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Author Topic: Lt - magnet-motor  (Read 22261 times)

Offline skippy

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Lt - magnet-motor
« on: February 05, 2011, 05:19:42 PM »
www.lt-magnet-motor.com

Does anyone have any insight on what you receive for his $11.00? Genuine?, scam?, buildable? Links to Info? - Skippy

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Lt - magnet-motor
« on: February 05, 2011, 05:19:42 PM »

Offline e2matrix

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Re: Lt - magnet-motor
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2011, 11:30:49 PM »
While it's not the usual Magniwork hype and BS he sort of kills his credibility by stealing the Muammer Yildiz video and putting his "LT - magnet motor" label on it.  It is cheap enough to give it a try and since it's PayPal you could likely get your money back.  I'd write him first asking if he claims that is the motor he built.  I can't say I'd trust this as being valid deal at this point. 

Offline e2matrix

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Re: Lt - magnet-motor
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2011, 11:48:48 PM »
Digging a little deeper I see he quotes Sterling Allen of peswiki.com as saying "I believe the LT motor design has it".  However I can't see any reference to that on Sterlings web site but I will assume this would be a reference to Lee Tseung's tong wheel motor which might barely have OU but no one I know has been building it with any hopes of powering any real world devices.  And if it's Tseung's motor than he is again stealing something and claiming it as his own in an attempt to get money.  The more I dig the worse this smells. 

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Re: Lt - magnet-motor
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2011, 11:48:48 PM »
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Offline Poit

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Re: Lt - magnet-motor
« Reply #3 on: February 05, 2011, 11:54:04 PM »
my opinion = TOTAL SCAM!! ive personally seen dozens upon dozens of relabled youtube videos with this LT MAGNET MOTOR embedded into the video...

scam scam scam scam scam scam........ all he does is find OU and OU related videos on youtube, downloads them, tags it with his LT MAGNET MOTOR and reposts the video............ any one who does dodgy things like this just HAS to be a scam...he even reposted some stuff from the overunity.com account on youtube!!!!

DO NOT TRUST THIS SCAMMER!!

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Offline e2matrix

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Re: Lt - magnet-motor
« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2011, 12:57:34 AM »
Web site info for lt-magnet-motor.com :

Registrant:
LTentertainment

753 West Boulevard
Chipley, Florida 32428
United States

Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: LT-MAGNET-MOTOR.COM
Created on: 29-Sep-10
Expires on: 29-Sep-11
Last Updated on: 29-Sep-10

Administrative Contact:
Rolland, Peter ltonos@gmail.com
LTentertainment
753 West Boulevard
Chipley, Florida 32428
United States
(850) 638-6245

Technical Contact:
Rolland, Peter ltonos@gmail.com
LTentertainment
753 West Boulevard
Chipley, Florida 32428
United States
(850) 638-6245

BTW that address is the "Panhandle Area Education" facility.  ???

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Re: Lt - magnet-motor
« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2011, 12:57:34 AM »
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Offline sterlinga

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Re: Lt - magnet-motor
« Reply #5 on: February 06, 2011, 04:13:55 AM »
Digging a little deeper I see he quotes Sterling Allen of peswiki.com as saying "I believe the LT motor design has it".  However I can't see any reference to that on Sterlings web site but I will assume this would be a reference to Lee Tseung's tong wheel motor which might barely have OU but no one I know has been building it with any hopes of powering any real world devices.  And if it's Tseung's motor than he is again stealing something and claiming it as his own in an attempt to get money.  The more I dig the worse this smells.

Someone just brought this to my attention.  I wrote:

Thanks for bringing this to my attention.

I don't recall making anu such statement regarding the LT Motor.  And I am Cc'ing him here to ask him to remove that.  It is not my sentiment.  I would love for it to be true, but I've received no evidence yet one way or the other.  If he wants to send me evidence, I'd be glad to promote this.

Our page about it is here: http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:_Luis_Tonos_(LT)_Magnet_Motor
there, I say:

"If you happen to have built one of these, please let me know. Did it work? No? I would like to let other people know. If this is a working design, we would like nothing more than to promote it and to get the word out. If it is a dud, I think people would appreciate knowing that as well."

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Re: Lt - magnet-motor
« Reply #6 on: February 06, 2011, 04:01:52 PM »
Someone just brought this to my attention. I wrote:

Thanks for bringing this to my attention.

