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1/4-Scale Replica by Doug Furr
Having honored the NDA long after the term expired, given new
unsettling developments I now reveal blueprints, photos, and other insider
information in hopes that it might help the many people out there trying to
replicate Michael Brady's all-magnet motor.
Douglass K. Furr is an extremely talented and smart Mechanical Engineer who owns
a machine shop in Orem, Utah. He's presently working on a fuel efficiency
retrofit technology that we'll be announcing in a few weeks that could surpass
anything that is now available.
Back in 2003, he built a 1/4-scale version of the Perendev magnet motor, doing
everything per the blueprint specs with the exception of bringing the stator in
from the side rather than using the clamshell arrangement that Brady used.
Also, for the shielding sleeves around the magnets we used graphite, per Brady's
recommendation. Also, Doug introduced a way to infinitely adjust the
rotors with respect to one another for the offset optimization. He also
had a hand crank from the side to fine-tune the adjustment of the stators with
respect to the rotors.
So with that exception, the plans below could be used as a 1/4-scale blueprint
of what Brady used to build the motor shown in the video.
We couldn't ever get the motor to run, but it sure is a nice piece of
work. Presently a friend of mine, Cal, has it and is tinkering with some
ideas he's had to maybe get it to run.
The plastic is Delron(?) (sp?)
The magnets were neodymium (I can't remember their stength: N42?)
The frame is made of aluminum
The shaft is made of steel
The the three stator shafts are made of anodized aluminum.
The set screws are made of brass (non-magnetic).
(23 Mb download) - AutoCAD files by Doug Furr of his 1/4-scale replica
[posted Dec. 8, 2010]
Solidworks and Cad files, around 1-2 Mb each
- executable file that shows the rotor from various angles
Johannesburg - including the machine shop we went to to pick up
the newly fabricated motor components (rotors and stators); neighbor
Nielson Mandela's home; opulence/poverty contrast; street vendors
House - including a shot of the kitchen table I was sitting at
when a witness confirmed he had seen the motor running
Power -- First-Hand Report - Sterling D. Allan gives a history
of his interaction with Michael J. Brady over three years in process
of securing the North American rights to manufacture and market the
magnet motor. (FreeEnergyNews; March 18, 2004)