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Author Topic: 3D printing a structure for an experiment with magnets  (Read 9596 times)

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Re: 3D printing a structure for an experiment with magnets
« Reply #45 on: September 21, 2016, 08:06:04 AM »
Yeah, that glue is a mess. It is actually silicone. I tried to wipe off the most, but it is so messy I didn't manage to clean it all off :D
They got aluminium tape at Biltema or Clas Ohlson over here.
I will try to make a proper simulation of two rotors with the similaer configuration, but where both rotors have the same radius. No expectations if that will work better, but the idea is that the final torque might be more of the same on each rotor. I can then save the present outer rotor for the next experiment.

I do not have weaker magnets. I only have neos that I took from defective speakers and brushless motors.


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