How to Build a Magnetic Generator

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The rising prices of electricity and bad impact on the environment have compelled many people to think out of box and look for alternatives that are cheap yet functional. Perpetual Magnetic Generator is one such invention that harnesses the power of magnetic energy to the tee. It uses magnets and magnetic force to produce electricity. Magnets rotate indefinitely and moving magnetic field produces power.

Let’s have a look at the 5 steps to build a magnetic generator:

To build a generator, you must first procure all the essential components that include coated copper, high current wires, batteries, battery charger controller, magnets, fuses, resistors and wheels.

The wheel chosen should be able to spin easily and should be non-conductive. Set this wheel on leaning axis.


Take the magnets and attach them to the rim of the wheel. Bar magnets are the best pick. All the magnets should face outwards so that they have identical magnetic polarity.

Place another bigger ring around the first one and fix it. It should also be made of non-conductive material. Now attach magnets to this ring entirely opposite of the first set of magnets (i.e. facing in).

Rotate the inner wheel to its maximum potential. The outer wheel magnets should keep the wheel spinning constantly as long as the opposite magnetic sets do not come face to face.

What’s Next?

The perpetual or indefinite rotation of the wheel will produce kinetic energy leading to generation of electrical energy. You can start by building a prototype of Magnetic Generator and then take it to the next level of providing electricity for your home, partially or fully.

Magnetic generators are available in the market but they are expensive and currently are in use in industrial environment. To make your home run on this type of free energy, you can build this Magnetic Generator at home. It may sound like a hard task, but with little help in the form of guides or instructions like this one, you can become your own power provider.

Where Can You Find More Info?

There are many different plans available on the internet that inherently follow the same logic. I have found this plan to be user friendly and easy to implement. Once you are ready with the magnetic generator, you can decide on whether to go completely off the grid or follow a grid tie system. It all depends on how much of your energy needs are fulfilled by your very own power supplier. Once you build your own generator – sit back and enjoy the perks that come along.

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John Richard
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