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Author Topic: A french magnetic motor from the great inventor, Sir Justin Christofleau  (Read 4922 times)

Offline benfr

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Hi there !

I have attached the patent from Justin Christofleau, an eminent name of a french inventor who created many devices in the beginning of the 20th century, and sell thousands of electroculture machines back in time then.
He was producing giant vegetables ( 4 meters wide cabbage ! ), with his electro-magnetic earthy - sky device.
But, it appears to me that, aside rexresearh.com, a few knew he had created a magnetic self-running motor.
What I would like to do his to replicate this motor.
I am attaching an english version of his patent - beit known that the french patent is way, ways more detailed.

The chances that this motor is a scam is utterly weak...this inventor was also the father of the dough (bread-making machine) now used in every bakery ! (please check this for yourself !).
To me , the chance that is motor is hard to replicate is indeed to consider. However, when thoroughly studying the plans and description, it appears that there is no millimeter set and no magnet grinding and nothing highly complicated.
I'll let you guys check it out for yourselves...
When if I'm able to set something up that works, I'll post it here.
I sincerely hope it is as easy as it seems.

Yours sincerely

Bastien

Offline benfr

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hello,
I have built a prototype but found that the exerting force of the first socle was enough to magnetize the first bar but not enough to in turn magnetize the second bar.
for now I have suspended my work on this.

Offline cheors

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Avez-vous un lien pour le brevet en fran├žais ?
Do you have a link for the french patent ?

Thanks

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Offline cheors

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Thank you for the link. Interesting.
« Last Edit: April 21, 2019, 07:22:15 AM by cheors »

Offline benfr

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I ought to post a photo of this device, to see what magnets were used.