Jan 10, 2015

LaserSaber, a garage hacker on YouTube, has 3D printed a EZ Spin Motor that runs almost like a perpetual motion machine. The device is so efficient and 'would run for a very long time on a 5v super capacitor,' says LaserSaber.

In the video below, LaserSaber explains how to properly wire up an EZ Spin Motor. And he's made parts list available here on his site so you can build your own.


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W wrote at 1/14/2015 6:06:23 AM:

When it comes to "almost" "perpetual" and "5 volts" within the contex as described, they might as well be on different planets. Ridiculous.

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