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  • Rashid Minhas
    Rashid Minhas 19 days ago

    What is the amps and how many batteries charge from this

  • Johnyjaq
    Johnyjaq 23 days ago

    Billy, thanks! I couldn't figure out why I wasn't getting 24 + Volts in windy conditions. Thing is I had my test leads on the rectifier AC side - off course measuring only two wires. Placed them on my DC side as in the video and getting upwards in the 30v range and higher. I just ordered a digital meter to monitor what comes in from the turbine (kt6).

  • brittenv1000
    brittenv1000 Month ago

    Can you show what leads you need

  • Mario Guma
    Mario Guma Month ago

    Do you have a Gmail ore another account ...I need to speak with you to make a deal?

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 Month ago

      YT is not sending me notification? My Gmail is bwjjr.02@gmail.com. You can send me phone number there. Sorry for not getting back to you sooner...

  • jose luis galea
    jose luis galea Month ago

    Donde se puede adquirir rectificador 225 amperios monofasico . Soy de Venezuela

  • Thomas Moore
    Thomas Moore Month ago

    how do you stop the shrinking of the fiberglass and cracking

  • TheBillytheJack2010

    WHEN YOU WANT SOMEONE TO BUILD YOU A WIND TURBINE AND YOU DON'T KNOW OR WANT TOO, THEN LISTEN TO ADVISE THAT IS GIVING!! THESE ARE HOMEBREWED AXIAL FLUX TURBINES NOT CHINA MADE CRAP OR A TOY!!

  • Thomas Moore
    Thomas Moore 2 months ago

    you tell them that is nice I am making a vertical thermadyne 12volt it's slow going but I will get it there have you tried one yet (good video)

  • vadivelan ellappan
    vadivelan ellappan 2 months ago

    hi master ,,, have you tried overlap winding VAWT? bcoz it give 3X power from same turbine.. i need ur help

  • Bobby's Solar Homestead

    WOW MAN THAT IS SO SO SO COOL!!! hope to see them up and running on the peeps homes soon.. God Bless...

    • Bobby's Solar Homestead
      Bobby's Solar Homestead 3 months ago

      @TheBillytheJack2010 Well share the links dude!!! :)

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 3 months ago

      Thanks Bobby, I'm finally leaving next week. It's a 14 hr. drive. But you'll have to sub to two other channels. Thanks for your comment, GBY😃

  • Modern Off Grid DIY
    Modern Off Grid DIY 3 months ago

    Would to see the output on this one day.

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 3 months ago

      Yeah, but it's all about the Benjamins and time to do it... So soon you'll have to sub to two other channels to see outputs!! Hows the new turbine doing for you? Can't wait to see Bobs turbine working...

  • closertothetruth
    closertothetruth 3 months ago

    aging is hell but theres always a silver lining to every cloud.youve just got to find it. . the guy who said they dont work had ulterior motives, selling his own problematic under performing vietnamese made pmas. i bet your relieved you finaly crossed the finish line. im happy for you , genuinely.

    • closertothetruth
      closertothetruth 3 months ago

      @TheBillytheJack2010 looking forward to it

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 3 months ago

      So true! As for some people, this is what they don't like seeing! And me leaving them at the corner of shit and scam street, LoL! Won't be long before you'll have to sub to two other channels to see outputs! Thanks for the comment!

  • SilentDeath002
    SilentDeath002 3 months ago

    nice quality build there buddy ! looking at the video at chad's location, i sure hope he has a clipper also. remember how we talked about the coils, he will easily over amp the classic. i got 5 more axial turbines in the process of building so let me know when you are heading this way. oh and i have a few other ideas to show you on the tail set up also, should be a lot of fun when you get here.

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 3 months ago

      Thanks Steve. I sure hope I have enough money to come down your way. But good talking to you today 😃

  • old time engineer
    old time engineer 3 months ago

    sweet

  • James Biggar
    James Biggar 3 months ago

    Yeah the bolt hole sizes are misleading, not sure what the problem is there. Thinking of going back to the encapsulation method for the next set. Better protection anyway, imo. Turbine looks good though, cheers man!

