3D Printed Electric Motor
Open Source Modular Axial Flux Motor v02 - https://mi_shell.gitlab.io/models_online/ose_webgl/motor_v02_01.html
- Dual rotor 500W motor with controller. Best starting point for a motor. - 
- Most complete plans
- has 8 kW version as well
- Late 2018, TU Delft students on axial flux coreless - 
- John Reimers - early 2019 - McMaster U grad student - 
- French student project - no plans - 
- 100W, about 1 in lb torque - 7000 RPM - so 70 RPM geardown gets you 100 in lb. Comparable to current motors.
- Not bad.
Magnetic Material Types
The typical motor efficiency metric of electrical/mechanical power in/out doesn't take into account the total ecology. Using Halbach Arrays to direct the magnetic flux density with less magnetic material decreases the total embodied energy improving the environmental impact.
Another issue with many 3D printed designs is the requirement of carefully hand-winding the coils. Hand-winding results in poorly formed coils with a potentially higher voltage between contacting coils and damage to the enamel. If the motor takes a long time to build and has sporadic fails it will not be popular to replicate. Axial motor windings may be easier to wind due to their more planar patterns, but can still have complex shapes.
- MakeSEA 600W motor - . MakeSEA 40 and 90W - 0.06 peak Nm torque - about 70% efficiency. MakeSEA 60W -
- Testing on an ultralight aircraft with 600W motor - 
- French project - radial motor - .14 Nm torque - 100W - 
- Small Halbach array generator - 7W per 1000 rpm - 
- Great scott - 
- Model steam engine - Solenoid Model Steam Engine
Simple BLDC Outrunner
- Including Howto - 
- Inrunner BLDC with embedded 3D printing from the WM Keck Center for 3D Innovation - 
3 Phase BLDC Simple Jet Motor
- Magnets + coils. Doea lack of a magnetic core make it very inefficient, or can this do well upon geardown? High speed geardown is not easy, though. 
- Isn't this a ducted fan, not a pule, turbo, or ram jet etc?
Alternator - Axial
- Decent at low speed -