2024-01-11 (Th) AugLim RADARBadge Reformatting coil for CNC

My smallest routing bits were 0.8mm and 1.0mm diameters, which were four and five times larger than the previous design would allow. I isolated one of the coils and upscaled it to accommodate the available tools. A complete motor coil would be over 70mm wide and wider than I wanted to test. I partially removed the outermost winding and moved one via from the motor hub to the rim. The second hubward via connects a second layer and is mirrored from the first. If this design works, I can revise it to make the coils utilize more space at the hub.
Coil with wide gaps

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