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Old 07-11-2013, 09:41 PM
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Ill be posting up the pics of what's up

Didn't take pictures of the mangled motor before I cleaned it up though... had alot of old ferrite stuck to the plates that was fun to take off

Neo is n45 with poles located on the 1/2"x1/2" faces... 68 pounds of pull per end x 10 links

Currently, the bottom plate has the neo on it and im awaiting cure so I can toss the top plate on... hoping like hell there's no small imperfections that'll crack pillars when I apply the plate

Thoughts, ideas etc welcome

Before it comes up, im still working on what id like to do for the cooling (ull c in pictures what I mean)

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Next to a quarter

little tip, glue doesn't stick to smooth neo

Shim...

Snug as possible..the top of the shim isn't the shim, just structural

Set points for shim...u can see the actual shim precision here



Repeat but nice to see...













OLD basket


NEW basket


OLD surround


NEW surround


































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Damn, that ass.....



Will post more pictures when im not sleeping ha

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F'it, ill post the pics then bedski...






Next to a quarter

little tip, glue doesn't stick to smooth neo

Shim...

Snug as possible..the top of the shim isn't the shim, just structural

Set points for shim...u can see the actual shim precision here



Repeat but nice to see...

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why didn't you make them equidistant from the gap? {I see the square pattern you made but it doesn't make sense to me}
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why didn't you make them equidistant from the gap? {I see the square pattern you made but it doesn't make sense to me}
I modeled it in FEMM and I liked the results.... the original intent was partial structural support accrosed the plate and bottom between the mounting surface but also having the saturation at the outter edges to allow the flux to go up both the inner and outter edges to charge the plate evenly

The pole orientation vs the stock form of this motor shouldn't differ.... the sides of the poles are shielded since the orientation of the poles are on the ends
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that's neat... and strange.

I'd like to see a radiation image representation of the final result.

good stuff man. nice work also


btw, how does the weight compare to the original? finished weight vs original weight
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that's neat... and strange.

I'd like to see a radiation image representation of the final result.

good stuff man. nice work also


btw, how does the weight compare to the original? finished weight vs original weight
Its like a feather... shim will be out tonight to check for gap tolerance...it looks sexy on a 12w7 basket
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sweet.

those are some very strong neo magnets. do they even need glue?
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sweet.

those are some very strong neo magnets. do they even need glue?
There's a good chance they could stay with out glue, but I also love overkill...also the neo links have a factory tolerance of. 002" +/- and the top plates surface was pitted so the glue will fill the voids (if any) and eliminate any risk of a week joint
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I am curious if the plates exhibit polar radiation now. {top plate positive, bottom plate negative}

they should and I know that's the goal. I'm not saying they don't or won't.

did the neo magnets have a preference as to which end liked which plate to begin with? kinda seems like if they did, then they should be flipped over and fought together.
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