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  1. #1 Vertical moving car 
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    Would help with the device of the machine which moved on a vertical iron door using an electricity and magnetism![/b]


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    If you expect anything, it would be best to rewrite your sentence in such a way it is possible for someone who understands English to know what you expect.


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    It is necessary for me to make the machine which will move on a vertical iron wall, using electric and the magnetic phenomena
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    Take a small toy car (electrically driven or with a spring drive). Glue a magnet on the bottom of the car; make sure the magnet comes close to the floor, but doesn't touch it.

    If your magnet is strong enough to hold the car against the wall, and the drive of the car is strong enough to lift the weight of both car and magnet, it should work.
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    And if is more graceful? another way?
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    More graceful? - tip the wall on it's side?
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    Excuse for mine meticulousness, but it is necessary for me to find the most effective way of moving of the machine on a vertical wall, even with an additional cargo If can give the reference to the project! Thankful in advance =)
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    How complicated do you want to make it?

    You could use a kind of inchworm mechanism with two electromagnets holding the device against the wall intermittently, and some kind of motor increasing and decreasing the distance between the mechanism. This can be as strong as you can make the electromagnets.

    Instead of an electromagnet, you could use the mechanism that is used to fix some tool holders to a steel table, like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bender
    How complicated do you want to make it?

    You could use a kind of inchworm mechanism with two electromagnets holding the device against the wall intermittently, and some kind of motor increasing and decreasing the distance between the mechanism. This can be as strong as you can make the electromagnets.

    Instead of an electromagnet, you could use the mechanism that is used to fix some tool holders to a steel table, like this.
    Thank you very much! It is nessecary thing for me!
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