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Starship Coil


Dogsaver Starship Coil

jackscholze | Feb 27, 2011

New Dogsaver Starship type coil, wound with 16 turns of #20 doorbell solid copper hookup wire, wound in a special octagonal configuration discovered by cakegy and shown in one of his videos. It exhibits a lot of power in the center area.
I've included the schematic for the driver circuit, which employs an IRF350 mosfet power transistor. It is the same circuit the Orb Weaver shown in an earlier video.
Thanks to Rich Motzer as well for discovering how to make the Starship type coil and save us a lot of time in the winding efforts. The 147258361 winding pattern round the octahedral figure yields strong magnetic fields and energies in the central area that I'm still exploring. The one inch diameter neodymium cylinder magnet is magnetized thru the diameter. It goes 10 to 12,000 RPM with rather strong troque from just a small +12volt brick power source. Aloha


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  • Tomma#

    Tomma March 7, 2011 6:18:58 AM CET

    This is bullshit. A coil dose produce an magnetic field, but with the coils wired in series, and without a rolling magnetic field the rotor wont spin

  • Rcoppock#

    Rcoppock March 7, 2011 5:18:37 AM CET

    AH! Thanks for that. I was wondering what this electric motor had to do with starships.

  • Evildweeb#

    Evildweeb March 3, 2011 2:58:15 PM CET

    I do not know the answers to your questions, I had hoped maybe some of you could figure it out.Though, I "assume" they got the design from somewhere other than GE or Philips, and the output seems to be considerably higher than the standard circular coil we use everywhere and in everything.I would suggest if you are that interested, you may wish to contact the video's poster on YouTube at the link provided. Thanks for the views and comments, it's all good.

  • Jayson1972#

    Jayson1972 March 3, 2011 11:30:11 AM CET

    I think you meant to say "Star Shape coil" lol

  • Xeo4ke#

    Xeo4ke March 3, 2011 9:44:25 AM CET

    12v battery interesting. Wonder how long it runs at 12,000 rpm. Bet it dies rather fast.

  • Picachu#

    Picachu March 3, 2011 5:28:22 AM CET

    A motor with high torque and rotation running on a 12 volt brick battery..... and you don't see the point...

  • Cia212#

    Cia212 March 2, 2011 2:46:20 AM CET

    What is the point of this? Not trying to be funny, I really don't see the significance of this coil.

  • Auslight#

    Auslight March 2, 2011 2:00:08 AM CET

    cool, thanks

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