Homemade DC motor with simple tools two coils , brushes and commutator. See how a real motor works. Thanks for watching, give me a comment for more ...
From Muhammad Ramadan
See our non-profit green energy site here: http://www.lablancinventors.org/ Goto: http://www.robotshop.com/dc-motors.html and find the 5 pole motor to make a ...
From Lablanc Engineering-two
DC motor with brushes and commutation, running on a 9V battery. Aluminum tape was used. Fleming college students Adam Parnell, Matt Smith, Paul ...
From Paul MacLellan
Attention! See the new video with the RIGHT connection of the coils (3 coils, 3 contacts, 2 magnets) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3VZNae9jJo.
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A simple electric motor. Power from two, in series, 3.7volt 2.4Ahr Li-Ion rechargeable batteries. Rotor made from several windings of insulated wire. One end of ...
A simple DC motor, made with a cork, two screws, two nails, and bits of aluminum foil for the commutator.
From Ed Hitchcock
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lxgstuffs How to Make a Simple Electric Motor What we need: a copper wire ,a magnet, a 1.5V battery, hot glue 1 - Make a ...
From LXG Design
In this video I will show you how to make dc motor using Neodymium Magnets, Coca Cola can, copper wire and 12 volt adapter.
From JAY DEV
Small electric motor homemade, easy to make.. The description of the details to replicate the electric motor is written in the various steps of the video.
From Electric Experiments Roobert33
A simple motor we made in physics with 12 magnets, a butter tub, a fairly large amount of copper wire, plus a few copper strips, glue, alligator clips and a rubber ...
This is the result of a class assignment - "Build an Electric Motor." The class is ECE301, University of Tennessee, Knoxvegas. Geeky Description: Eight ...
Challenge your students to build a simple motor with only three components: a battery, a piece of copper wire, and a strong magnet in this fun demonstration.