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Gramme motor/ dynamo

Ronald E. McClellan

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This is what I've been working on for the past couple of weeks. It is very early motor/ dynamo early 1880's. It is 15 1/2" H and weighs over 100 lbs. So I built a cart for it (I can't pick it up and carry it) , Using castings from Cattail foundry. I have it running as a motor. I have yet it test it as a dynamo. Ron