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On May 28, 2009, we posted a report stating that recent evidence suggests that “Mylow” (Jose Enrique [Ricky] Concepcion) of Chicago was lying from the beginning when he claimed that he had successfully replicated Howard Johnson’s all-magnet motor; and that he has never actually produced a single working unit.
Mylow posted this video (9ABrIKVPhzU) on May 12, 2009.
Here, Mylow uses a caliper to measure his old rotor and bearing assembly (which isn’t the one from Bob that he’s using later in the instructional video series, but is the one he’s had for years, and which he shows in earlier demo videos).
His rotor disc has a thickness of 5.15 mm. The bearing assembly shaft has a diameter of 51.03 mm. The opening for the bearing has a diameter of 35.02 mm. The length of the shaft to where the hub is that attaches to the rotor disc is 60.09 mm. The base that holds bearing has a diameter of 76.21 mm. It is 15.59 mm thick. The shaft protruding from the base has a diameter of 14.86 mm. It’s length is approximately 18.5 mm
I should mention that I talked to Mylow’s brother on May 6. He said that the bearing assembly portion was made from a 2″ square aluminum rod, which he lathed to its cylindrical shape. The stock material is used for making high speed turbo pumps. He bore out the aluminum with a vertical drill press, to make way for the bearing and base shaft.
He said the aluminum disc is more shiny than the bearing assembly.
He said the rotor disc was made from a sheet of aluminum alloy (95%?) that is used for making gaskets. It is higher grade aluminum than what is used to make engine blocks, and has a higher tensil strength.
For the complete DIY series, see http://peswiki.com/index.php/OS:MYLOW:Plans:Version_2.0:Instructional_Videos
The short-cut url for this open source project is http://MylowPlans.com