This is extremely important!!!

    Now when the wood or record disk is placed onto the ceramic magnet shaft it will rise up/float and should rotate also because of the magnet angle displacement.

    If you get your disk to rotate then suspend a 1000 ohm or more coil with a one inch cener hole in it over the rotating disk magnet tops. The one inch hole should have a 3/4 inch N52 grade sphere magnet inside it so it's free to spin side to side. Connect 3 volt led lamps in parrall to the coil leads and watch the light show.

    I am into this right now and working on the disk magnets presently.
    My biggest hope is the disk will spin. This below photo is my newest. I am steady improving this as I go along. You need to be certain that the 4 disk magnets are centered directly over the most powerful
    Area of the large ceramic magnet. A 5 1/2 inch or 5 inch circle drawn over that area is where the 4 disk magnets are centered apart from each other. Check out that area out on your ceramic ring magnet first before you do anything. Might vary from my ceramic magnet.

    Open for thoughts on this.

    Tom
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    Last edited by magnetman12003; 09-22-2019, 02:34 AM. Reason: Show photo

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  • BroMikey
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    Good point, there are so many rotating magnet motors on the
    web with no real pulling power, they just go round. Like that V-Gate
    it can't take much loading in most cases and is one of the best ones out
    there. Well the V-Gate splits the flux and dominates on youtube.

    Tesla had the right idea when he changed the standard motor coils out
    that dog down a motor for coils that use the right timing to assist the
    rotor. There has got to be a way to implement split flux principles that
    offer plenty of excess power.

    Like the SEG there is much to learn about shielding with copper, poly
    spacers, aluminum, not so much just to contain the magnetic energy
    but redirect and store it. As soon as you push on a magnetic field it
    moves over trying to find a place to jump so why not capture and
    redirect if possible? Mad mack said shielding was key and we have
    devoted almost no time to it.

    There should be a benefit for any motor just using the "Y" elements idea.
    Last edited by BroMikey; 04-14-2019, 06:54 AM.

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  • BroMikey
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    Magnetic engine principles are everywhere on the web. Flux splitting
    and other ideas. Those who have perfected their engines date back
    as far as the 50's and are not likely to hand over the data for free.

    Also just because an engines runs not stop, proving science has missed
    the boat in text book form, does not make every design practical. Cost
    effectiveness is another consideration.

    Anyone one having a design capable of threatening the fossil fuels models
    are deemed a national security issue. An offer they cannot refuse is
    potentially the next step to eliminate the opposition.

    10 million is cheap compared to the trillions brought in year after year.

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  • bistander
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    MadMack resurfaces

    Been over 3 years since MadMack posted on this forum. Although I did not participate when this thread was active, I did watch it and always wondered about this guy. I stumbled across him on overunity dotcom yesterday.
    https://overunity.com/18188/iec-eart...-las-vegas/45/
    I wonder if there is a deeper connection between MadMack and IEC.

    You decide.

    But from the beginning, I felt MadMack had gotten stuck on his development and was fishing the membership here for a solution.

    Notice that UfoPolitics, nor anybody else, has shown a working magnet motor. Maybe this Earth Engine? I'm not holding my breath.

    Regards,

    bi

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  • BroMikey
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    Self starting magnetic engines are here to stay.

    [VIDEO]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBtxjyD01lo[/VIDEO]

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by Ufopolitics View Post
    Hello Again to All Builders of Mad Mac's Magnetic Motor.

    Ufopolitics
    Hi UFO

    Did you do this experiment?

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  • BroMikey
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    Magnetic engine teachings.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdugDt7KoYY

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQVEdDbq7wY


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkpV5p6VSCk

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  • IKNOWNOTHING
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    more

    I should clarify that the outer magnets can move up and down at the ends thru the pivot point which is attached to linkage or gears or even solenoids at each corner.this way they all move in unison for the adjustments or tuning so to speak.The reason for the diamond shape is to act as sort of ramp idea similar to madmacks idea but no steel and both poles are used coming and going.I pretty sure though once this thing hits a high RPM then this control mechanism wont work as it will be in a runaway effect.So by keeping it lower RPMs then this motor could actually be hooked up to say the generating side of a genset minus the gas pot and then it should be free power.

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  • IKNOWNOTHING
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    possible solution self starting magnetic motor with a brake

    This has been nagging me for awhile and Im not in a positon to build this idea so anyone interested let me know
    Instead of angling the inner magnets on the router lets just leave them with say north facing up and evenly spaced around the circumference.The outer 'ramps' or control device I have to explain my thoughts here as i cant send a pix or drawing and i hope someone gets it and can do that.
    picture 2 tall triangles laying down sideways joined at the base with a hole thru the centerline.This is a magnet but the one triangle is the north and the other the south.The hole is the pivot point to bring north or south closer to the router.the distance from the diamond shaped magnet would have to be spaced right say starting around 10 or 20 thou and the angles of the diamond shaped magnet would have to be right say about 30 degrees each side.now several of these diamond shaped magnets are spaced around the router but not evenly.say 2 inch gap then maybe 2.5 inch gap then maybe3 inch gap etc and then bring it back to 2.5 then 2.these are just numbers to give an idea of spacing.with a gear drive or linkage setup this could work as a self starter,brake and governor all in one.With the right circuit to regulate the RPMs then the right adjustments could made automatically for speed control as the unit is operating.You have a push side a pull side and the sticky spot should be negligable because other odd spaced diamond magnets will more than cancel that out.Can anyone grasp this what I am trying to describe here?Has this even been done by anyone before or patented?I want this to be an open sourced idea so no one can patent it if it never has been done.Comments?
    Andre

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