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 3 months ago

      Thanks, it sucks. I hope to see more of your turbine. Just been so busy for anything else.😃

  • pulesjet
    pulesjet 3 months ago

    Who made those Blades ?

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 3 months ago

      www.magnet4sale.com/brands/A-%26-C-Green-Energy.html

    • pulesjet
      pulesjet 3 months ago

      @TheBillytheJack2010 Couldn't find mention of blades . Man they sure have the magnets. LOL

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 3 months ago

      CMS magnets dot com

  • Solar and Wind as a Hobby

    Lookin good..

  • OffGrid Wanabe
    OffGrid Wanabe 3 months ago

    That thing looks awesome I wish I had a wind source but I live in a river valley so sun it is. Nobody makes wind turbines like that most are flimsy toys yours is like a tank it will be awesome to see the data after install.

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 3 months ago

      Thanks, I use to fall for the falsely advertise stuff and got tired of a 10 mph startup and output. This turbine is a low output design, so at a 2 mph start up and at 150 rpm it will easily make 100 watts all day long. It's built this way because of the torque of the blade size. Thanks again 😃

    • Solar and Wind as a Hobby
      Solar and Wind as a Hobby 3 months ago

      Me too...my small forays into wind have all been lackluster..but then again I haven't really made the effort u have....keep on tinkerin...!!!

  • fahmid hasan
    fahmid hasan 3 months ago

    Thanks a lot.

  • Thermodyne Systems
    Thermodyne Systems 3 months ago

    That's pretty clever Billy. I like that homemade lathe idea.

  • Efren  Magana
    Efren Magana 4 months ago

    It looks good and runs smoothly is Great congratulation body?

  • JAMES! Since the 70's
    JAMES! Since the 70's 4 months ago

    What gauge wire are you using?

  • JAMES! Since the 70's
    JAMES! Since the 70's 4 months ago

    I think if I buy one of these, I will powder coat it, and use stainless hardware, I don't want it to be all rusty in a year or two, the parts are small enough to fit in the oven!!

  • JAMES! Since the 70's
    JAMES! Since the 70's 4 months ago

    Why only measure case to phase wire voltage, why not just phase to phase? Since that is the only connections? Any reason?

  • DIY Solar Homestead
    DIY Solar Homestead 4 months ago

    You are talented.

  • Wade Jensen
    Wade Jensen 4 months ago

    Excellent delivery. Inspiring.

  • JAMES! Since the 70's
    JAMES! Since the 70's 4 months ago

    Is there much difficulty balancing the steel hubs? I thought maybe spin them in some mount that can move slightly , so the heavy side can move and be marked, and drill tiny dimples, to lighten that area, eventually it will either be balanced, or way out of balance!! Ha-ha!!! I'm thinking about using 3/16" steel to make a blade hub, and use a 1/16" aluminum 'ring' to bolt on with the blades, to brace one to the next, since with. A 20"-30" hube from 3/16" steel with lightening reliefs, (air holes), is possibly going to get flimsy in heavy winds! The aluminum ring, same diameter of the hub, and about 2" to maybe 3" can stiffen the hub, similar to spokes on a wheel! I'm thinking 12,kt blades, and spaces so there is zero overlap, maybe even a 1"gap between each base of the blades 50 prevent turbulence, and high wind choking, and hopefully make more power in sub8 mph winds! Any opinions are welcome, this is mostly recliner engineering, fro what I have learned from others! So any idy? Thanks,

  • JAMES! Since the 70's
    JAMES! Since the 70's 4 months ago

    I'd like to someday, build a axflux using the big, N52's about 50mm x 25-30 mm about 2" dia, by 1.125" thick magnets, they are spendy!! Especially when buying about 12-24 of them!! About $50 each, just pulling numbers out the wind, ha-ha, but I think it should do about 5 kw easily, a plasma cutter would really come in handy wouldn't it!! I think they can be bought for about $100 for a small cheap one, that will top out with around 1/8" steel, I would like to get in to building some of these, and selling one or two a month, it would really help, a extra $100 or two a month would be very welcome, I have to re build my tool stock, I lost about everything a couple years ago, in a house fire, ( I had nothing to do with the cause!!) That is why I want to go off grid, I have a small off grid house, I'm half moved into, I just need more power to get in there, and a bit more work, its difficult to do it ALL by your self!!! Keep at it !!!

