How to Build a Magnetic Generator
First of all there is just one thing that you have to accept is that you won’t be able to make a magnetic electricity generator if you don’t have any plans. If you think that you can search around the Internet and find a set of free plans then you’re going to be disappointment. The companies that market these blueprints go to great lengths to make sure they don’t leak out anywhere.
To make a fully functioning magnetic generator takes several days. It will also take some trial and error so don’t get disheartened if you run into difficulties. At the end of the day you’re gonna be able to generate free electricity for the rest of your life so it’s definitely worth it!
Print Out Your Plans
The first thing you will need to do is print out your plans. You’ll definitely need access to a printer as you won’t be able to work from the plans if they are still on your computer screen. Some people use them directly from the iPad but having a set of printed plans is your hands is so much more easy to work from.
Basic DIY Skills Are Essential
Once you’ve had a look through you’ll soon realize what parts you need to buy. (Trying to to be as clear as possible without infringing on any copyrights)!
One thing worth noting is that much of the chassis can be built using plywood. This is perfect for building your prototype before going on to a more robust version.
As you will learn the magnets are easily obtainable (depending on where you live) or you can find them on the Internet and have them delivered to your home within a couple of days. All the other parts needed can be found in your local DIY store or on the Internet.
You’ll need to have some kind of workshop to use as your construction area. There is no point asking how to build one if you don’t have somewhere to build it! There are no special tools required but you should have access to a good tool set. Although the construction process isn’t too difficult for someone with a bit of DIY or electrical experience, it’s probably out of reach for total novices. The general rule of thumb is that if you own a tool kit you can make one. For folks that have never though about owning a tool kit, you need to find someone to build it for you!
How Long Does it Take to Build?
That really depends on you and your own skills and how much time you have to put into the project. Two or three days or maybe up to a week. Definitely not a couple of hours like I’ve read in some places! This isn’t something that should be rushed and if you’re anything like me you’ll want to build a prototype first before going on to the final build.
How to Wire it Up to My Existing Power Supply?
This is all covered in the plans and it’s quite simple. In most cases you won’t even have to turn of your electricity supply. However unless you have a lot of experience with electrical wiring I suggest you get an electrician to help you with this part. Also before you hook it up you need to give it some serious testing to make sure it’s running correctly.
Go to the Tesla website for more information