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Author Topic: Advice for a MM newbie?  (Read 2879 times)

Offline Ultimist

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Advice for a MM newbie?
« on: October 24, 2008, 12:11:54 AM »
Hello everyone,

I originally posted this over on CLanZer's forums a couple weeks ago, but there doesn't seem to be much going on over there at the moment.  I recently found overunity.com and discovered that there are a lot more active users here, so I thought I'd repost this here:


I've been interested in creating a magnet motor for some time now.  I've been working on an idea I've been tossing around in my head for several years.

I have a few questions, though, that I thought someone here could help me with...

1.  Has someone made a true overunity magnet motor that actually works?  I mean, one that maintains its RPM's and provides enough spin to generate electricity?

2. Being new and not having experimented before, what are some of the do's and don'ts I should follow?  Many have come before me, so I am sure there are things to know about avoiding the "sticky spot," methods that definitely DON'T work, etc...

3. I have a bit of carpentry experience, but have never worked with spinning discs, wheels, etc.  What sorts of parts and materials will I need to fasten a wheel to a shaft which will spin, and what sort of housings are needed to hold the ends of the shaft in place, while still allowing them to spin freely?  And also, what is the best lubricant to use for these sort of projects?

4. Assuming a person has a design that actually keeps spinning, what sort of hardware/electronics are needed to limit the RPM's of that device, so that it can produce a constant amount of current?  There would have to be a way to control the RPM's, so that the machine doesn't keep speeding up until the whole thing flies apart.  Especially with larger motors that use large magnets, having a way to stop the machine without hurting oneself is vital.

5. I don't have much experience at all with electronics.  Are there some good resources online where I could learn how to build a generator and learn about everything needed to control the output and quality of the power being generated?

I actually have it in mind to build several motors.  I first want to build a small generator that can power one device, such as a lamp or TV, and then build a larger one to power an entire house, car, etc.  I have this image in my head of someone out camping, watching a regular TV that is just plugged into a little black box.

Of course, something like this will put the power companies and oil companies out of business, but isn't that the point?  We are being charged far too much for energy these days, and it is only going to get worse unless we do something.  We have to look at it as a choice between bankrupting THEM or bankrupting ourselves...

Anyway, I will truly appreciate any help/advice that is offered.  I may have more questions later.  I'll post them when I do.

Rod

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Advice for a MM newbie?
« on: October 24, 2008, 12:11:54 AM »

Offline TinselKoala

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Re: Advice for a MM newbie?
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2008, 12:23:11 AM »
Ultimist, I wish you the very best of luck.

You may be interested in looking at the saga of "overconfident", "alsetalokin", and their "Whipmag" also known as the OC MPMM.
Whether this device is a subtle hoax or not, it is extremely interesting, and all the research and development issues are documented on the web in various places.
You may learn a lot about all the topics and subjects you mentioned in your post, by following the Whipmag saga.

That being said, I have to tell you that your goal of powering your house with a permanent magnet motor free energy device, is one that will be very difficult to attain, in the short run. Hope and try for a simple self-sustainer, before you start worrying about how to keep it from flying apart.

Again, good luck, and keep us posted on your progress. There are lots of folks on these threads that will help with machining advice, material sources, electronic circuit design, and other stuff.

Offline 0c

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Re: Advice for a MM newbie?
« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2008, 04:37:38 AM »
1.  Has someone made a true overunity magnet motor that actually works?  I mean, one that maintains its RPM's and provides enough spin to generate electricity?

Rod,

Of all your questions, this is the only one I think I can give a decent answer to.

1. Nobody knows. There are a number of magnetic motors with eyewitnesses claiming they had seen them working with no apparent source of power. There are YouTube videos that certainly appear to be working motors. There are people out there selling books, plans, and kits for building your own magic, magnetic motors. As far as I can tell though, there are no self sustaining magnet motors anywhere.

OC

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Re: Advice for a MM newbie?
« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2008, 04:37:38 AM »
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