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Magniwork Review – Is Magniwork Generator System A Scam?

Magniwork Magnetic Energy Generator

Here’s an interesting information product that I found recently that may be related to renewable energy for homes. It is an e-book called Magniwork. The main web site can be found at www.magniwork.com.

When I first read the information on the page, I was pretty intrigued. The introduction videos are pretty interesting also. It talks about generating electricity by using a magnetic generator.

An Insightful Magniwork Review

The magnetic energy system is very different from either solar power or wind turbine. The technology uses the “attraction and repelling” forces of magnets, which is one of the most abundant, simple and powerful energy source to generate electricity.

Sound too good to be true? That’s what I thought. But nonetheless, I bought the book just to find out what’s in store.

After reading the e-book, I decided to write this Magniwork review to share what I’ve learned from the manual.

Building Your Own Magniwork Generator

The e-book is basically an instructional manual showing you how to make your own magnet driven electric generator. The technology is not perfect, nonetheless, many Do It Yourself (DIY) enthusiasts are giving it a try.

The idea is to suspend a circular plate made out of wood or plastic at its center with a core supported on bearings. Next, magnets bars with positive poles are placed at the circumference of the plate.

Then, more positive pole magnet bars are place outside the plate. The magnet bars will come into close contact with each other but do not touch.

We learned from high school science classes, when 2 magnets with similar poles come close, they will repel each other. This is the same principle used to spin the plate.

When everything is done right, the circular plate with magnets will spin freely and gain momentum because of the repelling forces. Now is the time to harness the rotating energy.

By following the Magniwork manual, it will show you how to connect a belt from the central core to an electric generator. The centrifugal force will spin the generator hence creating electric current.

To make use of the current created, the electric dynamo is to be be connected to a charge controller. The function of the charge controller is to make use of the current to charge a battery bank.

How Much Power Can It Produce?

According to the author, the magnetic generator is capable of producing 3.7 volts and 7 ampere of Direct Current (DC). The amount of energy produced is equivalent to 24 watts.

That is a small amount of power and it will take a very long time to charge a standard 12 volt battery.

When you’ve understand the principle of how a magnetic generator works, the next step is to scale it up by building more magnet driven devices and connect them in series.

Again, take special care during the construction and make sure all the magnets are perfectly balanced. The Magniwork generator is “not” a perpetual motion device. When the weight is not balanced, it will create unnecessary drag and prevent the circular plate to spin freely.

Magniwork Product Guarantees

Since the Magniwork e-book is offered by Clickbank, as usual, all buyers are covered by the standard 60 Days Money Back Guarantee policy.

If you don’t see any valuable information in the manual, feel free to contact Clickbank and ask for a full refund. Make sure you get it done within 60 days from the purchase date.

My Magniwork Review Conclusion

The manual is pretty interesting to read. There’s a lot a new and unique information that I gathered from Magniwork. The magnetic generator is a simple concept but involves precision engineering. If it is not built according to specification, it may not work properly.

If you are planning to use magnetism to generate power to reduce your home electricity consumption, it is best you begin by making your house more energy efficient.

The bulk of the e-book, about 80 percent talks about simple ways you can do to reduce your home energy consumption which I find very informative.

For example, have better home insulation, check for air leaks, don’t leave the stove on etc.

So what’s my conclusion? Is the Magniwork guide worth your investment?

Personally, I think it is a good buy especially if you like to make stuff in your garage. Then again, everyone is free to have their own opinion. If you want to check out the Magniwork manual, click on the link below.

==> Click here to visit Magniwork now!

By | 2012-11-06T13:35:33+00:00 July 1st, 2009|Magnetic Energy|100 Comments

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  1. Bill November 29, 2010 at 6:54 am

    It’s odd that nobody is building this “simple” machine and selling it commercially. Good comment there about friction…and how do we overcome friction? With a great big engine, or wind, or moving water…things that generate power tend to be very difficult to turn. Get yourself an old alternator off a car. Hook a crank and a battery up to it and start turning the crank. Maybe you will get an idea how much work it takes to create electricity.

    I suppose I could use a magnet to turn a plastic wheel that has a little piece of iron in it. But it’s not going to turn 360 degrees unless I use more energy to pull the magnet away. If I use an opposing magnet, they will work against each other. It doesn’t matter if the magnet is as big as your house.

