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Perpetual motion

by 100rabh, published

Perpetual motion by 100rabh Apr 10, 2013

Description

Used 3Ds Max to model the parts.
Most of parts are just Plain rods of any size so they dont need to be printer.
You will need Neodymium Magnets to use it.

Eg: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLek_3Hpwus

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I did not design it for any particular size.

I am sorry but when I designed it, it was to be re-sized as per users requirement.
hi i am going to 3d print this but it seems very small when i open in cura do i have to resize it ?. what size magnets is this designed for any help much appreciated
So it will never stop spinning ? ever?

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Instructions

Used 3Ds Max to model the parts.
Most of parts are just Plain rods of any size so they dont need to be printer.
You will need Neodymium Magnets to use it.

Eg: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLek_3Hpwus

So it will never stop spinning ? ever?
Brilliant stuff! VERY nice design indeed!
I wish i could design a rotor like yours - I'm nowhere as good in cad.
Keep up the great work!
Can you post a video of your printed version in action on here?
Lol Nice one, does it work ? ha ha !
Yes it does. You would need really powerful magnets.
What a great project, it could change the world if it works! It satisfies a fundamental law of physics, that perpetual motion machines must have lots of magnets.
Thanks for comment. It motivates me.
Will try more things.
hi i am going to 3d print this but it seems very small when i open in cura do i have to resize it ?. what size magnets is this designed for any help much appreciated
I did not design it for any particular size.

I am sorry but when I designed it, it was to be re-sized as per users requirement.
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