Forbidden Knowledge TV
April 16, 2011
This inventor describes the features of the OCPMM, commonly known as the WhipMag. Gently moving the rotating stator on the outside causes the WhipMag to take off — after a few tries, anyway.
Pulleys allow for friction testing. And the stator magnets will spin gear-wise. Amazingly once the spinning gets going, the assembly accelerates. A little magnet on this thing is going 4,200 revolutions per minute. The main is going 1,700 RPMs.
Once two side magnets are stopped, the WhipMag starts to go even faster — up to 5,000 RPMs!