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Plans for replicating "Version 2.0" of the Mylow Magnet Motor, as part of the open source project. This page is an adjunce to OS:MYLOW:Plans, where information is found about several of the common components such as the rotor disc, the bearing assembly, the stator assembly.

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Contents

Plans

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The following is the open source version. The $25 version by Sterling D. Allan at http://MylowPlans.com aims to be a clear and concise compilation of the best info available.

Instructional Video Set

Video


You can see more videos at OS:MYLOW:Videos#Version 2.0

Photos

Download from http://www.pureenergysystems.com/os/MagneticMotors/Mylow/v2.0/Photos

Sourcing

ROTOR: Bar Magnets

Bar Magnets Used by Mylow

(Not available, not made?)

  • Mylow got his magnets originally from Radio Shack three decades ago. They no longer carry these magnets.
  • Mylow's bar magnet dimensions are 1/2 x 1/2 x 2 inches.
  • The polarity is magnetized radially (through thickness, not length).

Close Alternative Bar Magnets


  • World Improvement Through The Spirit ministries (http://WITTS.ws) has around a thousand 1/2 x 1/2 x 2-inch ceramic magnets on hand. (minimum order of 50). Remember, just because the magnets are the same size, doesn’t mean they are of the same strength & composition and will behave the same. That has yet to be determined. Contact Timothy Thrapp at +1-330-231-1408; email: wits2011 {at} yahoo.com They want $6.00 for each magnet – which is major gouging.


Distant Alternative Bar Magnets

  • NdFeB magnets at Magnet4sale.com - (Too strong to be a close approximating to Mylow's magnets.) Gauss Rating: 13,200 Gauss; Pulling Force: 50 lbs; Magnetization: Through 1/2" thickness
    • Successful Neodynium 'Cooking' Test - Reduced Strength by 2/3 - Andy Graham writes: "I successfully weakened one of my super-powerful 3" round x 1/4" thick neodynium disc magnets (had to pry apart with a screwdriver!), to about the strength of a ceramic speaker magnet. The Curie point for neos is 300 Celsius (572F), so I pre-heated my oven to 450F (I did'nt want to kill it completely), and 'baked' one for 20 minutes on an upside-down glass lasagna dish. I took it out and let it air cool for another 15min until I could just touch it, then water-cooled it (OK to do if it's only 200 degrees or so.) (May 6, 2009)

STATOR: Horseshoe Magnets

Horseshoe Magnets Used by Mylow

Regarding the stator magnets shown in the April 29-30 videos, Mylow pulled them from a regular electromagnetic motor, then threw the non-functional motor away, so we don't have part numbers. So replicating this thing exactly is going to be a challenge.

He said he got the motor from Science and Surplus in Chicago. He also said that before he threw it away after pulling the magnets out, he noted that it had a stamp on it; and if he remembers correctly, it said: 12.5 Volt, 1.6 Amp (probably 2), 25 Watt [he told PMMTester 12 V, 2.1 amps (remember, he's not a scientist)]. ShuShu (sp?), Made in Japan.

The magnets were originally magnetized from the back (arch side) to the front (leg side). He said he used the remagnetizer that AllMagentics.com loaned him, and changed the pole orientation to N on one leg and S on the other.

Alternative Horseshoe Magnets

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  • http://www.allmagnetics.com/alnicohoursehouse.htm - HS90, alnico, with polarity from one leg (N) to the other (S). Ask for Felix and mention promotion code "PES" for a 5% discount.
  • This is the magnet that Mylow said worked with his bar magnets, but it "wobbled" (he had not yet come up with the two off-set stator arrangement) . Reference: Near end (5min 55sec) of the Mylow's Magnets video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zln6rekLIVQ#t=5m55s.
  • You can find HS90 equivalents at Newman Tools, Ottawa Canada http://www.newmantools.com/ and at http://rona.ca Their online catalog is terrible - you won't find the magnet listed but if you go to your local store and find the magnets section you'll see them.


HS90 is the one in the bottom-right in the following annotated screen shot from Mylow's video.
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Electromagnetic Motor Crescent Magnet Considerations

Latest Developments on Version 2.0

Below are some of the developments that lead up to the emergence of version 2.0. Most of the new developments presently surround version 2.0, so to conserve on duplication of information, please refer to OS:MYLOW:Latest.

  • OS:MYLOW:Correspondence with Mylow > bar manget dimensions, etc. - I've had a couple of calls from Mylow this morning. I'm going to be giving a more full report later today, but for now I wanted to pass on some crucial information for those of you wanting to replication Version 2.0 shown last night. (Mylow_Magmo; Apr 30, 2009 9:55 am Mountain)
  • Featured: Magnet Motors > Mylow > Plans >
    Magnets Used by Mylow - A video posted by Mylow on April 15 not only describes the various magnets he's used in his various motor iterations, but also gives a good overview of the recent history of the unfolding of this new technology, including a description of his new bar magnet configuration that he said also works. (PESWiki; April 21, 2009)

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- Other Open Source Projects
- PESWiki home page

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