    The resistance of a generator will stop any rotor in its tracks unless it has a regular supply of force. If you’re going to make something like that, hook up a fan and stick it outside in the wind. Wind is free, isn’t it?

  2. tech deck December 5, 2010 at 8:37 pm

    Aw, this was a truly high quality article. In principle I’d prefer to write like this too – taking time and actual effort to make a beneficial article.!!!. but what can I say.!. I procrastinate alot and by no means seem to get some thing completed.

  3. Mike January 4, 2011 at 6:50 am

    Great blog post! It has all the information anyone should need to make a decision about purchasing this product. Plus, the comments from people who have read the ebook and used it are also helpful, very much like customer reviews. Thank you for this!

  4. Angelo January 18, 2011 at 10:34 pm

    I am about to start construction of a similar unit and I will offer them for sale if they work. I have everything available to me eg… CNC Lathe and Mill, Laser Cutter, Electronic test equipment, and everything else I may need. If it is possible to make them work, I will sell them for about 25% over cost.

  5. Piper January 19, 2011 at 7:30 am

    Magnetic free energy is the wave of the future. It’s cheaper to build than solar or wind power, and more reliable. Your article is beneficial to anyone looking to save money on power bills while saving the planet. Thank you!

  6. arnie January 21, 2011 at 1:36 am

    hi Angelo
    i’m would be very interested to know how you get on and how much it will cost

  7. Terenzio the Troll January 27, 2011 at 6:29 pm

    From the home page of magniwork site:
    “A Zero point magnetic power generator is basically a Free Energy Generator. It uses magnets, and magnetic force to induce perpetual motion. It runs by itself, indefinitely without stopping, thus creating completely free electrical energy, which can fully power your home for free. A Perpetual motion device refers to a machine that runs perpetually i.e. indefinitely, and produces a larger amount of energy than it consumes. Thus, it produces free energy indefinitely, runs by itself, without having to need a third-party device or resource to power it.”

    Hey, folk: perpetual motion is a delusion. Don’t waste your money on this ebook.
    Ask yourself: if all this really works, why those people are trying to make a living selling ebooks, instead of putting up a 1 MW electric plant and selling the current to the electric company?
    If they had a working model, they could go public and find investors overnight.

    The reason why it does not work is that magnets are NOT, by any means, a source of energy.
    You have to do some work to push two magnets (with identical poles facing) close together; exaclty the same ammount of work (minus losses) that you can then extract from the system when the magnets repel each other. The total gain is ZERO (at best). Please, do not insert any “yes, but magnetic shielding distorts the field” bullshit here: a central field remains a central field no matter how “distorted”.

    You don’t have to trust my word on this: google around for “Gauss theorem”.

    Unfortunately, basic electrodynamic theory is not so easy to understand: it requires a sound dose of math that is well beyond the average high school math class. This is why all this scams about magnets have such a grip on people: most of the readers simply do not have the notions to understand that what may seam a “Yes the theory is correct ” statement, is actually a load of nonsense.

  8. Troy January 28, 2011 at 8:45 am

    Hi Angelo, I too would be interested in purchasing, if you can get it to work and its affordable!

  9. Carolyn January 28, 2011 at 7:28 pm

    Angelo, please post back if you get a working generator constructed.

  10. Terenzio the Troll January 29, 2011 at 10:05 pm

    I agree: definitely post back any information on such a generator WORKING.
    As for your list of equipment, may I suggest you to add one more spare items?
    David Griffiths “Introduction to Electrodynamics”

    This will save you a huge lot of trouble down the road, besides enabling you to understand what you are doing.

    Sorry, I know I am giving the impression of being spooky and looking on others down my nose, but electromagnetism is REALLY a very finalised science and a mature technology: there is really no point in trying to re-invent the wheel and make 4 ceturies old errors all over again.

