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Thread: Monopole Magnets

  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Ren View Post
    Lol, if there is one thing Ive learned over the years, its this.

    You always want to build another one.

    Regards
    Ren,

    I did mean not right now!

    Regards

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    Is 50mm x 25mm x25 mm too big? Or is this size magnet still ok

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    James, a little too thick. Try and get some some half that thickness, like 10 or 12.7mm

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    I have a question regarding magnets, if I don't have the correct size magnets ie- 25 x 50 x 10mm is it possible to use multiple identical magnets glued together to get the correct size? That is assuming that they are aligned properly and not just stuck together in the way they attract which would make them far less powerful...

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    Dan, yes you can do this. Most ceramic magnets start off as one big magnet and then they are all chopped up into little ones. But you should be able to get the right magnets you need at Aussie Magnets. These are the ones I get 50 x 20 x 12.7mm Block (Ferrite) - Aussie Magnets

    They are pretty cheap and they ship from Brisbane, so it shouldn't cost you that much.

    John K.

    P.S. Good to see so many Aussies on the forum

  6. #16

    S pole SSG motor

    Hi, I had an mistake to put magnets as S pole rotor.
    I have pasted them with glue and can not take them out anymore.
    Can anyone tell me how I should modify the circuite of SSG for S pole motor?

    Regards,
    KJP

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    KJP, just wire the coils up backwards.

    John K.

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by John_Koorn View Post
    KJP, just wire the coils up backwards.

    John K.

    Hi, John
    Thanks for your comment.
    When wire the coils up backwards, both power coil and trigger coil, right?
    or just power coil OK?
    I wonder if S pole SSG and N pole SSG is the same effect?
    N pole SSG motor is the better? If so I need to make an another rotor again.
    Thank you for your advice.

    KJP
    Last edited by kajironpu; 09-09-2012 at 07:52 PM.

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    KJP,

    Yes, both power and trigger. I've never experimented with south poles out. John Bedini says to put them north pole out so that's what I do.

    John K.

  10. #20
    Thanks, John
    It sounds like that JB says to make N pole out, that means there are some meanings to do so. I wonder if someone has tried to make a S pole SSG motor?
    I will think about buying a new rotor to re-build it.
    Thank you.

    Regards,
    KJP from ***AN

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