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On the evening of April 9, 2009, as I set forth to try my luck with this replica of Mylow’s all-magnet motor that “Bob” of Utah County left with me the other night, I came up with several ideas for making things easier to adjust. I thought I’d share them with you.
One idea was to glue the rotor magnet sets to plastic strips that I can then move easily, without having to re-glue everything every time I want to move things over. The hot glue gun Bob left with me is very fast and forgiving. It comes right off the plastic and the magnet, yet holds the magnet well enough for the low speeds we anticipate.
Another ides was a way to easily space and align the small gap between magnets in a set, using a hanger from the center post and putting a small plastic jig in the right position.
There are some interesting preliminary results, but alas, I couldn’t get it to work (accelerate, full rotation, maintain speed) before I finally went to bed at 2:00 am. I’ll be trying some more things today here shortly.
I should mention that some of the effects I show on this video were partially due to gravity from a non-level disc assembly. Being level will not be an issue when the rotor is fully populated, but it certainly is when the rotor is only partially populated.
– Sterling D. Allan, CEO, PES Network, Inc.
* http://peswiki.com/index.php/OS:MYLOW:Replication:Bob_from_Utah_County – Bob’s replica I’ve been playing with.
* http://MylowMagnetMotor.com – Official open source project site (hosted at PESWiki)
* http://MylowPlans.com – For replicating the design. (Who will be the first?)