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Backyard Revolution

by Regina Fancy (2019-11-12)


The building of the generator requires skills Backyard Revolution Review and tools most homeowners will not possess. For example, the copper rotor must have 6 precisely placed slots 1.75" L. x.260" deep x 23/32" wide cut into it. Precision metal working is not a skill the average consumer will have. The materials needed are not common hardware store items. I prepared a materials list, took it to my local hardware store and asked them to gather up the items for me. They did not have the major component parts needed to build the generator. So I went online and checked the sources listed in the e-book. The sources listed did not have the materials either. Even if I could find the materials needed to build this magnet generator, it would be a waste of time. According to the printed specifications the generator is only capable of 3.5 volts at 7 Amps for an output of 24.5 watts. The finished size of the generator is a little larger than a can of corn. How could you expect this tiny generator to reduce your electric usage by 50 percent when it doesn't even produce enough electricity to power a single 60 watt bulb.?Needless to say I am disappointed in the Magniwork generator. It did however cause me to look further into magnetic power generation. After all I would really like to be able to generate "free energy". So I began to search for a factory built magnet generator. Guess what. I could not find one single source for a commercially produced magnet generator. In searching the Internet I did however find the reason for that.

 

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