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Page first featured July 5, 2009

An Open Source Project

<Most likely bogus>


An inventor, "FM", who requests for now that his name be kept anonymous, has been working on various free energy devices over the years. This present all-magnet motor design is one he has offered to the world in an open source project. He calls it a "toy" because it is small and puts out only a negligable amount of energy. It is intended as a proof of concept to spur the inventiveness of the wider community, hopefully resulting in more robust and significant versions that could be used for practical power generation. Presently, his work is focused in different research.

Prior to conveying the video, FM wrote: "Yes this little toy runs -- not with a great rotational speed; but for a long time ([when] the roller bearing is closest to end [of its] life). [It] only stops when more lubrication is needed." (July 4, 2009)

Until the design is more widely replicated and thus made unstoppable by adversarial elements, FM presently requests that those who participate in the project sign a private agreement. (See contact section below to request form.) At that point, he then conveys a copy of his plans for this device.

"I made my initial contacts with people that I consider relevant and with necessary comprehension to support this system. I don't want to expend my time replying to unbelievers. I don't need absolute believers, only people with the ability to replicate and disseminate this tech model." -- FM, July 5, 2009

We at PES Network, Inc. recommend that any commercial versions of this device, whether in the form of plans, translations, kits, or finished units; remit to FM Concepts a royalty of at least 3%.

Status 
As of March 27, 2010, there have been no known successful replications that we know of (achieving torque from magnets alone). After commencing this project, the inventor got distracted and didn't follow up to help the many people trying to replicate. On Sept. 30, 2009, he sent out a message saying that he was victim of several suspicious attacks on his electronic content as well as a physical robbery. He concluded: "These acts don’t make me [want] to stop, but in reverse increase my motivation to continue my work in my Free Energy systems because I have the proof that this work[s]!"

Contents

About

Official Website

none yet

This PESWiki page is being made in cooperation with the inventor.

Videos

Rotor-Stator Magnetic Toy V1

He shows the rotor, added to a nylon stator, and the rotor appears to gradually accelerate. He then stops it, and spins it again in the same direction, and it appears to accelerate again the second time.


Documenting Acceleration

On July 4, 2009, Sterling D. Allan wrote:

I timed the first ten revolutions beginning at 0:15 seconds in the video as spinning at 105 rpm. Then, beginning at 0:59 seconds, the next set of ten revolutions I timed at 146.5 rpm -- just before he stopped it then started it again at 1:20 seconds, at which point I clocked the first ten revolutions at 108 rpm. Then, just before the end when he stopped it, starting at 1:55 seconds in the video, I clocked the next ten rotations at 168 rpm. Whatever is causing the rotation, the video shows clear acceleration in both instances.

Here's some analysis done by Lightrider on July 5, 2009; also showing acceleration
Image:Lightrider FM-Concept magmot toyV1 rpm 090704 700.jpg

Photos

These photos are available (with FM's permission) for download in their original size, uncropped, at http://freeenergynews.com/Directory/MagneticMotors/FM_Concepts/photos/

Rotor

Image:FM Concept magmot rotor a 300.jpg Image:FM Concept magmot rotor b 300.jpg Image:FM Concept magmot rotor bottom 300.jpg Image:FM Concept magmot rotor c 300.jpg Image:FM Concept magmot rotor d 300.jpg Image:FM Concept magmot rotor e 300.jpg Image:FM Concept magmot rotor f 300.jpg Image:FM Concept magmot rotor g 300.jpg

Magnets

Image:FM Concept magnets vertical jp60.jpg Image:FM Concept magnets with rotor jp70.jpg

Note that three magnets are attached magnetically, loosely, to one of the rotor magnets, just for size comparison, not relating to function.

Stator

Image:FM Concept magmot stator a 300.jpg Image:FM Concept magmot stator b 300.jpg Image:FM Concept magmot stator bottom 300.jpg

Adding Magnets to Stator

Image:FM Concept magmot stator magnet-insert 300.jpg Image:FM Concept magmot stator magnet-insert done 300.jpg Image:FM Concept magmot stator magnet-insert second 300.jpg

Assembly

Image:FM Concept magmot rotor-stator side-by-side 2magnets 300.jpg Image:FM Concept magmot rotor-stator joining 300.jpg Image:FM Concept magmot rotor-stator insert 2mag 300.jpg

Image:FM Concept magmot rotor-stator assembled 300.jpg Image:FM Concept magmot rotor-stator assembled b 300.jpg

Specs

From FM, July 4, 2009

Rotor: diam. 70mm; thickness 5mm; material: non-magnetic stainless steel (other non magnetic materials can be used)

16 Magnets: diam. 8mm; length 20mm; polarization through length.

Stator: diam. 70mm; thickness 40mm; material: nylon

Centre of magnets placed at 27,5 mm from rotor and stator centres.

