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This is a simple brushless motor that uses minimal parts. The frame can be made of anything, but since I only had Lego around at the time, that ...
The Lego pieces that are already assembled will be detailed in later steps, so keep your tub of Lego pieces nearby. If you're building this motor of of ...
This is the simplest, but most time consuming step. Wind a coil that is 8 to 10 layers thick. Take your time and wind it neatly (like the ...
Look at the pictures and read the image notes; they will tell what to do.
The tower was already built at the time of this instructable and the reed switch positioned correctly, so I did not wish to disassemble it. Fortunately, it's simple ...
This is it! Not only is this the last thing you must BUILD, but it brings all the parts together (the coil, armature, and switch). The schematic is ...
Now you will test the coil polarity to see which of the wires is positive and which is negative. Use a low voltage and low amperage battery for ...
What are you waiting for!? Connect that battery and give it a twirl!! Here's a video of mine. If you build one, feel free to post pictures or ...
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