The Hydrobalanced Wheel is a composite wheel meaning it is made up of many cascaded sections and not limited to the actual size of the present invention, this allows a custom feature whereas cylinder block arrangements can be cascaded radially in order to simply resize the wheel in proportion to optimum design features for each independent individual rotating the Hydrobalanced Wheel. So another important feature of this Manmotor design is simply being able to offer multiple different sizes of apparatus with little extra cost in manufacturing, thusly reducing the final cost required to sell the device.
In the figure below, Fig. 12 you will be able to view an embodiment drawn, this is called an exploded elevational side view of the cylinder block arrangement comprising the Hydrobalanced Wheel of the invention Manmotor. This is important for an inventor to break pieces down in specific to review different ways of saving money in the manufacturing processes, remember your invention and it's success will be determined solely by the merits compared to the cost factors involved in the manufacturing processes required to build the apparatus invention. This process is very costly to the inventor if he or she does not understand the different processes the invention has to go through for acheiving the final product resulting from the "reduction to practice". You will lose your invention every time to the manufacturer that can simplify your invention , and save a few steps in the manufacturing processes involved required for you to complete the tangible results of your invention, "your product". Let's now look at Fig. 12 below.
Fig. 12 , Exploded elevation side view of the cylinder block arrangement. In this view our most important issue to convey to the reader and including the patent office, is the fact there are five different pieces to manufacture that make up one hydrobalanced wheel cylinder block arrangement. This particular cylinder block arrangement is designed so that anyone else trying to manufacture a wheel assembly that accomplishes the same results, will have to re design a wheel to use less components to manufacture or the one we have designed will become more popular than any other to follow, and here are the reasons behind it.
First of all one needs a complete understanding of how something is made, and for instance a machinest, "will" be involved in your invention product. Even the smallest and least complicated invention "will" and I re iterate the word "will" in some way be worked on by a machinest, so you need to understand exactly how your parts will be manufactured with the least complicated machinery and methods. Each time someone needs to pick up a tool and change it and or an additional part that needs to be made, always costs just a little more in time, materials, and steps to complete manufacturing your product. This will gaurantee you that if your idea is really worth selling, then someone will spend a little more time reverse engineering your invention into a form that takes less steps, materials, and money to manufacture, and then write a patent on their revised version of your invention that does exactly the same thing with exactly the same result, but with a selling price less than you can manufacture yours for. So it really helps to understand how the pieces making up your invention are going to be made, if you don't find a friend that understands the processes that is willing to assist, this can break you literally in costs to experiment on how to make the least expensive part that does what it needs to in your invention product.
In our product invention Manmotor, we needed a wheel that could be rotated and generate kinetic energy. Wheels are expensive to make and are heavy. An entire wheel the size and weight we need to develop the kinetic energy necessary to produce electricity is substantial in size and weight. When you think of designing your invention, keep in mind the shipping costs and the size of components that comprise the boxes required to ship your invention. This is also a way you can undercut a competitor, is to design the least possible area and the least possible weight to ship your product.
In this application of the hydrobalanced wheel of the present invention Manmotor, the wheel is simply to be rotated and at the wheels optimum RPM a bit of energy, "kinetic energy" is grabbed off in a second of time, and then the load is released and the cycle starts over again. Cycle times will be needed in this application and one cycle is one complete action of the product invention. Our intended product from the present invention is electrical energy and that is rated in fractions of a second, the quantity of electrical energy is called amps or watts and in this scenario we will use the amps as an example.
Referring to Fig. 12 : Part 108. is a cylinder plate and exploded individual as 110. which is water jet cut from a 3/16" thick plate of stainless steel. All holes and slots are cut at the same time, no drilling and the water jet is accurate for the tolerances involved in variation, dimensionally speaking. Since there are two required for each cylinder block arrangement they are substantially identical, and to build less parts accomplishing the same end result is one of our goals as inventors.