  • JAMES! Since the 70's
    JAMES! Since the 70's 4 months ago

    I have a 24v system, and I have lead acid battery bank, and a lithium batt bank, so for the lithium battery bank, I will need a mppt charge controller to charge the lithium, it is fully charged at 29.4v , but the classic is expensive, especially for the few hundred watts I'll be getting, 90% of the time, is there other options? To use with wind turbines? I'd like to have a a classic for my solar, i have just rediscovered your channel! I need more power!! For my offgrid house, if I can get 10 kwh a day, I can make it, I have a total of 1200 ah, batt bank, I'm going to use the lead acid Bank for backup eventually, and cycle the lithium, hopefully every 2-3 days, or use the middle of the capacity, from 3.2-4v normally, I'd like to be able to run the house for 6+ days without charge, allowing me to keep the batt voltage above 26v over night, and get enough wind turbines up, that I mostly run on the solar and turbines, insted of the batteries, in a perfect world!! I'm in wind zone 1/2, its hard to tell, but we see 50+mph at times, with breezy nights, and occasional wind storms, when there is no sun, I have some n52's and 20gauge varnished copper, to experiment with axial flux generators, I'm planning a small gen, using 3/8"x1/2"x1/4" with a 8" dia approximately, probably single phase to start, for testing,

  • Magnus MacLeod
    Magnus MacLeod 4 months ago

    What is the status of the lawsuit?

  • Black Phase
    Black Phase 4 months ago

    A American made knife for a Commie Rifle brilliant !

  • Solar and Wind as a Hobby

    Ooooh Yeeeea …….We b Jammmin !!!..... Nice..!!!....Lol

  • Solar and Wind as a Hobby

    OOOh yeeea …..We be Jammin…..Love it

  • Solar and Wind as a Hobby

    A Switch..??… great idea..!!

  • Solar and Wind as a Hobby

    Love the commentary....ive been listening while tinkering on my little V.A.W.T...wish James would do commentary,,,Lol

  • Solar and Wind as a Hobby

    Nice..!!

  • Solar and Wind as a Hobby

    Nice.,!!!

  • Solar and Wind as a Hobby

    Nice..!!

  • Offgrid Steve
    Offgrid Steve 4 months ago

    Been seeing all those storms in the news brother. Hope you and yours are ok. Love your vids on the axials.

    • Offgrid Steve
      Offgrid Steve Month ago

      TheBillytheJack2010 I do.

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 Month ago

      @Offgrid Steve so you live on the big island?

    • Offgrid Steve
      Offgrid Steve Month ago

      TheBillytheJack2010 you find a way to get here, and I’ll take it from there. Another year and we should have a guest house built. Would love to have stay with us.

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 Month ago

      @Offgrid SteveI was.station at Kaneohe Marine Corps Air Station for ten years and wished I could have stayed! I am jelious, LoL 😂 I plan Maybe 2020 coming back to vacation on Big Island. Hope we can make a connection 😃

    • Offgrid Steve
      Offgrid Steve Month ago

      TheBillytheJack2010 I get late stuff from them too brother. I’m happy and healthy here. Always summer!

  • LUIS FERNANDO MACIAS BEDOYA

    Hello i need you help. I have a question.

  • Mark Osborn
    Mark Osborn 4 months ago

    Some times these magnets interfere with each other. There should NOT be a north pole magnet AND a south pole magnet on the same coil at the same time that's why we need to use square magnets instead of round magnets and design proper spacing of the magnets. I have devised a slightly different design that I think could double the efficiency of this generator while taking advantage of the no cogging feature. The flux density is greater the closer the magnets are to each other so making thinner coils would also make more power output. This new design can incorporate steel for the return magnet flux field. And lastly, the new design should use the coils almost on top of each other so as to have 3 phases very close to each other. This design would be a hybrid of old and new designs.

