Step 6: Support Bracket.

We designed this part to fit into the turbine stands, this would support the bearing and ultimately the axle. This part was lathed by our workshop technician. Once created, slide these into the turbine stands at the rounded ends. Push your bearings into place.

If you don't have access to a metal lathe, you can just drill partly through your turbine stand and then glue them into place.
does it produce 12V, 220V or 110V, and how much does it produce???<br>
So, how much power did this design produce?
I once took apart an office photo copy machine. It contained several long stainless steel shafts with ball bearings on each end. For a free copy machine, it had about 75 pounds of good &quot;stuff.&quot; If you are building a relatively small wind turbine, that might be a good place to look for parts. One or two of them had right angle gears on the end, too.
Can you show the motor and how it's aligned with the turbine? Thanks
Was this the design that won? As Bob asks, how much power did it produce? Because I may just have to make one.

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