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    WIN_20171222_08_14_01_Pro.jpg[ I am wondering if the window motor would work with this coil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aetherman View Post
    WIN_20171222_08_14_01_Pro.jpg[ I am wondering if the window motor would work with this coil?
    Hey,
    Where do you want the rotor to rotate?? best is have a square frame jig to make the windings and then slip it out once you tighten the truns with a multiple cable ties..this is how i do it.
    Rgds,
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    100_7996.JPG Here is the rotor. It goes inside the coil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aetherman View Post
    100_7996.JPG Here is the rotor. It goes inside the coil.
    Hey,
    I feel the Magnets are suitable for Newman Motor rather than for the Window motor..
    The extended Null point(Bloch wall) of the Magnets make it more a 'SPIN MOTOR' than a 'ROTATION MOTOR' like wise the Switching is different in each case.
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    I don't have any neos so I just put the Newman type rotor inside the wide coil100_8019.JPG

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    This motor runs really well but needs the Bedini-Cole circuit for more torque. 100_8023.JPG

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    The Bedini- cole switcher noticeably increased rpm.100_8038.JPG

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