2024-01-02 (Tu) AugLim RADARBadge PCB Motor sketch

I watched videos by Carl Bugeja, the visionary PCB motor builder, where he described the form and function of the coils. His videos were informative, easy to understand, and fun to watch. I learned tons about motors and on-screen charisma.

I started designing in CAD and made a couple of shapes. I started with concentric shapes and then turned them into spirals. My rounded triangle was the most successful, probably with too many turns, but reducing that is easy. My arched rhombus shape was dense, but I did not do a good job converting it to a spiral. These were a good start.
Tight coils and concentric polygons

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