This video shows the first micro motor experiment in Thailand performed on Saturday 7 th November 2009. This electrostatically driven micro motor had a rotor with a diameter of 0.88 millimeters. It consisted of 8 poles driven by 12 stator poles. It was fabricated by synchrotron x-ray lithography technique at micromachining lab, the Synchrotron Light Research Institute, Thailand by Pittaya Deekla, a graduate student from the Suranaree University of Technology (Master of Electrical Engineering Program). The stator was 300 micron-high and the rotor was 315 micron-high. The rotor was grounded and the stator poles were biased sequentially with 600 VDC 2 Hz pulses.
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