  • Mark Osborn
    Mark Osborn 4 months ago

    Some times these magnets interfere with each other. There should NOT be a north pole magnet AND a south pole magnet on the same coil at the same time that's why we need to use square magnets instead of round magnets and design proper spacing of the magnets. I have devised a slightly different design that I think could double the efficiency of this generator while taking advantage of the no cogging feature. The flux density is greater the closer the magnets are to each other so making thinner coils would also make more power output. This new design can incorporate steel for the return magnet flux field. And lastly, the new design should use the coils almost on top of each other so as to have 3 phases very close to each other. This design would be a hybrid of old and new designs.

  • Mark Osborn
    Mark Osborn 4 months ago

    Some times these magnets interfere with each other. There should NOT be a north pole magnet AND a south pole magnet on the same coil at the same time that's why we need to use square magnets instead of round magnets and design proper spacing of the magnets. I have devised a slightly different design that I think could double the efficiency of this generator while taking advantage of the no cogging feature. The flux density is greater the closer the magnets are to each other so making thinner coils would also make more power output. This new design can incorporate steel for the return magnet flux field. And lastly, the new design should use the coils almost on top of each other so as to have 3 phases very close to each other. This design would be a hybrid of old and new designs.

  • Scott in Shorewood
    Scott in Shorewood 4 months ago

    In the past 9 months have you measured the power (not just volts) in volts and amps under different loads and at different rpms?

  • dhelms4382
    dhelms4382 4 months ago

    Where can I find an explanation of wire size and how many turns are needed in coils. I'm building an axial flux generator with 9 coils and 12 magnets (double rotor). I'm wanting as much power as possible out of this configuration, but I can't find the information that I'm looking for. Any help would be appreciated!

  • dhelms4382
    dhelms4382 4 months ago

    Where can I find an explanation of wire size and how many turns are needed in coils. I'm building an axial flux generator with 9 coils and 12 magnets (double rotor). I'm wanting as much power as possible out of this configuration, but I can't find the information that I'm looking for. Any help would be appreciated!

  • dhelms4382
    dhelms4382 4 months ago

    Does an Axial Flux alternator cog when it's charging a battery bank? Can't find the answer anywhere and can't get anybody to answer this question. Please respond.

    • dhelms4382
      dhelms4382 2 months ago

      How much resistance? A lot or a little? I’m turning this generator with something other than wind.

    • Andy L
      Andy L 2 months ago

      dhelms4382 if there is a load connected to it there will be resistance to rotation but not necessarily cogging

  • damian roman
    damian roman 4 months ago

    The one that I built doesn't move because I use pillow bearing mice is not sitting on a pipe is sitting on a square tubing

  • damian roman
    damian roman 4 months ago

    Cox if it doesn't clog no matter if it doesn't make no power how much power does that create

  • Chandan Indalkar
    Chandan Indalkar 4 months ago

    Can someone tell me what will happen if I increase the number of winding in 3 phase generator's stator... How will it affect the output, will the output voltage, power increase?

  • SilentDeath002
    SilentDeath002 4 months ago

    Looking good Billy !! getting every thing dialed in and pretty soon, she should be up and flying in the wind. We had really bad storms here today, two tornado's set down pretty close but we are ok. The work on the off grid shed is coming along. will be working on a custom rack for the solar panels and also doing a few modifications on two of the axial flux wind turbines. anyway, have a good one , ill give you a call possibly tomorrow SD.

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 4 months ago

      Hey Steve, glad your ok! I heard about the storms. I'm sending you newbies at wind to your channel, LoL 😃 But call me when you can.

  • old time engineer
    old time engineer 4 months ago

    great job buddy take care and prayers your way

  • aydemir yılkın
    aydemir yılkın 4 months ago

    Share thanks. Good looking.

    • aydemir yılkın
      aydemir yılkın 4 months ago

      @TheBillytheJack2010 What are the measurements? share with us? such as rotor diameter?, wire thickness or coil dimensions. Please.