  11. Kelly January 30, 2011 at 5:17 pm

    I Just purchased this magnet generator plans. I was really hoping that it would work and that I could build it and so on. However, the plans do not contain hardly any diagrams and is very confuseing. I get way better plans from a plastic car model in a box at the hobby shop than these. There is no step by step diagrams. It is VERY vague. The instructions say to construct a rotor and then wrap wire and make bushings with oil grooves and such but leaves out just about any diagram except a color sketch on two of the 50 pages. They expect you to just imagine all of this in your head. They don’t even bother to show you a photograph of what it looks like. It’s really rediculous. I am very mechanically inclined and have a small machine shop set up in my garage. I have had more than 5 semi trucks and can do almost any repair that is needed to them and have been a mechanic for over 35 years. I also specialize in Natural Gas Vehicle custom fabrication. I work on high pressure vessels and just about anything mechanical and electrical. Also, the instructions say that you can not run the generator horizontally. So, I guess that means that you have to run it vertically. But , when I look and the videos of the guys running their generator, I notice that all of the different videos the generators are all running horizontally. If this thing does work, These guys just published the most lousy ” do it yourself guides ever”. If it were me and I was going to publish a do it your self guide on anything , I would have at least one black and white photo of each and every step of the project to fully clarify how to do it. I’m not saying this thing will or will not work, but if your the average person, you will read the instructions and then just say forget it. I may still try it, but I’m sure I’ll have to go back and forth to the internet and get help from some other diagrams from somwhere just to make one. Then we’ll see if it even works.

  12. Video Game Design February 7, 2011 at 4:14 am

    From the home page of magniwork site:
    “A Zero point magnetic power generator is basically a Free Energy Generator. It uses magnets, and magnetic force to induce perpetual motion. It runs by itself, indefinitely without stopping, thus creating completely free electrical energy, which can fully power your home for free. A Perpetual motion device refers to a machine that runs perpetually i.e. indefinitely, and produces a larger amount of energy than it consumes. Thus, it produces free energy indefinitely, runs by itself, without having to need a third-party device or resource to power it.”

    I Just purchased this magnet generator plans. I was really hoping that it would work and that I could build it and so on. However, the plans do not contain hardly any diagrams and is very confuseing. I get way better plans from a plastic car model in a box at the hobby shop than these. There is no step by step diagrams. It is VERY vague. The instructions say to construct a rotor and then wrap wire and make bushings with oil grooves and such but leaves out just about any diagram except a color sketch on two of the 50 pages. They expect you to just imagine all of this in your head. They don’t even bother to show you a photograph of what it looks like. It’s really rediculous. I am very mechanically inclined and have a small machine shop set up in my garage. I have had more than 5 semi trucks and can do almost any repair that is needed to them and have been a mechanic for over 35 years.

  13. Dennis February 10, 2011 at 6:37 am

    It’s a SCAM. People for decades have said to have overcome the laws of physics and developed some remarkable device. There is no such thing as a perpetual motion device and thee never will be on this planet. You can never have a zero drag coefficient in a world with gravity and you’ll be damned to try and locate such in any universe. The bearings that the revolving plate rotate from produces drag. The first law of physics…any object put into motion will stay in motion until and opposite force is applied! So by some miracle of an unknown science, someone on earth has been able to produce a bearing that produces a zero drag. I can produce 10,000 volts of electricity at 10,000 millivolts byt sliding my feet across a carpet on a day with low humidity. That’s producing 1 watt of electrical power. I guess I should be able to hold a light buld in my hand and have it glow as long as I keep sliding my feet on the carpet. Those old enough to remember the gas crisis of the 70s will remember the scammers with their pertetual motion energy producing devices. Now the claim is made that it was corporate energy companies that sguashed their inventions. Equally obsurded is the urban legond of the 100 mpg carburator that the big oil companines suppposedly bought the patient to keep it out of production. It never existed. Gasoline like electricity contains a specific amount of power. While you can increase the effiencey of a device using that power, you can’t increase the amount of available power without increases the amount of power. Simply put…if you don’t increase the amount of electricity or gasoline, the amount of available power is the same. It’s like trying to drive pulling a 20,000 trailer at 70 mph using the same amount of gas it takes to keep your car idling at a stop sign. Now put a load on that free electrical power this miracle device claims to produce and see what happens. Even with the figures listed, 24 watts of no load power is the equivelent to .0032 horse power but the Magniwork claims to produce 24,000 watt hours or the equivelent of 1 watt for 24,000 hours no load power. Why if that’s the case why don’t we get rid of our 200 HP engines in our car and replace them with 3 HP lawn mower engines. If both will power my car to 70 mph with even one person then what are we waiting for. Magnets themselves are a power device with a specifc amount of power so I guess these magnets they’ve used are more powerfull than any other found on the planet. This is a SCAM just like all the other perpetual motion devices created. The people that make money from this SCAM are the ones trying to sell the idea to those foolishly looking to save money by investing in bogus technology. What’s next, a 1000 pound cow that miracalously produces 6000 pounds of beef when it’s slaughtered and reaches the butcher table! Yea the world was once considered flat and the sun revolved around the earth but these therories wouldn’t stand up to science. This article’s writer appears to have some knowledge of science and he does understand you can’t produce more power from magnets than what’s already contained within them. Put a 3.7 volt, 24 watt load on this generator and whatch it come to a halt. For that matter put the smallest load you can find on the generator and watch it come to a halt. Remember the readings indicated in the article are no load readings so once you placed any load on it, the resistance overcomes the amount of no load power in the magnets and the perpetual motion machine becomes a pile of expensive parts worthless for anything other than a door stop! So if your skeptical, find out for yourself and believe what you want to believe. It’s your money and I’m certain Magniworks will be greatful; all the way to the bank! There’s a reason its called the LAW of Physics and not the theory of physics!

