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  • #16
    Originally posted by brodonh View Post
    Thanks Deuis,
    I'll post pics.
    I've got 2 mags in position but not secured.
    Made a jig that will hold additional mags in place when positioned.

    Got to have complete control of mag when approaching rotor.

    I've machined a large window motor rotor in the past that has ceramic mags in slots. (six)

    Will check it out for this one.

    bro d
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    Last edited by brodonh; 02-23-2018, 06:24 AM.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by brodonh View Post
      I've got 2 mags in position but not secured.
      Made a jig that will hold additional mags in place when positioned.

      Got to have complete control of mag when approaching rotor.

      I've machined a large window motor rotor in the past that has ceramic mags in slots. (six)

      Will check it out for this one.

      bro d
      Hi All,
      Was able to get the powerful neo mags in position.
      Made two jigs with CNC router.
      1. jig to hold position of mags on hex rotor.
      2 jig mounted (used 3 of these) on shaft to hold and position one mag.
      this jig allowed me to use tail stock of lathe to drive mag into position, one at a time.

      Shaft was mounted in 3 jaw chuck.

      bro d
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      Last edited by brodonh; 02-23-2018, 08:57 PM.

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      • #18
        I'm not sure if 99% of the people reading this understand how bloody hard that must have been to do.
        Take a bow.
        Cant spend it when your dead.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by brodonh View Post
          Hi All,
          Was able to get the powerful neo mags in position.
          Made two jigs with CNC router.
          1. jig to hold position of mags on hex rotor.
          2 jig mounted (used 3 of these) on shaft to hold and position one mag.
          this jig allowed me to use tail stock of lathe to drive mag into position, one at a time.

          Shaft was mounted in 3 jaw chuck.

          bro d
          Hats off Brod!!!!!
          Best Regards,
          Faraday88.
          'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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          • #20
            Thanks for the kind remarks.

            Thinking about what it will take to install 28" inches of mags on a full length shaft.

            Right size steel hex tubing with 1" ID for shaft and maybe in sections.

            Next: put a 2-3" wide wrap of fiber glass and epoxy around the middle before removing the rotor jigs.

            I'm going to take a shot a building a commutator according to this link:

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNC2LfbDutY

            Starting with 3"D copper pipe.

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            • #21
              Should be ready for smoke test by friday.
              The commutator is ready for the brushes and have lovejoyed it to rotor shaft. (5/8" to 1")
              Epoxy comes tomorrow to finish the rotor.
              Need correct caps.
              Keepin' on,
              bro d

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              • #22
                Friday: The Small Newman passed the smoke test.
                Need help with caps.
                bro d
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                Last edited by brodonh; 03-02-2018, 05:06 PM.

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                • #23
                  4 micro wave oven caps (about 1uF X 2000V in oil) stopped the sparking at 70v and about 255rpm.
                  The batteries seem to be maintaining their present charge have to let it run.
                  bro d
                  Last edited by brodonh; 03-02-2018, 05:32 PM.

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                  • #24
                    Batteries are getting hot and running down rapidly.
                    Commutator drags it down.
                    ???

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by brodonh View Post
                      Batteries are getting hot and running down rapidly.
                      Commutator drags it down.
                      ???
                      Hi Brod,

                      How have you wired /and or wound the coils the top and the botttom coils?
                      they look trifilar each??
                      Your Capacitor are just about correct.. you can try a combination of series and parallel of the value you have.. this must be in parallel to the coils.
                      if your commutators are not working 'properly'.. the batteries are draining faster than they excite the coils(ON TIME)...you may also have to increase the number of turn in the coils this will increase the A-T (Ampere-turns) and also the input impedance to the coils for that DC Voltage (108V) and will drain the battery slower..but here is some learning... the Newman batteries would never drain if you had the coils correct in configuration.. another charateristic of the Newman motor is that it is more a Torque motor than speed..hence if you have a high speed motoring, it is way away from the Newman effect.
                      Rgds,
                      Faraday88.
                      Last edited by Faraday88; 03-03-2018, 01:31 AM.
                      'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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                      • #26
                        Hi Faraday88,
                        Glad to hear from you.
                        Are you feeling better?

                        60lbs of trifiler #18 wire.

                        I don't want to buy more #18 wire because I plan to use what is on the this Newman coil for another project.

                        I was mistaken about having 100lbs of #18 wire, only 60.

                        I'll get 100lbs of smaller gauge wire and replace the #18. (5-filer)

                        I'm planning the bigger motor now and I'll reuse the smaller gauge wire for that coil.

                        With fresh batteries I'm running @ about 325rpm.

                        bro d
                        Last edited by brodonh; 03-03-2018, 06:39 AM.

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                        • #27
                          Lost bedini video 2018 from energybat labs.

                          Hi To ALL

                          Energybat labs is going to start coming out with products to sell
                          in the next 6 mo's, that you can used, see list below.

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                          and i will let you know the products will be selling.

                          You can see some of my work at my website here, energybat.com

                          See below some screen shots from the video below.

                          Brodonh nice Newman motor !!

                          Thanks for your time.

                          Geoffrey at EBL

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                          3. The best battery charging board in the world
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                          • #28
                            [QUOTE=geoffrey sr miller;28141]Hi To ALL

                            Brodonh nice Newman motor !!

                            Hi Jeff, thanks for noticing.

                            This motor is a trial run to prepare for the conference build sheet motor.

                            Plans with no "loose ends" should sell.

                            $2k wire says no stupidos.

                            Thanks again,
                            bro d

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                            • #29
                              you all keep'n up with Russ:

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                              • #30
                                And number two has just been added:

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