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Introducing... The Adams Axial
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(02-08-2024, 10:59 PM)unimmortal Wrote:
(02-08-2024, 08:48 PM)Jim Mac Wrote: Question for ya,

Little off topic, but if you spin the rotor and use it like a generator, does the output produce a clean sinewave? Or is it more like an M shaped wave?
That's gonna require tools I don't have... yet

Even a cheap scope opens up a whole new world.  I am not the best with using one, but it's an invaluable tool.
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The spot where it switches is what should be looked at
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Quote:Even a cheap scope opens up a whole new world.  I am not the best with using one, but it's an invaluable tool.

Yeah, on the list... my biggest headache is a balanced rotor. 3d prints on threaded rod ain't cutting it...
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