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Old 08-18-2011, 10:23 AM   #1
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What are some unconventional ways to use AC motors?

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1. As an "industrial design" paper weight.
2. As a door stop.
3. As a smoke emmitor.
3. Put a bunch in your trunk for winter driving weight.

I'm sure others may chime in with more....

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1. As an "industrial design" paper weight.
2. As a door stop.
3. As a smoke emmitor.
3. Put a bunch in your trunk for winter driving weight.

I'm sure others may chime in with more....

I take it you haven't explored any "working" applications then. Good one though... Er, or four.
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