Re: [hameltech] Re: 11112 Cone progress
- Hi:To everyone, can somebody tell me, if an uniform magnetic field is a condition needed for each cone rim\mini M3CD???, what Mr. Hamel would say to that??Also, does anybody knows how the ancients got magnetic materials??,how did they produced magnets for the sistems they had??..Do you thing this magnets were a one single piece, to create uniformity of the magnetic field???........Kukulcan----- Original Message -----From: Muska692@...Sent: Sunday, May 30, 2004 5:47 PMSubject: Re: [hameltech] Re: 11112 Cone progressOne thing to look out for:I used an epoxy adhesive from Home Depot, i forget what it was called. But when it dried, it was magnetic. Im assuming it had steel particles in it. Using this epoxy on magets would affect the magetic field, for better or worse. I think it was called "Titanium Strength Epoxy".-Matty (Muska692@...)
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> Why can't I get the video of the prototype to play on my computer?Is it
> because there isn't actually a video of the prototype working, or atall?
> I'm kind of sceptical of the whole thing.The Video fot he prototype is in a very small out of focus format. It
> Craig Stewart
appears that the motor starts turning when the stator gets near it.
Kohei Minato has a very similar motor looking almost like it was made
in the same machine shop. Minato says he uses a small electromagnet
that is pulsed to remove the magnetic coggs.