And this is what I got so far:
Several types of brushless motors (different diameters and bell depth). Even have 4 of the same type (upper left corner). Got two of them and stacked startors (upper right). There are two big stators and bells from 3.5" floppy drive (bottom left).
This is a stock Pentium4 (socket 478) CPU cooler. Note the two small ball bearings?
They fit perfectly for 3mm shaft :) But note that not all CPU coolers have bearings.
This is something I pulled out from a CDROM drive.
Various plastic cogs. Maybe to build a gearbox or to use them as a base for landing gear wheels.
Rubber bushing, to dampen vibrations where needed.
And the shafts. 3mm . Long enough.
More cogs and some motors found inside CDROM. Flat one drives a laser trolley, and round one powers a tray.
And this is something I'll definitely try to use. An 12 pole stator. And I got 7, SEVEN, of them. Who said LRK???
The same, but disassembled.