  14. หาเงินผ่านเน็ต February 10, 2011 at 9:36 am

    Magnetic free energy is the wave of the future. It’s cheaper to build than solar or wind power, and more reliable. Your article is beneficial to anyone looking to save money on power bills while saving the planet. Thank you!
    From the home page of magniwork site:
    “A Zero point magnetic power generator is basically a Free Energy Generator. It uses magnets, and magnetic force to induce perpetual motion. It runs by itself, indefinitely without stopping, thus creating completely free electrical energy, which can fully power your home for free. A Perpetual motion device refers to a machine that runs perpetually i.e. indefinitely, and produces a larger amount of energy than it consumes. Thus, it produces free energy indefinitely, runs by itself, without having to need a third-party device or resource to power it.”

  15. Lacy February 24, 2011 at 3:31 am

    I do know about the Law of physics. I still see that a perpetual motion generater might work we continue to find new technlogys every day who am I to discredit an idea that is how we have all the modern inventions we all live by today. ON THAT NOTE. This product is ridiculous. It is marketed that anyone could build it and it should only cost around $100. We feel like we have been scammed. The product information said nothing about all the equipment and tools, or the precision craftsmanship that would be required to create it. The items needed to build the PMG might be available but the steps to reach the final end result look so daunting that I can’t even imagine any regular Joe blow would attempt it. Power press drills, and lathes necessary for building the precision components are costly equipment not found in the everyday household. I understand that this is new technology and maybe not readily available, but then you should be open and up front with your consumer that they will be fabricating components from scratch and what tools would be necessary before they purchase.

  16. Terenzio the Troll March 2, 2011 at 1:02 am

    How can you call “reliable” something for which there is not even a single working example?

    Before addressing reliability, we should be after feasibility, shouldn’t we?

    If it’s cheaper than solar or wind power, where are the power plants?
    Solar has gained a sizable electricity market share even if solar watt-hour is 4-8 times costier than oil watt-hour: anithing cheaper than that should kill the competitors in just months…

  17. Estehr March 6, 2011 at 5:58 pm

    I don’t think someone really build a magnetic power generator
    In any case – the closest info I could found to build magnet generator was this
    site: http://topmagneticgenerator.com – can someone help here and let me know if this is for real?

  18. Maxx March 9, 2011 at 11:13 am

    Hey Angelo,

    Give us some status on your progress.

  19. Simon April 1, 2011 at 5:22 am

    Perpetual Energy never works.
    If the Generator would work it would probably produce the amount of energy that it would take to produce the dozens of high-powered magnets you would have to get for it. (Law of Physics)

    Here another example: If you were to operate a Elevator with a magnet which would pull the elevator up. how would you get the Elevator back down to the ground.
    It would take more energy to pull it away from the Magnet then it would to bring it up.

    It always takes more energy to go up then to go down (law of gravity)

    magnets function the same way. they pull objects towards them. but it takes just the amount of energy to pull two magnets apart then they would ever produce if you hooked up a generator to them.

