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A motor with only a battery, wire, and magnets.
The things that are needed: C or D cell battery(almost any store has it) 26-20 guage solid wire(from almost any hardware store) Magnets-really strong kind(from ORVAC or any ...
Bend the wire so that its in the shape of a square... like so...
Put the magnets so that there all facing north. You can find north with the compass. Put it in order in the picture as shown. The big magnets ...
Put the wire(hole side down) around the magnets to let it spin freely with the top touching the neg. side of the battery.
Make sure that the wire sits on a dipple of the top of the battery and also make sure that the bottom of the wire is touching but ...
Make sure that the battery is fresh, the magnets are north facing up to the battery, the wire can spin freely while touching the magnets and the neg(wire ...
The magnets are constantly attracting and pushing the wires which are magnetized becuase of the eletricity running through it, thus makes the wire turn...You can put it on ...
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