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    Not Brakes. But not non-magnetic either...
    The engineering problems are likely insurmountable. It would be like proposing to land a rocket booster section on a barge floating in the middle of the ocean.

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    NOT Brakes. But not non-magnetic either...
    Correct brake rotors are made of ferrous materials & either become magnetic or can alter states of how fields are directed/canceled.

    Interesting thing about conductive materials and what strange things can be done with those currents after being auto generated & if properly focused.

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    I really liked the effort here on this one, but it isn't right...........

    Not accounting for current generated nor "focusing" the current.

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    Not Brakes. But not non-magnetic either...
    Just keep in mind that most motors have static magnets stuck to case and secured in the case and that case is usually magnetic being steel.

    Example: Any Bosch starter motor........
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    I really liked the effort here on this one, but it isn't right...........

    Not accounting for current generated nor "focusing" the current.
    "focusing the current"? I can't see any attempt in this machine to manage the electrical part of the laws of electro-magnetism? It's purely a permanent magnet machine!!

    Yes, I agree that the maker has put in a lot of work to construct a type of "magnetic commutator", but the symmetry of the magnetic field in the permanent magnets and the lack of any electro-magnets to force commutation (as required by a brush-less DC motor) is clearly stopping the machine from maintaining unidirectional torque. But I do like the "inventor's" obvious conviction - demonstrated by the effort that he has put into the magnetic - brake machine!!

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    "focusing the current"? I can't see any attempt in this machine to manage the electrical part of the laws of electro-magnetism? It's purely a permanent magnet machine!!
    Again which is why I site " +- magnetic core " principle but done so mechanically by orbits.

    Yes, I agree that the maker has put in a lot of work to construct a type of "magnetic commutator", but the symmetry of the magnetic field in the permanent magnets and the lack of any electro-magnets to force commutation (as required by a brush-less DC motor) is clearly stopping the machine from maintaining unidirectional torque. But I do like the "inventor's" obvious conviction - demonstrated by the effort that he has put into the magnetic - brake machine!!

    Don
    And you or others have not seen the entire machine or axis.
    I was just making a statement as to ferrous materials ...........

    Those brakes will be functional to stop it this time by caliper.

    It wouldn't be much fun if I didn't do it with part VAG MOD FOD!

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