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 4 months ago

      Thanks for the compliment 😃

  • closertothetruth
    closertothetruth 4 months ago

    for me the testing of theories and designs is very interesting, the whys and hows.i had wonered what would happen if all three phases would be totaly independant instead of star or delta , more power /less power/same power, sort of thing i have done on fisher and paykel motors in the past. i do like your square plate welded to the locking collar , i was looking at buying thick walled locking collars from a bearing shop but your idea is good too. suppose there is a method testing flux pattern maybe a sealed plastic container with clear dividers and metal dust on each layer, something like that or better i guess. nice work all the same . hope your family is doing well all things considered.

    • closertothetruth
      closertothetruth 4 months ago

      @TheBillytheJack2010 what i read on a thread not about axials but interesting , was guys were having each phase start and end point wired to a rectifier so effectively you have 3 pmas in one, and they were getting 30% more watts due to less resistance true or not. ive seen it work with puny wires but as for 13,14 +15 gauge wire i guess not or people would be doing it.

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 4 months ago

      Thanks and I do leave the phases open to run Delta or star depends what power you want. But yeah, life is so short and 87 years is what I hope for😃. Thanks for the compliment!

  • Adventures With Amber
    Adventures With Amber 4 months ago

    👍 👍

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 4 months ago

      John & Amber good to see your thumbs up! I see it won't be long till you get yours soon. The power you'll have will be awesome!! Thanks!!

  • Bobby's Solar Homestead

    Will keep you guys in my prayers brother.. Sorry for your loss. I hit enter to fast heheh

  • Bobby's Solar Homestead

    MAN I love this stuff. Thanks so much for making a long video and sharing all this with us.. God Bless..

  • vadivelan ellappan
    vadivelan ellappan 4 months ago

    Disc outer diameter how much this time and magnet size and coil size let we know please

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 4 months ago

      The hub size is 13 3/16" after grinding it cylindrical. The coil for stator is 15ga. Wire at 70 turns. Thanks for your comment!

  • Political Foolishness
    Political Foolishness 4 months ago

    TheBillytheJack2010 : "You know what I think I'm gonna do then? Just for the hell of it?" RU-clip Video Watcher: "Tell me. " TheBillytheJack2010 : "I'm gonna take this 1/4-20 tap, and I'm gonna whop a thread right here in this metal plate ... and you wanna know something? There's not a damn thing you're gonna be able to do about it." 😂😂🤣 LOL That was my most CUTTING joke today if you can follow the THREAD of logic in it :) LOL

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 4 months ago

      Yeah, it's a awesome movie. And it's to bad this character was fictional. Thanks for the comment, LOL...

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 4 months ago

      Yeah, it's a awesome movie. And it's to bad this character was fictional. Thanks for the comment, LOL...

  • James Biggar
    James Biggar 4 months ago

    Grinder works good eh? No lathe necessary. I do it all in one shot with a grinder and cutting wheel. Just give the plate a spin, lower the grinder on a guide (I use my articulated tool guide) and 5 minutes later you've got a perfectly round rotor disc that looks like it was machined professionally - no burrs or wheel marks to clean up at all. Good luck with the builds Billy!

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 4 months ago

      Good to hear from you James. I'm going to build a table similar to yours when I have time. Love it though thanks James!

  • DIY Solar Homestead
    DIY Solar Homestead 5 months ago

    You have some awesome solar and wind toys.

  • Yunus çalagil
    Yunus çalagil 5 months ago

    how many kw can it produce ?

  • Energy Nut
    Energy Nut 5 months ago

    I usually just put another nut over my threads when welding a nut on

  • DIY Solar Homestead
    DIY Solar Homestead 5 months ago

    you are the wind generator king.

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 5 months ago

      Thanks I noticed I didn't receive a notice that you commented? YT is getting really a pain lately!

  • Mark Osborn
    Mark Osborn 5 months ago

    I think thicker isn't always better...maybe. Just saying, The closer the magnets are together the better, I mean across from each other.

  • Mark Osborn
    Mark Osborn 5 months ago

    You would love my new turbine design.

  • Mark Osborn
    Mark Osborn 5 months ago

    Nice prelude music. Sounds like Ozzy music.

  • Mark Osborn
    Mark Osborn 5 months ago

    Damn! You are gifted!

