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Author Topic: Lasersaber is back after a year. Simple levitation without super cooling.  (Read 267 times)

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Found this interesting. I thought maybe something happened to him since his lat vid about 1 year ago was of an atomic battery running an EZspin motor in the nano amps.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EKgPvIFdrg

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Nice find Mags. I'm thinking the ossie motor in a vacuum  ;D Fascinating stuff. I think I need some. btw it was you who taught me how to bias the reeds back in the day
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Nice find Mags. I'm thinking the ossie motor in a vacuum  ;D Fascinating stuff. I think I need some.

Yeah, Im glad he is back.  Lasers Ezspin is very efficient like the Ossie motor. With the Ossie motor getting the 2 reeds to switch with identical timing is the tough part. And then there is the diodes voltage drop for charge back that can be a problem. But again, very low input to keep them going without a load.

But these materials from KJ Magnetics are pretty cool and Im sure we can make use of them.  ;) its where I bought some of my first mags for the whipmag.
https://www.kjmagnetics.com/products.asp?cat=85

Have mag wire from 18-42awg also
https://www.kjmagnetics.com/products.asp?cat=4



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Yeah, Im glad he is back.  Lasers Ezspin is very efficient like the Ossie motor. With the Ossie motor getting the 2 reeds to switch with identical timing is the tough part. And then there is the diodes voltage drop for charge back that can be a problem. But again, very low input to keep them going without a load.

But these materials from KJ Magnetics are pretty cool and Im sure we can make use of them.  ;) its where I bought some of my first mags for the whipmag.
https://www.kjmagnetics.com/products.asp?cat=85

Have mag wire from 18-42awg also
https://www.kjmagnetics.com/products.asp?cat=4



Mags

LOL Whipmag. Yeah I've used K&J for years. Can see a lot of experiments. I bought a couple of Russ 3d printed levitator where he smelted the diamag material.
   

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Well he did it. Lasersaber has an EZspin motor levitating like he said he wanted to do,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNcgnooayDc

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