Excellent thinking! I too had a similar idea about a year ago, that the correct magnetic motor has to be a 3D design, instead of 2D. Since I did not have any software to simulate a design, I never got anywhere. I am glad that someone finally got the same idea too!
Interestingly, I was going to reply to the original message of karymusic, but the message was gone! Conspiracy?
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> God speed on your journey.
> Joe in Texas
> .On Thu, 08 Apr 2010 05:25:07 -0000, karymusic wrote:
> Well, sometimes bad things happen for a reason.
> Recently while building my shed i suffered a foot injury which
> confined me to home for the week,and prompted me to catch up on a few
> That was the bad news,the good news is..
> using swishmax flash creation tool combined with a magnectic flux
> software program i finally created my basic outline for my magnectic
> motor based on a 3D circle combination with magnets in repulsion.
> This idea was basically devised when i was much younger, but real life
> provided the distraction to halt the project from even starting.
> A gate/lockup issue is always common in most magnetically driven
> motors but my design is promising and can see no negative issues with
> It totally defeats the gate issue,and in short utilizes 3D thinking.
> This design cannot be found anywhere on the net other than one that
> is very 2D,primitive, and doesn't work. I find this rather odd since i
> believe at least one person would have designed something
> similar.Reviewing the net/youtube etc. lately i am still surprised with
> all the 2 dimensional thinking when it comes to creating a magnetically
> driven motors.
> Tomorrow i shall begin the building process (which may be a bit slow
> due to my injury )and update you all as to my progress.
> Hopefully i can inject some life back into this old forum.
> Much to quiet here these days.