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Stack as many large ring magnets together as
you wish and form a cylinder with them.†
They are inexpensive and easily available from surplus stores.
In the exact centre of this powerful magnet
cylinder place and secure a long bronze bearing to support the diameter of
rotor/shaft assembly you wish to "float".†† You can drop a single steel ball bearing down the centre diameter
of the long bronze bearing if you wish.
Keep in mind from now on the long bronze
bearing does only one thing.† It holds
the rotor/shaft assembly in an upright position at rest and at slow speeds. At
hi speeds a gyroscopic effect comes into play. I wonít delve into that except
to say itís hard to move the spinning rotor.
The rotor on the vertical shaft can be made of
any material but must have "equally" spaced magnets all around its
outside diameter. Those magnets MUST BE SECURED SO THEY DONíT FLY OFF WHEN THE
ROTOR IS SPINNING AT HIGH SPEEDS.
All the equally spaced magnets must have the
same polarities facing outboard and the same polarities facing inside.
If the rotor assembly is properly made it can
be lowered down into the centre long bronze bearing support and at some point
the rotor and shaft will "float". The rotor will never set on the
bottom of the support long bronze bearing.†
If to heavy and it "bottoms out" cut some rod length off the
top of the shaft to loose weight.† Add
heavy shaft collars to add weight to the shaft if to light.
What does all this mean?†††† Now we have a way to construct an almost
friction free rotor that does not use bearings for support at hi operational
speeds.† If properly constructed you can
blow on this rotor and it will turn while at rest. Thatís how much friction