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Magnetite Cores

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Uploaded on Jan 29, 2009

Demonstration of making magneitite cores. Robert Adams and others have claimed magnitite cores made thier motors more efficient. I am not claiming that yet for I havnt done any tests to prove that yet, however i can tell you that they seem to make a weaker electromagnet and are less attracted by magnets that than typical silicon-steel cores. Im going to try and update this as i make new findings.
1/30/2009
The lindemann attraction rotor i was working on is not going to work with magnetite. The coils magnetic field is to weak for that. It also preformed poorly with my magnet rotor until i discovered something. I was using weak ceramic magnets, the type bedini suggests. They attract very little and repel very little to magnetite. However, i tried some strong neodymium magnets and it preformed very well. Neo magnets on the rotor are the way to go with magnetite.

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