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01 The easiest way to generate a magnetic current. tuto: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7Sz8oT8ou0

02 Coil generator. Magnets carboard tube, toothpic and cooper wirer.

03 Coil generator cardboard N°2

04 Coil generator, PVC version. Waterproof

05 Coil generator, aluminium version (doesn’t work due to Foucault effect)

06 Coil generator, polystyrene, black-coated cooper wire, aluminium and magnets.

07 Transparent polystyrene structure for a turbine. Allows to assemble and disassemble the turbine and to access the rotor part. Water proof

08 Gutter part for a water-powered turbine. Bamboo, aluminium

09 Gutter part for a water-powered turbine. PVC, pine, polystyrene

10 Gutter part for a water-powered turbine, PVC, pine

11 Gutter part for a water-powered turbine, PVC, polystyrene

12 Gutter part for a water-powered turbine, PVC, polystyrene

13 Gutter part for a multiple water-powered turbine, PVC, polystyrene

Ways to generate a magnetic current



The simplest way to produce a magnetic current is by rotating two magnets into a cooper coil. From this elementary matrix, we can develop different primitive turbines, trying to balance the energy involved in the process of manufacturing and the energy it can produce. Meanwhile, the element necessary to produce a current can change the design of the object. From a hand snap to a water flow.