I don't recall making anu such statement regarding the LT Motor. And I am Cc'ing him here to ask him to remove that. It is not my sentiment. I would love for it to be true, but I've received no evidence yet one way or the other. If he wants to send me evidence, I'd be glad to promote this.

Our page about it is here: http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:_Luis_Tonos_(LT)_Magnet_Motor
there, I say:

"If you happen to have built one of these, please let me know. Did it work? No? I would like to let other people know. If this is a working design, we would like nothing more than to promote it and to get the word out. If it is a dud, I think people would appreciate knowing that as well."

I got the following response within hours:


----- Original Message -----
From: LT motor
To: Sterling Allan
Sent: Saturday, February 05, 2011 9:49 PM
Subject: Re: permission Re: The LT design has it...


Hello.
I would like to apologize for putting in my site the following claim:
"Sterling D. Allan (Owner of peswiki.com) said: "I believe the LT motor design has it."

The comment has now been removed from the site.
I did this because I misunderstood a portion of the email message below where Mr. [RG] was the person that actually said that fraise not Mr. Sterling.
Again I apologize for this misunderstanding.
Best regards.




On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 11:07 AM, Sterling Allan <sterlingda@pureenergysystems.com> wrote:

Hi [RG],

Can I post your comment?
with your name?
email? ...

Sterling

----- Original Message -----
From: [RG]
To: sterlingda...
Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 2010 4:14 AM
Subject: The LT design has it...


Sterling,

I believe the Luis Tonos design has it. I can tell by the shape of the stator ring in the upper left of your photo. That shape comes from one of the patents I reviewed for magnetic motors, but that inventor was using a pulse from an electromagnet to push the rotor through the 'hang point' where the gap is in the stator. The brady motor used the pull on the other two rotors to pull the assembly through the 'stick point'. By placing the gaps on the three stators at 120 degress to each other, you always have the pull on two of the rotors to break the stick point of the third. It's also necessary to stagger the rotation of the three rotors so that the manets are not lined up between them from side to side. That way you don't get a magnet centered on the stick point for each rotor simultaneously. I believe we have reached the 100th monkey point on this design. I figured it out by studying everything I could find on free energy magnetic motors and studying patents over a period of several years. I've been lax in getting one built for financial reasons, but I am confident it will work (I know you've heard THAT before!).

It was hard to tell what Mike Brady's configuration was from his videos, but certain conclusions could be reached (Calloway reached most of the same conclusions). Your replica does not appear to have the magnetic ramp on the stators (this could have been disguised in the Brady motor). It should be easier to get a motor like this working with an iron stator like in the LT photo rather than a stator ringed with magnets because the magnets are hard to arrange so that cogging is eliminated. The iron stator provides smooth pull, but less torque than a properly configured magnet stator.

I personally know an inventor who designed a motor/generator like this and sold it to Toyota, I believe it was, and it is being used as the generator in a hybrid electric car. At least that is what he says. He described the concept well enough that I knew it matched what I had figured out. He said it was given to him in a dream by God and shown to use the omega symbol as the shape for the stator. One half of the omega looks like the stator in the Ron Cole magnet motor drawing produced by Bedini.

Combining this design with the Newman/EV Gray principles on the same machine to further assist in breaking through the 'stick points' (which is my idea - I've never seen anyone else even suggest it) should create a motor with tremedous torque. I'm in the process now of assembling the materials to build a prototype.

Best regards,

[RG]

B.S.E.E.


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Re: Lt - magnet-motor
« Reply #6 on: February 06, 2011, 04:01:52 PM »
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Offline e2matrix

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Re: Lt - magnet-motor
« Reply #7 on: February 07, 2011, 07:03:08 PM »
I sent an email 2 days ago to the owner of the LT Magnet motor web site.  I basically asked if he had built this motor and if he had pictures or video of the one he built.  And I asked if he was powering anything in his home with it.  No response has been received.  Since he did respond to Sterling he is apparently around.  So that doesn't speak well for what he has.  However after seeing Sterling's response I just realized that some plans that were posted somewhere on this forum (still trying to find where I got them) are actually of this LT magnet motor.  I had just found these recently and in looking at them thought it could very well be a working motor.  However one credible person here had indicated he didn't think it would work well.  It looks much easier to build than most magnet motors I've seen.  But since there is no feedback from the originator yet I don't know if it would be worth trying.  I'll say this is definitely not the same deal though as all the BS Magniwork scam stuff that is being sold on so many sites lately.  So my vote is still out on this one...

 

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