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TanyaAkinora

Axial flux 3-phase PM Generator

by TanyaAkinora Mar 15, 2016
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Thank you for this thing! Thumbs up to you!

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The project is not implemented.
no mounting of coils to the axis

I agree.
I recommend looking at https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2635188

Gen6 - 3d printed, Halbach Array electric power generator

There were questions, help please!
1) What is the turn?
2) show the video work, I can not complete your project. How to fix the coils?

Great project! I would love to make one for a wind turbine project. Just 2 quick questions:

  • Where did you get the magnets and coils and is the metal top necessary to achieve the 10W?
  • What rpm was the device spun to achieve 10 W?

Thank you!

It's looking nice. I want to make it on my new 3D printer. I need the following details

How many magnets and rotor have you used?

Thank you.
36 magnets. (20X10X2mm)
But I strongly recommend making an electric generator with a Halbach array.
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1693579

Radial low-RPM Halbach array PM Generator with serpentine coils.

I contacted some magnet manufacturers, they don't know about Halback array. So, Already I ordered some curved magnets for this purpose. Is there any difference between copper strips and copper coil in performance wise? In this arrangement how many rotors you used? I couldn't clearly view assembled parts.

How many watt do you get??

I'm screaming out of excitement!

Как-то, пропустил я это? !!! Не женское это дело ))) А можно поподробней, сколько выжали V, какая скорость раскрутки и ..... ?

Love your designs!!! Especially generators and turbines, etc. Hoping for a vertical and or a horizontal wind turbine for this generator. ;)

May i suggest to post it on http://www.instructables.com? You know, it almost hearts me to see this kind of stuff with its own spirit here, where it seems most latest low poly dust collector is the way to go. I also posted my 3D printed electrostatic motor there
(http://www.instructables.com/id/Electrostatic-Motor/) and at least people with the same interests are available.

динамо машинка ? 8)))

Yes of course! ;)