Summary of Construcción de un Motor Eléctrico

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This video covers the basics of how to build an electric motor. It includes a step-by-step guide on how to put all the pieces together, as well as a few safety tips.

  • 00:00:00 This simple electric motor consists of a base, an stator, supports for the rotor and the shaft, and a rotary gear train. A voltage is applied to the electric terminals on the motor in the switch, and this starts the rotor rotating as the voltage increases. The rotary gear train then continues to rotate faster and faster as the voltage is increased. The electric motor's parts are as follows: the base keeps everything together, the stator holds the rotor and stays fixed, the supports contain some rotary gear drives to keep the rotor and the shaft in position, and they also allow a smooth rotation. The shaft is between the two gear drives and rotates. We can use this rotation to advantage by putting wind turbine gears, fan belts, etc. on the assembly. Then, the rotor is attached to the shaft and has a wire coil around it. The two ends of the coil are connected to two metal plates, also known as the switch. We use these two connections to apply a voltage to the coil, which causes the rotary gear train to rotate. When we do this, we create a magnetic field around the entire assembly. If we reverse the current flow through a wire coil, we will create a force that
  • 00:05:00 In this video, we explain how electric motors work and how to build one yourself. The main parts of an electric motor are the stator and the rotor. The stator is a stationary part of the motor that stores energy and the rotor is the part that converts that energy into movement. The electric motor is powered by a battery, and the battery converts energy from the electric motor into electrical current. The electric current can then be used to power other devices. PCBway is a company that specializes in the printing and fabrication of 3D printed parts and circuits. They have generously provided this video's creator with a 3D printer and supplies of filament, so that viewers can create their own electric motors. The video concludes with the creator printing and installing the rotor onto the stator.
  • 00:10:00 In this video, the creator explains how to build an electric motor. They cover some of the necessary tools and supplies, and then proceed to build the motor itself. It is designed with a double support system to distribute vibrations and tensions evenly among the larger screws, which are placed away from the main motor movement line to create a more rigid motion. However, since the supports are connected to one of the motor's halves, we get something akin to an electric motor's hydraulic action. Next, we install a rotary encoder to keep track of the motor's movement. Finally, we install the power supplies and connect them to the conmuter. Once everything is connected and working, we test the motor by turning it on and off. It is not very powerful, but it is a basic design. In addition, you can see sparks flying from the conmuter's switchboard especially when the lights are off. Be careful with this unit and keep it running as minimal as possible over time by playing with it and submitting your ideas in the comments section. Check out one of these videos for more engineering information on electric motors.

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