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Neodymium wire instead copper wire for coil?

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ekimtoor1:
http://www.goodfellow.com/catalogue/GFCat4I.php?ewd_token=notjxtGmy03gDfjPyOu8L09HM7GRfB&n=TJO0GH129b8mXFo1DcCSoev6xUeooP

Cherryman:

--- Quote from: Paul-R on February 18, 2015, 03:49:39 PM ---
(p.s. You cannot be forgiven for not giving your viola its grave accent by giving your et an acute one ! )

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Pardon my French, i knew it had to go somewhere..     ;)


OT:


About the magnetics going all over de place...  I guess when filling the tube, the powder  will sort out the poles.. ??  More or less ?


Or, after stuffing it in real hard..  Give it some high current.. to ( i don't know )  melt, or reset .. haha just thinking out loud.

pulp:

--- Quote from: Paul-R on February 18, 2015, 03:49:39 PM ---Yes, but the direction of magnetisation of all the fragments will be up the creek. The wire will have no overall magnetic field.

The idea of a magnetic coil is interesting. not sure where it goes - possibly somewhere. One can buy neo segments which could be pieced together.


(p.s. You cannot be forgiven for not giving your viola its grave accent by giving your et an acute one ! )

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Well almost forgot this topic...
However this also was my idea so i ordered neo magnets from ebay like this:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/2mm-x-5mm-Cylinder-Earth-Neodymium-Super-strong-Magnets-2x5-mm-N35-Craft-Model-/171024972764?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_15&var=&hash=item27d1e1fbdc
200 pcs. However i received them finally but in one day and they were so tiny i lost them in the house somewhere and couldn't find it so cursed my bad luck and didn't order again. Still hope they will show from somewhere.

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