[TCML] SRSG curiosity
Gary.Lau at hp.com
Fri Nov 6 11:51:06 MST 2009
Because one can rotate the motor in its mount while the coil is running and see what works best for best sparks. Instant results. Even easier is using the electronic phase control; no moving parts.
Rotating the disk relative to the motor armature can only be done when the thing is off, so it's a blind cut & try.
Regards, Gary Lau
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> From: tesla-bounces at pupman.com [mailto:tesla-bounces at pupman.com] On
> Behalf Of Andrew Robinson
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> Subject: [TCML] SRSG curiosity
> So why does everyone devise a way to rotate their SRSG motor in its
> mount rather than rotate the disc coupling on the motors shaft. Seems
> like a lot more work to rotate the motor than to rotate the disc... Is
> this just because someone did it first and everyone else followed like
> sheep, or is something wrong with my logic?
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