Perendev Magnet Motor MDF. This invention is meant to help inventors to further invent and perform tests of their own. The rotors and stators are cut on a precision CNC router with an accuracy of 0.004". The material used for this project is MDF, it is a little more affordable. The holes are cut out to fit 5/8" x 5/8" round or square neodymium magnets. A small block of wood is needed to force the magnets into place, no glue is required. After that, the magnets will not come off; however, the magnets can be forced back out and reinstalled in a new configuration within minutes. The invention is 13" H x 13" W x 12" L. There are 3 rotors and 3 stators, the permanent magnets on the stators are spaced 15˚ apart and the 3 rotors are offset 5˚ in respect to each other. The three sections of permanent magnets on the stator are offset to each other, they are not spaced apart at 120˚ to create more imbalance in the motor. Multiple configurations can be attempted with one and the same motor, the 3 rotors can be installed all the same while the 3 stators offset to each other or the other way around. This motor uses a 1/2" shaft, bearings, and collars, and 1/4" stainless steel threaded rods and nuts. Permanent magnets and pulleys are NOT included with this product. The actual product may slightly differ from the images.