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Author Topic: Friedrich Luling Magnet Motor  (Read 36654 times)

Offline rstergar

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Re: Friedrich Luling Magnet Motor
« Reply #60 on: December 31, 2017, 04:43:35 PM »
Thank you :)

But this model will not work because I must start over and create it more precise and with better materials than plastic...

Here is my new idea of design:

I will start ASAP...will update here ;)

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Re: Friedrich Luling Magnet Motor
« Reply #60 on: December 31, 2017, 04:43:35 PM »

Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Friedrich Luling Magnet Motor
« Reply #61 on: January 04, 2018, 12:45:50 PM »
So this dude has found a way to turn off the permanent magnet at the sticky point he says. Great. Does he also reveal hiw he does that?

If not, honestly, then this is just another guess n speculate thing. And these things never work.

Such a prefered myth consumption loop is really an interesting behaviour pattern. I wonder why people don't concentrate on open source concepts.

Perhaps you have never heard of Howard Robert Johnson?

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Re: Friedrich Luling Magnet Motor
« Reply #62 on: February 28, 2018, 04:06:44 PM »
i read for 2 years in this forum now, just signed up only because this great approach to l├╝nings magnet motor.
i think it doesnt work like this because the iron blocks, once in line with the magnet, will stick very strong to the magnet in the middle.
yes, there is a spring to pull it back, but i wouldnt underrate the force the iron sticks to the magnet.

you can disable or at least weaken a permanent magnet by attaching a coil around it. or better: the square shaped coil is attached between the iron blocks and move with them over the magnet.
i think if the coil is fixed on the magnet it doesnt make a difference because then the coil holding the ironblocks in place...
this coil has to be energized only for a very short pulse to set the iron blocks free again, so the spring can easily pull the iron blocks back.

thats the only thing why the motor shouldnt work properly. and i think thats the reason why there are some wires on the motor in the orinigal video.

is this too easy? ^^


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