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Plans for Replicatin Mylow's Magnet Motor Version 2.1

Plans for replicating "Version 2.1" of the OS: MYLOW's Magnetic Motor based on Howard Johnson's Design, 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. You'll also want to refer to OS:MYLOW:Plans:Version 2.0, a close precursor to version 2.1

Verions 2.1 refers to the unit Mylow began showing in his OS:MYLOW:Plans:Version 2.0:Instructional Videos commencing May 9, 2009, using the rotor-stator assembly that OS:MYLOW:Replication:Bob from Utah County sent him, and magnets that Congress:Founder:Sterling D. Allan sent him, culminating with achieving a working device on May 12, using those readily-available magnets. There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1]

Latest: Directory:Magnet Motors > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[2] > OS:MYLOW:Plans > OS:MYLOW:Plans:Version 2.1 Mylow Magnet Motor Version 2.1 Plans Available - We've completed the updated plans for the most recent all-magnet motor shown by Mylow, which appears to run using just six bar magnets on the rotor, using magnets that we sent him whcih are readily available in today's market. (PES Network, Inc. May 16, 2009)

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Plans

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Latest: Directory:Magnet Motors > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > OS:MYLOW:Plans > OS:MYLOW:Plans:Version 2.1 Mylow Magnet Motor Version 2.1 Plans Available - We've completed the updated plans for the most recent all-magnet motor shown by Mylow, which appears to run using just six bar magnets on the rotor, using magnets that we sent him which are readily available in today's market. (PES Network, Inc. May 16, 2009)

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

Instructional Video Set

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Latest: Directory:Magnet Motors > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > OS:MYLOW:Plans:Version 2.0 / OS:MYLOW:Videos > OS:MYLOW:Plans:Version 2.0:Instructional Videos - Having received a new rotor-stator assembly and magnets that are off-the-shelf available, Mylow is now posting a series of instructional videos for people wanting to replicate his bar magnet motor. (PESWiki May 10, 2009)

Videos

Runs with Just Six Rotor Magnets Using Available Magnets

In the 12th video in his OS:MYLOW:Plans:Version 2.0:Instructional Videos series commenced May 9, 2009, Mylow and his twin brother, Tony, who is an engineer, show the device running with just 6 magnets on the rotor. After pushing the rotor magnets past an initial cog, they show the rotor pulling past the stator magnets with enough force to spin around and push through again, then again, picking up speed with each turn, before reaching an equilibrium speed.

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M2U00207 – video # 4 part 5. 6 bar magnet configuration (working smot device ) ???? next video will show all magnets on the rotor disk remember gaps are not the same on the rotor magnets. (YouTube by magneticmotor1 May 13, 2000)

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Bob's Rotor-Stator Assembly

Bob's Rotor/Stator Parts and suppliers - Here is a list of specifications, supplies and supplier used to build the Mylow instructional rig. (Mylow_Magmo May 11, 2009 12:20 am Mountain)

ROTOR: Bar Magnets

Bar Magnets Used by Mylow

Mylow is using the CB-65 bar magnet from AllMagnetics.com

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CB-65 from http://AllMagnetics.com - Ceramic Blocks 3/8” x 3/8” x 1 7/8” (2 pcs). More accurately: 0.393" t, 0.400" w, 1.875" l. Ask for Felix and mention promotion code "PES" for a 5% discount.

Same as item H at http://www.magnetsource.com/Consumer%20Pages/Ceramic_Mags.html (Part No. 07043)

It turns out that these magnets are also available from Home Depot (SKU# 902262)

EUROPEAN SOURCES

http://e-magnetsuk.com/ - EP627 is the closest.

STATOR: Horseshoe Magnets

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Horseshoe Magnets Used by Mylow

The stator magnet that Sterling sent to Mylow, is an alnico magnet, part number HS811N from AllMagnetics.com (Ask for Felix and mention the promotion code "PES" to get a 5% discount)

Also known as 07270 from http://MagnetSource.com

Alternative Horseshoe Magnets

EUROPEAN SOURCES

http://e-magnetsuk.com/ - MAG811 looks the same and has a similar serial number.

In the News

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Latest: Directory:Magnet Motors > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > OS:MYLOW:Plans:Version 2.1 > How does Mylow get his all-magnet motor to work? - Despite having posted a video showing his motor running using readily-available magnets, along with photos and caliper measurements of the spacing, no one yet has been able to replicate his work four days later. New information provided may change that soon? (PESN May 16, 2009) (Comment at Examiner.com)
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