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Ball Bearing Motor - How to Make/How it Works [Science]
posted January 28 2014 3:46.09 by spic0m




"A ball bearing motor, showing how to make one and how it works. I use roller bearings from which I've removed the grease and a piece of wood for the flywheel. For the low voltage, high current I use a microwave oven transformer. This is sometimes also called a Marinov motor."




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