Learn how to build a permanent magnet motor using a bicycle wheel!
David has spent many hours and many nights awake learning how to use these magnets. Many
hours of research have gone into his design. This motor uses simple Radio Shack ceramic bar magnets.
David first built a linear carriage type motor to test his theories and designs. He fastened a row of magnets all north side up on a flat table top. he then built a movable roller carriage with magnets placed on top.
When he placed the movable roller carriage over the first row of stationary table top magnets the carriage moved on it's own! David was very excited! It moved all the way down the row of magnets all by itself until it reached the last magnet and then stopped. He then thought all that needs to be done is to apply more magnets. So he thought of a simple motor using a 26" bicycle wheel. He bolted one end of the wheel axle to a 1/2" x 4' x 4' piece of plywood and mounted it on a wall. He then mounted his bar magnets around the entire wheel leaving some spacing etc... He then used 2 magnets placed on the outside as the stationary magnets. The wheel began to move all on it's own. After the wheel did one complete turn it stopped? This was a break through! WOW! The wheel actually turned on it's own using nothing but magnets!
David then got his mind on another invention ( as most inventors do ) and did not stick with this motor ( It makes me mad when he does that ). He then began experimenting with Nikola Tesla's free energy work! He designed and developed the Fuelless Engine and the SP500 low rpm ac generator Inventions which he built and finish! So I thought it would be a good idea to at least offer David's notes in a brief plan form to those interested in researching and building there own free energy permanent magnet motor. WE are offering plans below. We are thinking about a video soon so keep checking our website.
When David gets over being excited about his Fuelless Engine and SP500 Generator design's I know he will work more on his permanent magnet motor design. His notes on his perm - magnet motor should save you many hours of research work.