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28 gauge coil how to build your own generator - selfgrowth.com

by:Thumbs-Up     2019-08-03
When I was in the first grade, I won the Science Fair at the school.This is not too difficult.All I did was build a foam plastic model of the solar system, including the asteroid belt and all nine planets (yes, there were nine planets at the time ).I made a Moon for the Earth and I didn't bother with all the other planets.There are 62 satellites in Saturn alone, so I need an extra week to build my model, and I think I forgot to mention that the project is based on last minute ideas, it was conceived up to two days before the submission of materials.In the following years, due to projects including the construction of a small science fair, I attended the science fair at least frequently at the school.Experiments on scale volcanoes and dry ice.However, one project I never thought of at the time was to build a portable generator.Until recently, the project seemed ridiculous to me.But it turns out that a person can build his own generator quickly and easily.Now understand that with these steps you will not be able to build a generator that will power your entire house in an emergency;The final product will be a low wattage generator.Still, it's an interesting educational program.The materials you need include 22-500 feetNo. 28 enameled copper wire, a magnet of 4 inch bars, a steel rod of 12 inch in length and 4 inch in diameter, a cardboard pipe in diameter, 1x4 24 inch of wood and two quarterly inch flat washers.The first step is to build a "U" frame to support the rotor.The rotor is a permanent bar magnet mounted on the steel shaft.To do this, cut the wood into two pieces 6 inch and one piece 12 inch (inches in length), and then nail the two pieces to 12 inch pieces at a vertical angle.When you need to drill two quarterly inches of holes on two columns of this frame.Make sure they are aligned so that the steel bars can pass through both without binding force.Don't put the drill bit away now;You will need it again to drill another quarter inch hole through the center of the stick magnet, preferably the widest edge.After drilling, slide the metal shaft over one side of the frame and slide the magnet into the shaft.This is the time you should cut 4 inch of the cardboard tube.Then wrap your copper wire around the tube, leaving about 18 inch loose at each end to connect to the device you want to power it.For the purpose of this assumption, let's use a light bulb.In the process, the more wind you can get, the more energy you generate.Now you should slide the tube over the shaft and magnet, and then slide the shaft over another support frame.Upon completion, stick the magnet to the shaft in the center of the two brackets.Use the strongest glue you can use in this step.Now, the cardboard cylinder is supported by a winding group located in the center of the shaft, and the rod magnet is centered on the winding group.You can do this by making a metal frame with a hanger.Now, you need to test it.Slowly rotate the shaft with your fingers to see if the end of the magnet hits the inside of the tube.If it rotates freely, at each end of the shaft, stick a gasket with glue outside the wood holder.Finally, connect the two wires loose at the end of the winding to the bulb and rotate the Axis as quickly as possible.You should have a low wattage generator now.It's not too hard, is it?Like my solar system model, this can also be done at the last minute.If you are too old to attend the science fair, it will certainly impress the judges of any science fair or any of your friends.For more information about portable generators and used cat generators, please check this information.
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