Re: [hameltech] Re: 11112 Cone progress +plus
- I remember all these Black&decker laser linjals. I wonder if you not could
find something similar to this.
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From: "Ali Bali Gumba" <ali_bali_gumba@...>
Sent: Wednesday, June 23, 2004 4:45 AM
Subject: [hameltech] Re: 11112 Cone progress +plus
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Matt Rock" <mattihorn@i...> wrote:
> >Unfortuneately, the tool maker is only as good as his tools. Too bad
> we don't have 1/10,000 or 1/100,000ths tooling technology. Laser
> measuring measuring is but a dream I can't afford.
> Nobody can hit this type of accuracy. If the principal behind an
> invention is correct, super high accuracies are NOT NEEDED! After all
> a child can make an electric motor with some wire and NAILS for godsakes.
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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.