    Sincerley Simon

  20. Voltaire Dar April 2, 2011 at 5:30 pm

    Think about this.
    1. Input = Output is for ideal circuit.
    2. Input > Output is the reality.
    3. Permanent magnet and gravity can be used as input source to get working energy.
    4. Electric Energy is free but we have to pay to get it.
    5. Magnet has energy at rest.
    6. Over unity is impossible
    7. Perpetual machine with permanent magnet s is not everlasting machine for real, coz it will die.
    8. Electric generator run on permanent magnet is not fuel free coz permanent magnet is the fuel (input).
    9. Permanent magnet + Gravity [1000 W] = Work [ < 1000 W ] = Electrical Energy [< 1000 W]
    10. Therefore it is possible to make electric generator that run on permanent magnet system, it never violate the law of physics, mathematical reason for this system is present but unseen.
    11. Let us discover hidden reality on this matter, maybe you’re the one..

  21. Leif April 4, 2011 at 5:07 pm

    THIS IS NOT PERPETUAL MOTION PEOPLE. The Neodymium magnets are permanent magnets holding STORED ENERGY that will last for 300-400 years. Arrange them in any number of offset ways and this is possible. No physics laws are being broken.

  22. Terenzio the Troll April 7, 2011 at 10:17 pm

    3. Permanent magnet and gravity can be used as input source to get working energy.

    Ghosh, NO!

    Short version. Central fields, Gauss theorem, integral over a closed path of the net force equals ZERO. No way around that, in this universe.

    Long version. You don’t use gravity as “input source to get working energy” (in an hydro plant, for instance). You use the gravity field to STORE potential energy in water. The energy comes from the SUN: do you remember the water cycle from primary school? It gets an energy input to raise water from sea level to the top of a dam in the mountains.
    That’s the same with magnets: it’s the hamster running in its wheel that powers the generator, NOT the magnets. The energy come from the hamster, the magnets just CONVERT it from one form to another.

    5. Magnet has energy at rest.
    If you are referring to magnetic energy, yes they do: it’s the potential energy associated with the creation of their (static) magnetic field. A handful of Joule per kilo. Not enough to keep a LED running for a few hours. Once that is spent, you have to build a new magnet. Not very efficient.

    10. Therefore it is possible to make electric generator that run on permanent magnet system, it never violate the law of physics,
    As long as there is a hamster turning a wheel.

    mathematical reason for this system is present but unseen.
    Actually, is all very well understood.

  23. Lee McCarley April 20, 2011 at 3:09 pm

    I think your proposal is more than reasonable and would welcome the chance to work on this project with you. I would even be willing to trade labor for materials for my own project, if the system works. I have my own tools and work shop lets get together and talk about it
    Thank you for the opportunity
    Lee mMcCarley

  24. Rick April 25, 2011 at 7:35 am

    I am well underway in reproducing the generator. I have been following the instructions precisely and introduced two changes that I felt would increase power output and decrease load and friction to nearly zero. I will let you know the progress I might make in the future

  25. MAYBE April 28, 2011 at 3:03 am

    I do agree it is the hamster that produces energy and the magnets just convert it but the generator is said to convert energy and produce more than it uses. what do you think about that?

  26. Brian April 28, 2011 at 12:51 pm

    I purchased the plans last night, knowing the process is doable, but not sure “who” has the correct plans. Youtube up permanent magnetically driven generator, you’ll find plenty of working prototypes, not sure if any are based upon this one though.

    Some issues with the plans, by all means, it’s a bald face lie to say the parts can easily be found from the hardware store, how about surfing the web as well as a few electronics shops, then add onto it, you have to have a drill press, welder, precision lathe, steel cutting tools, you know, stuff the novice will not have in their garage, mandated to complete the project as is.

    The IQ tests I’ve taken, have done some insane numbers for engineering, thus, if this system has any validity, or is total garbage, I’ll know and there will be no question, if it is, or is not doable with their system., and yeah, taking that leap of faith as to this process, telling us that electrical coils are able to manipulate magnetic fields, when the fields are positioned correctly, to the point where they generate a feedback loop of sorts, ie, keeping the rotors moving along in tangent, rather then winding down like they do in an oridinary electric motor. I also have already figured it out enough to scale it down to it’s core components, without having to build the whole unit, as shown in the plans.

