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What is the S.H.O. about?
This will be the first drive motor in the world to have a coil that looks like an S, or an H, or an O, depending on which side you look from.
Visit http://sho.wiki/3d to see the full-page version of this animation!
A simple version with only the path of the S.H.O. Coils can be found at http://sho.wiki/3d/simple.
An advanced version displaying the magnetic fields and vector potential can be found at http://sho.wiki/3d/advanced.
What does S.H.O. stand for?
S.H.O. stands for “Side Hung Over”.
What good is this for?
The best way to know is to build one yourself and show it!
How do I make it?
Details can be found at the Replication Station.