All Magnet Motor With Regauging Section. This invention is meant to help inventors to further invent and perform tests of their own. The rotor and stator are cut on a precision CNC router with an accuracy of 0.004". The material used for this project is HDPE (High Density Poly Ethylene). 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 into a new configuration within minutes. The invention is 13.25" H x 13.25" W x 4" L. There is 1 rotor and 1 stator, the permanent magnets on the stator are progressively offset in respect to the center of the rotor / shaft. The original prototype on the YouTube video uses an electromagnet which is pulsed through a timing to overcome the sticky part on the stator. The motor can turn clockwise or counterclockwise in repulsive mode or attractive mode, for best results it should be used in attractive mode where the permanent magnets on the stator are facing north polarity and those of the rotor are facing south polarity or vice versa. In this way, the rotor and stator will be pulling together which will keep the rotor straight if used at a very high RPM. There is a slot cut out for an electromagnet, one on each side of the rotor. This motor uses a 1/2" shaft, bearings, and collars, and 1/4" stainless steel threaded rods and nuts. Permanent magnets, electromagnets, and timings are NOT included with this product. The actual product may slightly differ from the images and or the YouTube videos.