  • SilentDeath002
    SilentDeath002 5 months ago

    looks like you have been very busy. bet you will be glad when testing can begin. can not wait to see the power production. well , i have been busy building the off grid shed. still have a lot of work to do before its ready for all the equipment. have fun ! SD

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 5 months ago

      Me too! Nice talking with you! And you know problems arise from assholes! All the time!!

  • Hemp Master
    Hemp Master 5 months ago

    Looking fantastic, cannot wait to see the output!

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 5 months ago

      Tim your tower is going to love this and your whole system! Thanks for your comment!!

  • Jesse Fritz
    Jesse Fritz 5 months ago

    Magnets4less is an actually site and I get my magnets from there... Reasonable prices.

  • Jesse Fritz
    Jesse Fritz 5 months ago

    It's amazing how people don't know how to do a simple search. You have the power of the internet literally in the palm of your hand... All the text that man has written.

  • vadivelan ellappan
    vadivelan ellappan 5 months ago

    Bill. Let we know your face book I'd of Instagram I'd.

  • Yunus çalagil
    Yunus çalagil 5 months ago

    do the generator produce AC or DC?

  • OffGrid Wanabe
    OffGrid Wanabe 5 months ago

    Nice stuff you make looks like it is made to last.

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 5 months ago

      @juancarlosruiz1985 these are CMS blades from Texas. Also a good place to buy magnets.

    • juancarlosruiz1985
      juancarlosruiz1985 5 months ago

      TheBillytheJack2010 what brand are those chinese blades

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 5 months ago

      I'm not sure of the Chinese blades, but as for the rest you bet!! Thanks 😃

  • old time engineer
    old time engineer 5 months ago

    they will rock on

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 5 months ago

      Lol, Bob I hope to see them shred the wind! Thanks for the comment!!

  • closertothetruth
    closertothetruth 5 months ago

    Somebody has been busy , you sound a little apprehensive , i guess thats to be expected with first builds , but you Did Your Research a crossed all the T's and dotted the I's ,just like Alain always used to say" Do your research people". ,ofcourse the learning is endless but youve obviously developed some techniques and knowledge on the subject, youre ready for what ever comes , youre old hand at it now and any fix will be easy just time consuming. when im finaly done ill tow mine on my trailer down rural back streets at Night when people are in bed and see what gives as ive done many times before with turbines ive bought , windy nation gave me that idea, now thats a company that knows how to pack blades,hubs + pmas. atleast your blades etc arrived inside the box i cant sat the same with my previous orders from a place in missouri and i sent them the photos so they could get their packers to do a better job, yet subsiquent deliveries were exactly the same and worse so i never bought from them again , man hubs sticking right outside the box , blades beaten up by large metal hubs flying around loose inside the box, it was like they did it on purpose because i complained , no respect , like rodney dangerfield would say. hope all is well!!! and i hope youre going to have an axial or three up even if theyre mini axials, i want to build tiny novelty axials for fun , small magnets 1mm wire with blades under 2m span or even smaller, have em up everywhere like fun novelty things all painted up yet making some fun power too.

    • closertothetruth
      closertothetruth 5 months ago

      @TheBillytheJack2010 well your pmas impress me, and your metalurgy experience from your career helps, i like Hughs rant on jeffs wealth of knowledge or lack of, its been a common theme over the years by many people and on a quite a few topics supprisingly , by people who do their research LOL. ps didnt mean your current pmas are small either , theyre decent

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 5 months ago

      That's how they always would do their complaints! My Turbines looks small but once all is finished, it will weigh 120 lbs. The HYE - 2000 watt weighs close that. Orlands regular turbine weighs 170 to 200 give or take, remember jeffro stated that. Chris Olsen used 10 gauge tubing for his torque tube. Not a carbon steel 1/4 or 1/2 inch. Mine is scheduled 40, 2 inch pipe. But I had someone ask why does this turbine have to weigh like a tank! Well that's right, and with good tinsel strength steel you won't need to make it so heavy. I had HYEs that weighed 70 pounds each and made the wench work hard! But I want these to work and don't want a person to have to use a big wench or crane to put on tower or a bigass tower! Thanks for your comment 😃

  • Bobby's Solar Homestead

    all I know to say is BADASS!!!

