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Author Topic: Equilibrium Motor break through, LaFonte Group  (Read 5627 times)


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Equilibrium Motor break through, LaFonte Group
« on: November 14, 2007, 07:34:14 AM »
After many years of building prototypes and testing we believe tests ran today show that we have developed a true drag free generator (Magneto type design). We made a video of the results and will post to Youtube. This is what we have developed.
We built a disk type rotor with 1" x 1" grade 48 NIB magnets. We then designed a very basic stator layout with the exception that we put a repulsion magnet in the path of the rotor magnet and stator magnetic circuit. The repulsion magnet is placed on one side of the rotor magnet. The opposite side of the rotor magnet is in attraction to the core of the stator. The repulsion magnet is between the rotor magnet and the other side of the stator core. This is a breakthrough design in that it places the repulsion magnet in the working stator magnetic field and any changes in that field pass through the repulsion aspect of the equilibrium system and keep the magnetic forces equal but opposite regardless of the load induced stator magnetic circuit. This allows the rotor magnet to move through the stator in a state of equilibrium with no drag even when the electrical load changes on the generator.
The improvements we are making are to numerous to list here. I will mention a few though. New stator core material, larger coils, electro-magnets replacing the permanent magnets, micro-processor control of the equilibrium system, bearings upgraded, high speed composite multiple rotors, multiple stators per rotor and super-conducting wiring as a future improvement.
We have an open door policy and anyone can come and view our generator in operation and conduct a close inspection. We will be testing the system by tuning the equilibrium system under load which is an interesting aspect of this design. You have to let the load be imposed on the system and then tune it back to equilibrium. This will be accomplished by micro-processor in the future.
I am sending the video to Youtube tonight and will post a link to it.
Mark is building a second unit for me so I will have one available for public viewing on the east coast as Mark is located on the west coast.
The speed of our progress will depend on funding.
Please, no negative replies unless you have a video of your replication of our design explaining your comment. We are to busy to respond to opinions only.
We have been working on this many, many years as you may have seen on the web. Thanks to those who supported us even when things looked less promising.
Butch LaFonte

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Re: Equilibrium Motor break through, LaFonte Group
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2007, 09:48:31 AM »
Good luck Butch and Mark.

Hans von Lieven

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Re: Equilibrium Motor break through, LaFonte Group
« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2007, 11:08:04 AM »
Yes. Wish you every success!!


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Re: Equilibrium Motor break through, LaFonte Group
« Reply #3 on: November 14, 2007, 12:57:24 PM »
Great news Butch!

I've been impressed with your equilibrium motor ever since you first presented your design.
Fantastic to hear you have managed to make it truly drag-free! :)
Will certainly watch your youtube vid.

the best of luck guys!

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Re: Equilibrium Motor break through, LaFonte Group
« Reply #4 on: November 19, 2007, 11:22:20 PM »
Great to see you posting again, Butch. I was sad to see your website down.
Are you using the Black Sand idea I suggested a few months back?
I REALLY like your powerhouse generator and want to try my hand at building one myself using black sand.
Keep posting here and on Youtube, me and my buddies can't get enough of watching your devices and progress.

Best regards,
Jeff Arrington

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Re: Equilibrium Motor break through, LaFonte Group
« Reply #5 on: November 20, 2007, 05:35:52 AM »
I think Butch has already uploaded it to youtube over here:
and here:

Looks great.
Hope to see soon more of it.

Regards, Stefan.

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