Continued from 2 weeks ago (HERE), the rotor is placed in the bottom bearing to set height, then shims are installed. End plate is assembled, bearings tightened, shims are then removed. Completed core assembly is mounted on the generator base plate. The shop crane makes it much easier to maneuver the 130 lb. core.
Go along for an adventure that is highly entertaining, educational and fun, with breathtaking as well as heartbreaking scenes of Morocco, and what it’s like doing business in Morocco (paperwork, paperwork, paperwork) in part 1. In Part 2, as in all the QEG Real World episodes, is the technical stuff for the engineers showing the equipment, the device and the process of building from scratch.
Approximately 22 hours of live question, answer, instruction sessions and all handouts between James Robitaille and actual QEG builders/students. Material covers the complete QEG build process roughly following the 10-week Continue Reading
These pre-recorded webinars are taught by James Robitaille. Each of the webinars consists of questions and answers, and covers instructions on how to assemble the QEG. The webinars go along Continue Reading
The QEG renewable energy course for beginners was taught and recorded live for 10 weeks, and is now available to the public for purchase. For the beginner in free energy, Continue Reading