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 5 months ago

      Thanks just keeping busy with it!! Thanks for the comment 😃

  • The Acadian ATVing
    The Acadian ATVing 5 months ago

    Great job...! I just ordered KT6 with the ultra core from Thermodyne.. I’m just waiting to get here from the mail! I’m definitely gonna test my Ultra core PMA just like you showed before I put it up in the air! Thanks for sharing !

  • Mike Myshack
    Mike Myshack 5 months ago

    Please create a link to the 180A, thanks.

  • Lantonio N
    Lantonio N 5 months ago

    15 coil x 20 magnets ?

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 5 months ago

      15 COILS AND 40 MAGS ON EACH SIDE OF STATOR, THANKS FOR THE COMMENT...

  • Jerry Blackledge
    Jerry Blackledge 6 months ago

    How many turns for 12 volt an what sides wire

  • Thomas Dimitro
    Thomas Dimitro 6 months ago

    THE PROBLEM IS NOT THE OTHER PEOPLE ROSIAN OR CHINESE IS your AMERICAN STUPIDITY THAT creates THE BIGGEST NATURAL PROBLEM ALL THE PLANET IS KILLED FOR PROFIT AND DEVELOPMENT

  • Јоhn Daniel
    Јоhn Daniel 6 months ago

    17:15 hahaha, now I know how the scammaster gets his solar panels to hock at a "Crack Head Discount" hahaha

  • pulesjet
    pulesjet 6 months ago

    Try Silicone Spray as a Release agent next time. I've had good luck using it molding Epoxy or Fiber Glass bits and bobs. Not so messy and it's dry when your working with it. Scotch Guard would do the same thing. Good Stuff from you Sir !

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 6 months ago

      Thanks for sharing this idea. Will definitely try it! Thanks for the comment 😃

  • Darren B
    Darren B 6 months ago

    Looking good man. Same blades I’m running. They work great.

  • old time engineer
    old time engineer 6 months ago

    looking good take care

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 6 months ago

      Bob, hope your doing ok! I've been telling everyone, plus sharing your video! It's changing minds on the green shitty deal in Minnesota!! Thanks Bob 😃

  • closertothetruth
    closertothetruth 6 months ago

    miss your music intros man , i thought you may have been talking quietly so the wife doesnt bash you. nice hubs , ive been watching vids on how not to warp steel , ive got the warping down pat now ive just got to do the other LOL. I always weld with the fans on full boar. do CMS give instructions on torque settings / clamping force. yep torque is what its all about, i use a digital torque wrench with a heavy duty drill to see what torque is required to turn pmas under load at various rpms. makes blade selection easier , i have a puny brain so i take the easy way. those guys are stealing my panels, time i bought a pet panther, no hiding from a giant cat.

    • closertothetruth
      closertothetruth 6 months ago

      @TheBillytheJack2010 thanks for the tip on rod size/amperage, makes perfect sense, my cousin is actualy a boiler maker welder but man hes hard to get a hold of. i can weld pretty good but im no professional when comes to specifics metalurgy etc etc, but ill get there. youtube is a fine thing at times , other times its a brilliant source of BS.

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 6 months ago

      Well I didn't like the YT algorithm to alert them to conspiracy, LoL. But warpage is amps. Amps are heat and 7018 3/16 rod is less amps and less heat for stick welding. Letting each weld cold and what I mean is by the touch, helps once it has been clamped down. Also not all parts have to have a full weld. Thats why you do intermediate welds, and chain welds to control warpage! As for these blades having any torque specifications. Not on liquidated blades. 15 to twenty pnds of torque. But I know fine threads an a lock nut washer should do the trick. Thanks for the comment😃

  • vadivelan ellappan
    vadivelan ellappan 6 months ago

    Master. I need to discuss about chinese over lap stator coil 5kw 10kw . 150 rpm how to contact you . I need your suggestions.

    • vadivelan ellappan
      vadivelan ellappan 6 months ago

      @TheBillytheJack2010 top and bottom pole NN and next magnet SS pole. Repulse power induce more power output that NS top bottom. ( Interlocking segmented coil array )

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 6 months ago

      Send me a link here on the Chinese stator, then I'll know what your talking about. But as for info we'll get some answers to you😃 thanks for commenting!

