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Do It Yourself: Simple Passive MagLev Bearing System

Do It Yourself: Simple Passive MagLev Bearing System
Do It Yourself: Simple Passive MagLev Bearing System
Do It Yourself: Simple Passive MagLev Bearing System

As you see. Rude and crude assembly of the maglev bearing system. The popular “mendocino bearing” type of magnetic passive levitation and bearing arrangement. Passive because it’s all permanent magnets (and gravity), no electromagnets or feedback loops. Materials: Pencil for…

14 May 2013 at 03:31 · Comment

Magnetic Jewelry Bead —- Floating rotor motor

Magnetic Jewelry Bead ---- Floating rotor motor
Magnetic Jewelry Bead ---- Floating rotor motor
Magnetic Jewelry Bead ---- Floating rotor motor

This is another ‘Magnet Jewelry Bead’ electric motor only this time with a partially levitated rotor using a ‘Mendocino Motor’ type magnet arrangement. This setup gets rid of much of the friction and allows the rotor to spin freely.

30 October 2013 at 03:52 · Comment

Preserved for the Record: Rosemary Ainslie Video Demonstration 11 August 2013

Preserved for the Record: Rosemary Ainslie Video Demonstration 11 August 2013
Preserved for the Record: Rosemary Ainslie Video Demonstration 11 August 2013
Preserved for the Record: Rosemary Ainslie Video Demonstration 11 August 2013

This is FAIR USE of this video for the purposes of education and forensic investigation. This is an unedited copy of the demonstration that Ainslie freely distributed as a live “hangout”… but which she apparently has removed in order to…

28 February 2014 at 04:07 · Comment

alt.snakeoil Video Report 28b: Supplementary Input Power Measurements, Cheesonance

alt.snakeoil Video Report 28b: Supplementary Input Power Measurements, Cheesonance
alt.snakeoil Video Report 28b: Supplementary Input Power Measurements, Cheesonance
alt.snakeoil Video Report 28b: Supplementary Input Power Measurements, Cheesonance

The ClownSnake Skeptics Society has contacted me with a very critical message, saying that I didn’t measure the input power properly in the last video, and that while I might be able to fool Method A, then Method B will…

25 May 2013 at 22:03 · Comment

Don Smith Project Part 12: incandecent bulb lit up :)

Don Smith Project Part 12: incandecent bulb lit up :)
Don Smith Project Part 12: incandecent bulb lit up :)
Don Smith Project Part 12: incandecent bulb lit up :)

Coils are not yet in resonance, but getting excellent results. Wanted to show the before picture… Experimenting with different combinations of capacitors & wiring arrangements. Primary is at the moment 100 winds of 12 gauge wire, L2 is going to…

10 August 2011 at 10:41 · Comment

Garrys motor 1 .wmv

Garrys motor 1 .wmv
Garrys motor 1 .wmv
Garrys motor 1 .wmv

this is a test on Garry Stanley motor set up. i first made 2 pairs of coils . One pair is with cw winding on the top coiul and ccw winding on the down coil. I noticed no difference as…

4 August 2010 at 22:25 · Comment

Joule Thief: Practical Application: Simple NPN Transistor Checker

Joule Thief: Practical Application: Simple NPN Transistor Checker
Joule Thief: Practical Application: Simple NPN Transistor Checker
Joule Thief: Practical Application: Simple NPN Transistor Checker

The JT Basic circuit is used with a 1n914 (or 1n4148) diode in place of the Base Resistor. Cathode towards transistor Base. The circuit is the Basic 2n2222 or 2n3904 JT, available everywhere. the inductor is a two-coil inductor on…

1 December 2012 at 11:58 · Comment

Befuddling LED – SOLVED

Befuddling LED - SOLVED
Befuddling LED - SOLVED
Befuddling LED - SOLVED

The mystery of the really long running has been solved, but i’m glad I asked about the observation and thank you for the kind responses…perhaps others would be stuck for an answer too were they to use a similar setup….

22 December 2012 at 04:20 · Comment

Arduino 7: Switching a Heavy Load Using MOSFET and PV Sensor

Arduino 7: Switching a Heavy Load Using MOSFET and PV Sensor
Arduino 7: Switching a Heavy Load Using MOSFET and PV Sensor
Arduino 7: Switching a Heavy Load Using MOSFET and PV Sensor

Here I continue to demonstrate the versatility of the simple Arduino pot-voltmeter system. NOTE: I get scrambled when I describe the mosfet pin hookup. The Load has no connection to the mosfet gate, it is switched by the mosfet drain-source…

6 December 2012 at 19:49 · Comment

Bedini Leedskalnin – Running Small DC Motor

Bedini Leedskalnin - Running Small DC Motor
Bedini Leedskalnin - Running Small DC Motor
Bedini Leedskalnin - Running Small DC Motor

I would like to start by saying that a couple of my resistors get hot with the wheel turning and no load on the charge terminals. In this video I start by showing the small dc motor that i got…

2 September 2009 at 01:17 · Comment