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Magnetic power generators have a small wheel in between magnets that are aligned in such a manner that they repel each other. The opposing forces of the magnets cause the wheel to have an unending rotating motion, poweri... More »

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Building a magnetic generator involves inserting a nail through the centers of two cardboard circles so the circles are 1.5 inches apart, insulating the nail between the circles, winding an insulated copper wire on the i... More »

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Find magnetic generator kits on websites such as Magnets4Energy.com, QuantamMagneticsStore.com and CureZone.com. Magnets4Energy.com and QuantamMagneticsStore.com sell kits and assembly instructions to make homemade magne... More »

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