    In my mind, I’m thinking, one powers up the coil, it’s pushing juice through the coils, and think of it like a current of water, when started up, the centrifical force of the magnets, having been manipulated to move from the coils, now move past the coils, this time, accross them, causing the current to start, then skipping to the other side of it, pushing the current through it’s loop along a faster path.

    The prototype I have in my mind for the test, now uniquely “my own”, because I just changed it’s layout significantly, is as follows:

    Take two lengths of wood, position two magnets on the ends of them, Mount them so that you can remove and reposition them, playing with the polarities and angles, and see if repulsive, or attractive fields, or partials, etc. can affect it. The two lengths are joined together on the end with a spacer, and mounted to a shaft, so that they will spin freely in a circle. “similar to a compass”, Place a coil, ie. wrap some insulated copper wire, magnet wire will also work, just ask rat shack for the heaviest gauge, and that you are making a coil. It will just be a loop of wire, wrapped around itself several times, google it up if you don’t know what I’m talking about.

    Position the coil at a stationary point on the table, or what ever, and have it so that the magnets now pass over it. Place the two leads from the coil onto a volt meter, and see what kind of output it’s doing. After that, hook up two leads from where it’s hooked up into the meter, onto a battery, leaving the positive lead at the battery removable, ie. use an alligator clip., And leaving it connected still to the meter.

    Test two now, power up the coil, and push the armature I just described, on it’s way through the now powered up coil, but do not give it any extra momentum, it’s supposed to move entirely under the power of the coil.

    Now, count the number of times the armature can complete the radius, powered on, then write down the number of times it does powered off. We then can take into account, the powered up version, with the electricity alone, should push it 360 degrees for example, and one would then disconnect the power, and watching the volt meter “digital multimeter”, mark how much electricity is coming out, and do the math from there. You have the readings from the battery, that’s one number, and the secondary readings from the battery, after it’s been powered on to move the magnets, that’s the loss this thing has to now give back. It must give back more then it took, thus you are simplifying the process and only have to use basic math. No hard core precision is necessary for this model, nor a huge amount of expense., Just at least give it your best shot along making sure the system can rotate freely on the shaft, the idea here, you want to succeed, I so wish this system works.

    If it’s garbage, I’m going to raise cain to get my money back, or use my SEO skills as well as showing this experiment, via. youtube, and how it’s basic principal is impossible. I was expecting more thought into the alignment of the magnets, ie. having the follow the fields in a more sophisticated manner, which is where my own research had me going, for something like 31 years now. I’ve experimented with the latter along a straight line, similar to a bullet train, but without using electricity, and that does work, a circle pattern is what I was going for next from there, just thought grabbing plans would make it easier since I’m now reinventing the wheel obviously.

    That all said, I’m taking now, in the manual tells you how to use it for hydropower, but that section is some how missing from my manual…is this something written in, in a way to say, the generator still needs to have something to turn the shaft, and they just some how forgot to mention the instructions for that part??? hmm…. We’ll see, regardless, and if it does work, I’ll absolutely have to refine the mechanism far in excess to their plans, which are in my book very crude and too many redneck ways of building the components can be done away with.

  27. Terenzio the Troll May 2, 2011 at 8:41 pm

    “the generator is said to convert energy and produce more than it uses”

    Oximoron?

  28. lee May 6, 2011 at 9:43 pm

    hi jake nice to know you have built one we are in the discussion process to build one there must be a way of harnessing all this power that is all around us and just diverting it to where we need it

  29. Manjit May 9, 2011 at 1:49 am

    Hi any update on this?

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  31. Robert DiNoto June 25, 2011 at 8:58 am

    I purchased these plans and it is my intent to build it. Right now, I have made a working model on paper to scale to see how the magnets interact with the coils to produce electricity and additional magnetic fields in the coils to keep the attraction and repulsion active to keep the generator rotating. I am convinced that this will work in theory.. So now I am trying to make sense of these plans and get the materials together…. So far it will be much more expensive than speculated on the ad pages. Also this is a very basic design which leave much room for improvement. But first is to the machine exactly as the blueprints state, and from there (If this does produce energy) I will upscale the design. Does anyone want to join me on this venture? Let’s see if we can get a working up on YouTube so everyone will have the proof they have been looking for that it either works… or it does not.

