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1872 Electro-Magnetic Engine Patent Model, Patent# 122,944

by Skimbal, published

1872 Electro-Magnetic Engine Patent Model, Patent# 122,944 by Skimbal Jan 6, 2015
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My son, is looking to do an engineering project in high school and was thinking about electro magnetic. I don't know enough about it, but reading up on what you are doing here would def help. So if you ever get back around to this, :)

I'm also interested in making the battery case and hiding the arduino that controls the motor...are there any instructions for this?

Do you have any instructions on the contacts and switch used for the battery case?

Where is the Ubolt cutting jig file?

Looks like I forgot it. File added now.