  • Bobby's Solar Homestead

    holy crap that's mind-blowing

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 6 months ago

      Lol, thanks Bobby! We tend to not believe it can happen to us...

  • HubrisNaut
    HubrisNaut 6 months ago

    nice. you need a vacuum mold

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 6 months ago

      I plan as time goes on to try it. But old reliable way is always do able. Bubbles aren't a issue of functionality. I've seen a lot worse. Thanks for the comment 😃

  • Scott Henderson
    Scott Henderson 6 months ago

    Thanks for your videos there great. I would like to build something for to add to my 48v solar setup I was thinking 18 n52 2x1x.5 magnets and 14ga 70 turn coils 6 ea. Do you think that setup would do the job? I have usually low wind to light breeze. Anemometer is ordered

  • jwsolarusa
    jwsolarusa 6 months ago

    Awesome and good job buddy

  • Ben Joudi
    Ben Joudi 6 months ago

    Any idea how long is the turn or the diameter for each turn?

    • BetheChange Me
      BetheChange Me 5 months ago

      I done a rough calculation and came up with between 55 and 65 foot per coil of the Gauage wire mentioned. This would mean between 495 and 585 foot of wire total for the 9 coils. Over here that costs round and about €45.

  • Junior Costa
    Junior Costa 6 months ago

    Brazil very good friend your wind generator

  • OffGrid Wanabe
    OffGrid Wanabe 7 months ago

    You do nice work

  • pulesjet
    pulesjet 7 months ago

    Man I wouldn't feel comfortable knowing all those mechanical connections were not soldered. It's just too easy to do things right. Checkem again after you cast them up.

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 7 months ago

      I check the phases and using the red butt connect plus electrical grease, it works well for me. This is the third one I've built and done it this way. Thanks and will be doing another stator build video soon👍😃

  • SilentDeath002
    SilentDeath002 7 months ago

    Looking good buddy !! might want to check the battery on the meter. should read about 1.6 area. any time i build some coils i always put a new battery in the meter i am using . i am still working a little here and there on 5 more axial's. i make a few coils then take a break lol. you know i do my coils by hand. so the cramps set in. with his wind speeds there, you should be able to use the 8.4 blades and get really good results. when you mentioned he was going to use a water heater as the dump load , that scares me a bit cause two elements will not slow down that axial that much in high winds, might burn the elements right up. just something to think about. have you worked out the math for the vain and tail section so it will furl at the proper wind speed? i set mine to furl at 30 mph cause the output exceeds the classic 150. anyway, looks great buddy, looking forward to seeing finished product . SD.

    • closertothetruth
      closertothetruth 7 months ago

      @SilentDeath002 thanks SD

    • SilentDeath002
      SilentDeath002 7 months ago

      @closertothetruth between the magnet rotors is a outer shaft spacer. one magnet plate attaches directly to the spacer. in the middle of the spacer are two 1/4 - 20 set screws that are set in small cup holes drilled directly on the primary shaft and set using lock tight. the second magnet plate rest up against he spacers and the power from the magnets keeps it in place. so, no welding done on magnet plates , keeps the plates flat. so i can get a tighter gap them most people can. 1/8th inch or even smaller if i want.

    • SilentDeath002
      SilentDeath002 7 months ago

      @TheBillytheJack2010 ok buddy, i will give you a call about mid day your time

    • closertothetruth
      closertothetruth 7 months ago

      hey SD sorry to bother you , can i ask you how did you get your magnet rotors so snug on the shaft was it just by drilling using a drill press or something else, thanks for your replies over the years and i hope your doing well , havent seen any turbine vids and i was glad to see your comment here on Billys channel.

    • TheBillytheJack2010
      TheBillytheJack2010 7 months ago

      Need you to call me sometime. Got some questions about new mags I seen. But call me😃👍

  • TheBillytheJack2010
    TheBillytheJack2010 7 months ago

    Well I guess my volt meter was wrong because of a bad battery! The resistance of each phase is 1.6!!! Still good though, LOL 👍 thanks for comments and sub😃