  32. Don July 6, 2011 at 2:44 am

    Magnetic force is the energy that transferred there is no creation of energy just extraction . As long as you can make something rotate u can generate or extract direct current. Magnetic energy in this case is merely the means by which we cause that rotation just as a windmill or hydropower would. If it is possible to arrange magnets in the necessary positions to make a disk spin which is possible then I don’t see how it would be impossible to tap the current the spinning generates.

  33. shawn corrigan July 17, 2011 at 5:48 pm

    this is a good example of the intelligence of many. look at socialism. many think you can take from those who have and spread it to others. it doesnt work. the magnets possess some energy, if you extract that energy the magnet loses that much energy. period. socialism is worse. it destroys the spirit by killing ambition. it ALWAYS fails and kills millions in time.

    people need to learn to use the most beautiful thing in the universe, there own mind!! stop mooching from others !!!

  34. Aaron M. Kassner August 14, 2011 at 5:57 pm

    Good Evening Robert,

    I purchased the package and would be interested in working with you on the package. I have some of the basic parts made, but am a bit puzzled by a handful of others due to the vagueness of the plans. But thats ok, I’m used to this. Therefore, lets see if we can put our two brains together and figure this out.

    Sincerely,

    Aaron M. Kassner

  35. Dan September 10, 2011 at 12:53 am

    I went solar in June of 2010 and havent paid an electric bill since. This is about as perpetual as you can get.

  36. Rich September 17, 2011 at 11:49 pm

    Just googled it, and you can download it for free, no messing with torrents or registration. Havn’t looked at it yet but it appears to be the real gen.
    Enjoy

  37. Ryan September 18, 2011 at 3:21 pm

    Magniworks is a scam, the idea is sound but not the engineering . There a plans out of india, that seems to show promise, with some slight tweaking and more funding a working protype shall be soon within reach, Kayoss Inc.

  38. Name (required) September 21, 2011 at 12:49 am

    ok dont worry people,

    i will start to think new idea about creating new energy freely

  39. sedwardsak September 29, 2011 at 10:13 am

    I also purchased the book online. It’s not worth the money, but the last page has a lesson on BUYER BEWARE! It was worth every nickel.
    So its back to the shop to lick my wounds and look for that box of Naquadah, I could of sworn it was on the shelf next to the sack of Dilithium Crystals.

  40. cnc smith November 29, 2011 at 5:49 pm

    Can some just send me a copy of these plans I hate to spend 50 bucks on plans that may be bogus science, if i think It’s doable i’ll allow anyone to use my machine shop pro bono and even help the use the equipment to help them build it.

  41. Robert December 19, 2011 at 10:51 pm

    I requested help as well wit NO response. Simply question that went unanswered. I do not believe there is a support team as stated in their ads.

  42. Bill January 1, 2012 at 10:13 am

    Permanent magnets are only stored energy. They will eventually lose their magnetism under a constant load.

  43. Oliver January 5, 2012 at 11:02 pm

    free energy in a box selling for 49.99 marked down from 200.
    Smells like a fox

  44. Max January 14, 2012 at 5:12 am

    I understand the frustration out there with this system. In reviews it produces 24 watts of power, very small volts and amps. Think of a magnetic generator as a battery charger! You have to produce enough volts to charge a bank of batteries, to supply your load. (ex. Alternator charges at minimum of 14 volts)
    As for perpetual motion, why try to invent the wheel? You need torque to spin the rotors.
    In basics, magnets do loose power, but the lifespan of Neodyme Magnets is 300-400 years! If you pass powerful magnets over the right type of copper windings, you will produce A/C power! When you rectify this to DC, and use it to charge a battery bank, just like wind or solar does, you can power your house.
    A magnetic generator can be used just like a battery charger! Did you know Deka makes a 12 volt battery with 198 amps for 20 hours?? Banked in parallel, you can build the bank to run your load! Amps X volts=watts
    THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX, ALL POSSIBILITIES EXIST!
    Best Regards!