Gap between rotor and stator: 35mm.

For variations the deflection angle is not needed [to be precise].

Instructions

From FM, July 4, 2009
(slightly edited)

To better understand, try first to actuate the rotor with only one magnet in repulsion by hand. After this, try to displace the actuator magnet away from rotor to surpass the magnetic gate and return to face to face in ramp. You see the attraction of the other side of rotor’s magnets when you displace away the actuator. In the middle of magnets, the force field is closest to neutral. After try to make measurements in the required displacement to surpass the magnetic gate. A lot of patience is required to make the correct evolution in the deflected angle, step by step, until achieve the correct progressive deflection.

The key is: convert the repulsion in magnetic gate into attraction (great angle), decrease the attraction when the magnetic field is diminished (small angle), and restart the repulsion again in the ramp.

Replications

Eltimple / Craigy

  • Faithful replication. Doesn't work. (YouTube; July 08, 2009)

MVI

  • Faithful replication. Doesn't work. (YouTube; July 05, 2009)

Sean CLaNZeR

Image:Clanzer FM-concept magmot replica collage 600.jpg Image:FMConcept CLaNZeR plastic 300.jpg
Note that in this replication (on left), the tallest point of the magnets does not deflect inward as is shown in FM's photos and videos. This is resolved in his more recent jig (right), waiting for magnets.

  • http://www.overunity.org.uk/showthread.php?t=378 "I signed their NDA and started replicating last weekend. As soon as they are happy will I will release my progress." (July 4, 2009)
  • "Will have to wait till next weekend to glue in the Magnets." (July 5, 2009)
  • 'CLaNZeRS Replication of the FM Concepts PMM Part1 - Quick progress report on Clanzers FM Concepts Replication. All parts cut out and now just have to wait for the magnets to arrive. (YouTube; July 05, 2009)

Patents

none; this is an open source project

Profiles

Inventor: FM

For now, the inventor wishes to remain anonymous.

News

Latest Developments

August 13, 2009

FM wrote:

Presently I do not expend the necessary time suporting OSP because practically I do not have free time. I should programm my life to make the necessary support in this OSP after September o October.

I have notices from a few smarter guys, he brings more improvements in this system. Probably may be useful too.

General people only wants build this and do not think in line to disseminate better the concept, it's an erroneous way to start, and they do not look at variations where is the key of this technology.

July 4, 2009

First photos provided. First video posted at YouTube.

June 6, 2009

FM approaches PES Network, Inc. about open sourcing this technology. The plans begin to be made available to a few people who sign the agreement document.

October 08, 2007

FM first contacted PES Network, Inc. to notify of an all-magnet motor. He did not respond at that time to a follow-up question as to whether the design had been built into a working prototype or not.

In the News

  • Featured / OS: Magnet Motors >
    All-magnet motor by FM Concepts -- new open source project - On the 4th of July, inventor, F.M., supplied photos and a video showing his all-magnet motor accelerating; and he gave permission for us to post a page about this open source project. He's hoping for a lot of replications by others, followed by characterization, improvement, optimization, and commercialization. (PESWiki; July 5, 2009)

Other Coverage

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Comments

See Discussion page

Similar to TOMI

On July 05, 2009 11:07 AM Mountain, Sepp Hasslberger wrote:

Looks good -

This reminds me of the TOMI - theory of magnetic instability - that made the rounds of the internet (more than) a decade ago. One description of TOMI, which is based on cylindric magnets that keep rolling between rows of other magnets, can be found here: http://keelynet.com/energy/tomibild.htm

TOMI was conceived as a linear track, while this is configured to rotate, but using a similar principle of magnet spacing.

Contact

Note: FM often works out of the city where it’s impossible to establish contact because the place is not covered by any type of communications. So interims of 1-2 weeks can be expected even on crucial emails.

Please Consider
"I made my initial contacts with people that I consider relevant and with necessary comprehension to support this system. I don't want to expend my time replying to unbelievers. I don't need absolute believers, only people with the ability to replicate and disseminate this tech model." -- FM, July 5, 2009


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