Tag Archive: Magnets

Oct
16

How do magnets work? – James May’s Q&A (Ep 37) – Head Squeeze

Magnetism keeps the universe together. James May explains, along with magnetic fields and how they are present in everything in this strangely attractive Hea…Video Rating: 4 / 5 JVZoo Product Feed

Feb
07

Steorn Motor Replication – New Magnets Arrangement Cogging Effect

This video is to show the violent cogging effect caused by the new magnet arrange on my Steorn replication motor test platform. This is caused by the intensely strong magnetic attraction to the toroidal coil’s cores due to the new magnet arrangement. JVZoo Product Feed

Jan
24

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 …

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Nov
19

NEODYMIUM MAGNETS SMASHING EVERYTHING!!

Super strong neodymium magnets with dangerous magnetic force crush, mutilate and destroy with their magnetic power! This magnetic experiment shows how to use magnetic force to destroy anything! JVZoo Product Feed

Sep
28

Taking An In-depth Look At Rare Earth Magnets

Taking An In-depth Look At Rare Earth Magnets Article by Marie Winston No matter what people say, magnets are the most amazing things on earth. They are small, attractive and fun …

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Sep
11

The Value Of Rare Earth Magnets

The Value Of Rare Earth Magnets Article by Moses Grey Rare earth magnets have revolutionized industry, medicine and entertainment. Previous to their development, people relied on ferrite and ceramic magnets. These …

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Jul
29

Circle Shaped Custom Magnets – Affordable and Attractive

Circle Shaped Custom Magnets – Affordable and Attractive Article by Art Authors Circle shaped custom magnets attract eyes for the shape itself. Starting from the smallest 1.5 inch diameter magnets, they …

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