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Author Topic: This method can be used to condition magnets for the Sweet Device work  (Read 6464 times)

Offline Bruce A. Perreault

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Good Day Everyone!

To make a coax electret requires us to heat it to the point where it
almost melts. People have been putting the cable in an oven to
accomplish this. The problem is that the cable is not heated uniformly.
You are risking the cable sticking to your tray and ending up with an
awful mess. The method I use to uniformly heat the cable is to place a
deep pan on a hotplate and add oil. This way the cable is immersed in a
uniform heat. It is also much easier to apply your poling voltage to
the cable.

You can also condition ceramic magnets this way to build a Sparky Sweet
transformer. No rocket science here.

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?-Bruce P.

Offline raburgeson

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Re: This method can be used to condition magnets for the Sweet Device work
« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2006, 08:46:39 PM »
Asking for a friend, BaFe, magnets keep going dead quickly. Reactivated after Erie Magnetics Co. origanal charge failed. Is he using a type of magnet that simply won't work or is he doing something wrong? He lives in Cainbridge and I don't have a pic of his setup.