I’m looking forward to hear from you!
I appreciate any feedback and ideas.
Course booking/signup currently also via e-mail.
Just watched your video removing the magnet rotors from the mold, lol! Congratulations.
I’m doing the same thing in Canada, http://sunwindbenefits.blogspot.ca/
I’ll add a link to your blog on my site.
it’s nice to hear from other people doing the same stuff at the other side of the world!!!
Keep on doing the right things, and thank you for representing my blog on your site!!!
I’m one of your youtube fans, and i’ve watched your video about building the coils for axial flux alternator. I’m just wondering what’s your final output on the finished product design?
Output Current = ?
Output Voltage = ?
Power Factor (Efficiency) = ?
Thanks in advance. I’m also planning to build my own generator, and I’m willing to share my designs as well. More power from PH. ^_^
the rated Output of the alternator in the Video is about 300 watts.
Glad you like my YouTube stuff!!
Hi, neat project and group learning activity.
A friend of mine built a windmill using 6 inch PVC pipe as the raw material for the blades. It was quite a bit easier than carving from wood.
Self wound generator – great job.
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As most things around here, this website is fully self made & maintained by Jonathan Schreiber. Not everything is totally finished yet, and it is continuously growing.May it inspire people out there to do some DIY project and get self empowered!Legal information / ImpressumPureSelfMade is part of the Wind Empowerment AssociationJonathan is part of the WE executive board
May it inspire people out there to do some DIY project and get self empowered!Legal information / Impressum
Legal information / Impressum
PureSelfMade is part of the Wind Empowerment AssociationJonathan is part of the WE executive board
Jonathan is part of the WE executive board