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Electric EttCM Coil and Motor designs
#11
Hi Tom,

Yes I am interested in building a motor. I would start with a small test rig like you have shown to get a feel for it. Then a small one anywhere from 1 to 20 HP for example. Although if a 20HP isn’t a whole lot more expensive than a 1 HP then I would go for the larger one as a first build. I’m not interested in anything larger than that right now.
Funds aren't an issue but I don't have much fabrication equipment. An old mill with a sloppy table, a band saw, table saw, small drill press, a good coil winder and a decent set of hand tools. Also, I have to tell you, I am a slow builder due to limited time.

I have watched your zoom meeting with Vinyasi and downloaded the files from his link. These are very helpful with understanding.

Thank you for making this information public.

Cadman
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#12
Hi Mr. Cadman, The motor does not work like normal electric motors it works more like the transfer of energy from one gear to another gear - the whole of the gears teeth have potential energy but only where the gears come together is the energy transfer takes place 
To say: There is 10 hp applied to a gear rotating the 10 hp total transfer is done by 1 tooth to 1 tooth of the other gear in a percent of the whole of the circumference of the gear let's say 10 percent of the whole gear is used for this 10 hp. transfer. this small amount of time to transfer a total amount of energy is the key to the motor making a greater ratio output of 10 to 1 or more depending on the design of the motor systems.
If you are lost at this point of what is being said, it may need a different method of telling how the motor works.

If you have watched the video you know it is safe to contact me by Email and or have a zoom meeting with me
To see the technology in real time
This forum is nice be very limited to what can be presented to relay information needed to build the EttCM stuff.

Whatever anyone wishes to do is good.

Thanks Tom
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#13
The EttCM Motor design works differently than conventional motor designs do.
The motor field in a normal motor is magnetic either permanent or electrically produced.
The Field in the EttCM motor design is of ferrous based metals only. 
In this way the magnetic applied to it can be drawn on either pole N or S 
And the short distance of induction to the attraction is very short as shown in the drawing below.
   
Because the EttCM coil produces a greater pull force to a normal coil design the short distance is an
advantage because the On time is very short but still producing the same output power as the normal coil.
The drawing below shows an example of the output force. Note: only 2 coils of a multi coil motor are shown.
   
Of course. This drawing is shown as a 2 coil design that relays to a multi coil design as 
shown below.
   
What is happening is there are only 2 coils On drawing input power to run the motor at a time
But because the motor contains multi coils there is a always a pull force of X amount equal to many times output to
the input watts'
And again, this is only an example of one design that may vary depending on many factors

But the end results are the output power is much greater than the input needed so using 
permanent magnet force as the power source - No outside energy is needed to develop usable power 
to run itself and other items.

This is only an example of what is possible using the EttCM coil design in a motor of this type of design
AS a set of designs working with each other to produce this effect.

This technology is Public domain.  for everyone's use.

Thanks Tom aka Dr. Wlazlak
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#14
Tom

For those of us building one of these motors, this rotor, the black part with the bolts in it. What material(s) is it made of?

   
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#15
The black part of the motor is the rotor in is made of ...........................................................................................
What every you want to use.
I used just cold rolled steel because I had it in my collection of stuff
I have an Engineering and fabrication business and a fabrication shop soT sometimes I have metals laying around
needing a home
Of course, this rotor housing was built in 2002 for a different motor and reused for this motor
when I build a something it is for testing the idea and if it works there is also a good chance
the parts will get taken for use in another testing device.

It saves time and money and space in storing parts
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#16
That's quite surprising. I assumed it would be a non-magnetic material.
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#17
Hi Mr. C
It does not matter because it is round and even spaced to the induction field plate
it does not have any magnetic attraction in any direction that causes drag on drain to the output power
and being steel it is hard and can hold the centrifugal force from the rotating motion
That is trying at best to throw the EttCM coil off the rotor I used # 8 grade bolts to hold the coil to the rotor.
any hard material can be used magnetic or not does not matter. there are no counter effects that it causes.
I used steel ball bearings because I had them, however ceramic bearings have less resistance of friction.
I have also use brass bushings and low friction grease on some motor in the past.
The commutator also needs greased to produce less friction, something that does not burn is nice.

The motor does not have to rotate, and engine type device with reciprocating ferrous piston and 2 fixed coils 
could prove the effect as well.

have fun with this stuff - Tom aka Dr. Wlazlak
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#18
Hi everyone, I just wanted to go on the forum and thank Mr. Cadman for joining me in emails between him and I to give information on how to build working unity technology devices. related to the EttCM technology.
Today's topic was using a magnetic shield to produce a magnetic repulsion to same poles on a motor type device
where the electric input is many times less than the output power of the power source of permanent magnetic kinetic energy.
if anyone else is interested in doing this one on one information of my technologies you may contact me at my email
wlazlakt@gmail.com
because there is a time per day limit on how many can do this with. I may have have to at some point postpone to a later date.
if interested.
Thanks, it a hobby, Tom Wlazlak
Or ask Mr. Cadman is it time worth spent?
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