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The 3 Types of Magnetic Motors

The 3 Types of Magnetic Motors

This video series covers what the 3 types of permanent magnet motive force systems are. Part 01 defines an Imbalanced system (Spin Alignment System), explains how it works, and how to test a magnetic assembly properly to know if it's a true imbalanced system.


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