Easily Separate Magnets with the MAG Splitter!

kjmagnetics.com – The Magnetic Attraction Guillotine (MAG) Splitter was specially designed and developed in-house to assist in the separation of both large and small magnets, up to 2 inches* in diameter. The MAG Splitter is easy to assemble for either right or left hand operation. The cutting arm hardware is stainless steel so magnets don’t stick where they shouldn’t. Our innovative Catch System embedded in the base grabs the magnet as it is separated. It’s like having a third hand! The MAG Splitter is made from 100% hardwoods to reduce the wear caused by repeated magnet separating. And best of all… it’s hand crafted right here in the USA! http *Note: When separating large magnets over 1 1/2 inches, we recommend using the buddy system!
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16 Replies to “Easily Separate Magnets with the MAG Splitter!”

  1. you think those are big? you should see some neodymium magnets. much much more powerful. powerful enough to crush your bones.

  2. Do you really have to buy one just make it with plywood, bolt, nut or if you are feeling fancy use a ball bearing from a skateboard and to catch it use a small nail or another magnet

  3. Nuh uh! your retarded! Come on! you can insult me better than that! Go ahead! Stoop to my level! You know you want to!…

  4. wow, i like how it fits most any size. when I received 25 3/4″ cylinder magnets, I bolted two boards on one end then drilled a 3/4″ hole through both boards a few inches from the pivot. then I used it like a shear but it was only good for 3/4″ duh…what was i thinking?

  5. Wow, those are some frighteningly strong magnets. You can see the separated magnet move even when it’s still several inches away.

    You guys have one of the best jobs in the world - playing with super strong magnets!

    PS I love the magnet I have from you.

  6. Not all of our customers have the time or ability to make a splitter like this. That is who the M.A.G. Splitter is designed for. If you are able to build one yourself, we encourage you to do so.

  7. yeah that is one complicated feat of technological advancement! Lord know one could not possibly make their own at home out of scrap wood and a bolt with a couple of washers. Thank god!

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