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* Pihsiang PH-9MNF-1 Motor , not sure about specs but it should be a ~24V DC motor
 
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== What did i do ==
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Took most of the chainsaw parts off the motor today.
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All seems pretty clean and spins well with some decent feeling of compression. Not sure if i'm gonna keep the chainclutch for the generator. Still want to remove more of the plastics, but at least its smaller now.
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--[[User:Buzz|buZz]] ([[User talk:Buzz|talk]]) 02:27, 12 September 2019 (CEST)

Latest revision as of 02:27, 12 September 2019

Chainsaw Generator
Chainsawgenerator.jpg
Participants Buzz
Skills Mechanics, Electronics
Status Getting parts
Niche Excessive stuff
Purpose Infra
Tool No
Location
Cost
Tool category

Chainsaw Generator

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Idea

I want a ridiculous USB (and maybe other stuff) charger. Also i've always wanted a generator to carry along to places where i could burn up some fossil fuel.

Parts gathered thusfar

  • Central Park Thermal Chainsaw (??) , seems a twostroke thing with about 1300W (?) of output from the label
  • Pihsiang PH-9MNF-1 Motor , not sure about specs but it should be a ~24V DC motor

What did i do

Took most of the chainsaw parts off the motor today.

All seems pretty clean and spins well with some decent feeling of compression. Not sure if i'm gonna keep the chainclutch for the generator. Still want to remove more of the plastics, but at least its smaller now.

--buZz (talk) 02:27, 12 September 2019 (CEST)

 
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