HOW TO build a Permanent magnet generator…(power from wind)

HOW TO build a Permanent magnet generator…(power from wind)

Pmg Wouter writes “…an excellent, 49-page step-by-step how-to with photos on how to make your own pancake generator. It shows how to make jigs, a winding tool etc. The site also contains PDF’s on how to make your own generator blades. Mr. Piggot is an enthusiastic wind generator man who’s not afraid to share his extensive knowledge. More power to him”. Link (PDF).

16 thoughts on “HOW TO build a Permanent magnet generator…(power from wind)

  1. FIL says:

    Hi I think that Mr P Torrone proget is a exelent example of inginuity and pud in the hands of underdevelot countrys a surse of energy cheap and accesible
    some of the matirials used are hard to find in those countrys but ease transfer of tecnology to other matirials can be aplay with out dificulties and some know how…Thank Mr Phillip Torrone and friends
    FIL F

  2. aw3ber says:

    Hello, thanks for the post and research. it looks pretty good to me i am tempted to give it a try, especially because i did some research on Magnet Generator.
    cheers.

  3. malik says:

    Dear Sir

    how can i built a free energy generator and where can i buy the cheep part of that.

    Malik

    amalikpk@ yahoo.com
    malikafzal225@hotmail.com 

    1. Tim Kemp says:

      It looks like you might start on the parent website: http://www.scoraigwind.com/

      – Tim

  4. malik says:

    I am interested to built a free energy gererator. Where can get  the detailed drawing (circuit) and where can i  buy the parts.

    Malik

  5. Tim Kemp says:

    Precisely, “More power to him”!  :D

  6. sf says:

    I am going to build one! Great post about a fascinating topic. Keep it up!

  7. ZAFFAR IQBAL says:

    I had been interested earlier but did not succeed , may be because did not get enough information. Can some one help me to get the details as to how i can built one to start with than I want to proceed to improve it.Thanks

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