  45. Brian January 19, 2012 at 9:17 am

    Look, you don’t get energy from nothing. If the device is “cyclical” – meaning it is in exactly the same configuration after rotating a full rotation, or even many rotations, there can be no net energy gain. In physics, this is the direct result of the law of conservation of energy, which has never been observed to be wrong yet.

    The only comment here that was remotely plausible was the idea that the permanent magnets store energy and this gets used up. But they were talking about 400 years or something, when it would be more like minutes or even seconds.

    The only valid machines that make power out of magnets and coils are alternators and generators, like the ones found in cars. Come on people, work on something that can possibly work, like solar panels.

  46. Brian January 19, 2012 at 9:20 am

    In the above post I should have said:
    “like the ones found in cars – that are powered by the gasoline engine”.

    Sorry for leaving that last phrase out..,

  47. Dave Sullivan February 15, 2012 at 8:21 pm

    Unfortunately, solar and wind do not produce enough energy to justify the costs in my opinion. Then there’s the problem of having a cloudy day for months and no wind. I wrote to a respected inventor who is a physicist who had a detailed video on how his energy device worked and yes, it showed it working, quite amazingly I might add. His showed a 500 watt shop light being lit up as well as a meter that showed a constant out put of just over 20Kwh. The whole device was only about the size of a large loaf of bread. He does explain how part of the intellectual property is inside the metal “box” and utilizes the extraction of subatomic energy then converts it to usable energy. I researched the guy and as usual, foundthe bad mouthing skeptics but I found a lot of scientists who verified his invention as well as a few people and one entire self-reliant community who uses his design (with his permission). I finally decided to make contact to ask about purchasing the DIY version and found out there wasnt one because he had investors interested in manufacturing these. I do know these are almost funded enough to go into manufacturing but I received an email back when I asked about purchasing a DIY version. He had agreed but I had to sign a non-disclosure and agreement not to build this for any other purpose than for myself and not sell any (although he is working on a distributor program. Anyway, I paid $100 bucks at that time and received the plans. The plans are very detailed and easy to follow as well explain some of the “why’s”. It works great, powers my 1500 sq. Ft. house 24 hours a day 365 days a year and I saved the money I spent on the instructions and materials in the first month. The company is Boztronics and the inventor is Jim Boswell. I actually spoke to Jim and he is friendly and the most intelligent man I’ve ever talked to. His invention I built has been powering my house for 8 months without any problems and was easy to build once I called and Jim clarified a couple of steps. I’m not sure what he’s charging now or even allows DIY but if you want an awesome power generator without batteries, wind, solar or any problems the you should see if Boswell will still sell the DIY plans. Worth ten times what paid and has not only paid for itself but I’ve made extra monthly income by selling my energy credits to our local restaurants. Hope you try it. It’s the best I’ve seen. I also built and installed his water treatment DIY and our water doesn’t taste like chlorine anymore and I checked my faucet screens as I normally do once per month because of clogging and was very surprised to find nothing. I emailed Boswell about a DIY version of his fuel device that supposedly greatly increases your mpg and I am hoping he sells that too.

  48. paul March 7, 2012 at 10:37 am

    Working on magniwork need help on start up and finel hookup.

  49. Physics teacher (retired) October 5, 2012 at 2:10 pm

    It’s a scam. Like many have said, where does the energy come from?

    Zero point energy of the quantum vacuum? I rather doubt it. Mass being converted to energy by bar magnets? lol Nah.

    Scam

    S.C.A.M.

  50. Terenzio, you have provided an excellent reference!

    At the Museum of Unworkable Devices one will find a similar device: http://www.lhup.edu/~dsimanek/museum/unwork.htm#cheng

    … accompanied by an easily understood analysis of why it does not work as envisioned by the inventor!

    People are not convinced by the mathematical analysis which stems from Maxwell’s Equations, nor from anything in the 1st or 2nd laws of thermodynamics. Instead what they are looking for is a clear explanation (including obvious physics) as to why this particular machine cannot work. It took me a couple of tries with one of my clever relatives who had his own design for a magnetic engine … I had to show him how to trace the magnetic field lines by putting iron filings in a thin, sealed, plastic bag with a stiff cardboard backing … otherwise you get iron filings on everything, and the wife complains …

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