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Thread: My home-made 10 coiler

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    Junior Member Magnus M.'s Avatar
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    I am just beginning to experiment with it,it seems to work very well but I havenīt mesured it in any way. It runs at about 720 rpm at 12 volts and it runs at about 1100 rpm at 24 volts.

    Magnus

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    Holy smokes!!!!!!!! That thing looks incredible! Nice job!

    Please keep me in the loop with your testing!

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    Junior Member Magnus M.'s Avatar
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    Thanks Joster,I am just beginning to condisioning my batterys,Yes I will keep you in the loop.

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    AMAZING..if everyone can make such things on every house,it will be very great..mind to post your plan Magnus??sure it will helps lot of.builder here...
    cheers,
    Alfin

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    Junior Member Magnus M.'s Avatar
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    Thanks Patrick

    I used 20 awg and 23 awg for the trigger,the magnets are 22 x 9,5 x 47 mm

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    Very nice looking machine Magnus,

    I hope to finish one too next month, just one suggestion, I seems like there is no extra security around the magnets.
    It is not a nice experience if the magnets fly off I can tell from experience.

    Would love to see some results of the charging, What kind of batteries do you charge?

    Great job,

    Karel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnus M. View Post
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    I am just beginning to experiment with it,it seems to work very well but I havenīt mesured it in any way. It runs at about 720 rpm at 12 volts and it runs at about 1100 rpm at 24 volts.

    Magnus
    Hi Magnus, that is a work of art. Thanks for sharing.

    al

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    Hi Magnus,
    First of all, MAGNIFICENT WORK ! the looks(engineering accuracy) are same as those of John Bedini's Original 10-coiler..neat work!!!!!!
    I'm keen to know about the Magnets Orientation...is that the N-N Squeeze Narrow Beam version..????
    How much did all this cost you..?
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.

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    Junior Member Magnus M.'s Avatar
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    Hi Faraday88

    Yes, the magnets are two north poles pressed together.
    The cost is about 1800 USD.
    I could not get the components here in Iceland , so I had to order them from Denmark and England,and that is very expensive.

    Magnus

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