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We combine large, powerful magnets into a single structure to produce an extremely high magnetic field.

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Brad Daley
Brad Daley 19 hours ago
Have you tried using a controlled field magnet? Such as polymagnets?
His Masters Voice
Brainiac75 is the ultimate magnet channel on RUvid. Check him out
His Masters Voice
+Tech Ingredients Indeed. As do you! Subscribed! Love your work.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 5 days ago
We have. He does a good job.
WEWILLWIN tw15
WEWILLWIN tw15 6 days ago
what a great video ! really interesting and useful , thank you , I am subscribed and can't wait for the next one .
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 6 days ago
Thank you!
xkguy
xkguy 6 days ago
If this YT channel doesn't go I can picture him making a bluish colored stimulant in the basement of a commercial laundry for illegal distribution.
Hannes Zietsman
Hannes Zietsman 7 days ago
I really want to see this being used as a pump.
Hannes Zietsman
Hannes Zietsman 7 days ago
is it possible to build a dual channel with halbach array?
jon wilson
jon wilson 8 days ago
Jeeeez Louise! i jumped outta my skin when the first magnet shot in lol
ahmedshinwari
ahmedshinwari 10 days ago
Thank you sir for educating us on how the concept of magnetic lines being taken into consideration. That representation of magnets behavior based upon the magnetic-lines is very clarifying.
Marc Van De Rel
Marc Van De Rel 12 days ago
Hi, thanks for the interesting project. When will the next part of this project be shown? Many thanks in advance, Mark.
DELTACX10
DELTACX10 12 days ago
I have that same air conditioner
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 12 days ago
Neat. In an upcoming video I am going to show how you can build an air conditioner that is cheaper, uses no fluorocarbons and is more than twice as efficient as that one. Stay tuned!
Hugh C
Hugh C 13 days ago
How will you use this device?
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 12 days ago
The plan is to use this as the initial accelerating stage in a rail gun and as a pump.
MegaBakerdude
MegaBakerdude 15 days ago
"The field lines are promiscuous" - Ha ha!
Aaron Kelly
Aaron Kelly 16 days ago
Did the follow-up ever happen?
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 16 days ago
We're working on it. I have something like a dozen projects all moving forward simultaneously. The reason there are so many is that some require research and design while others need subcomponents to be built or tested. Couple this with the need to provide a steady output on subjects that appeal to a wide audience and progress can seem pretty slow.
VideoNash
VideoNash 16 days ago
Awesome.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 16 days ago
Thanks!
Dave Jones
Dave Jones 16 days ago
Does this stop radio interference.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 16 days ago
No. It is a static magnetic field.
Lonetree567
Lonetree567 21 day ago
WOW ! How Neat!
Miro Kefurt
Miro Kefurt 21 day ago
OK where are the follow up videos I can not find ANY 4/2019 !?
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 20 days ago
None of our projects get scraped. But, there are some pretty long intervals between videos on different projects. We have so many interesting things on the table so to speak.
Jacob duncan
Jacob duncan 20 days ago
Just thinking the same thing. I hope the project wasn't scraped.
Theresa Marie
Theresa Marie 26 days ago
Are you married?
Patrick Palmarella
Patrick Palmarella 26 days ago
Lead can block the fields same as to block Nicholas Teslars xray used today and adobted by the jews in pharmaceutical industry.
Kevin Bissinger
Kevin Bissinger Month ago
Low on time? Try watching this at 1.25x speed.
Jimmy The Powerful ! FU
How scary can it be to insert a magnet down a hole... are you f serious ?!
Tech Ingredients
Yes, I am. Aside from some risk of injury which is actually small because we did think this through, there are quite a few dollars invested in these magnets and if one breaks, the clean out of the tightly held, dispersed debris would be a nightmare.
Ed Soderlind
Ed Soderlind Month ago
awe some
Salvador Magdaleno
Nice video. Good example on a magnet assembly.
Shadow1986
Shadow1986 Month ago
does he have cancer and work secretly in a meth lab?
Tech Ingredients
No.
Steve Lawrie
Steve Lawrie Month ago
Excellent entertainment!
Tech Ingredients
Thanks!
Craig Sudman
Craig Sudman Month ago
Very attractive video...ah hem.
aboriani
aboriani Month ago
"Man that goes in there!" - That's what she said...
Jose Colon
Jose Colon Month ago
Please use a wooden frame to introduce the magnets rather than using your hands.
Jose Colon
Jose Colon Month ago
you're already half way there with the stick.
Daniel Satko
Daniel Satko Month ago
smart enought to grease thae bottom but not smart enought to grease the side walls
Daniel Satko
Daniel Satko Month ago
+Tech Ingredients u did not grease sides of sponge so not, u did not grease the side walls
Tech Ingredients
You missed that. The sponge was wide, complete greasing was insured.
Three Camels
Three Camels Month ago
Ken Wheeler disagrees
John Smith
John Smith Month ago
THAT IS NOT THE ACTUAL PICTURE OF THE MAGNETIC FIELD
Operator 801
Operator 801 Month ago
No, magnetic field lines don't show up well on camera.
Mackinstyle
Mackinstyle Month ago
I wonder, is there a relationship between how you extend the magnetic field with a steel rod and how a radio antenna works?
The Wallpaper Man
The Wallpaper Man 2 months ago
Oh dear I read the title wrong, Extreme McNuggets
WindWolfAlpha
WindWolfAlpha Month ago
I can see it now: "Man in clown costume dies in extreme mcnuggets prank gone wrong"
paul elephant
paul elephant 2 months ago
Flipping heck, inserting those magnets looked seriously scary, worth wearing gloves ? or would they just get it the way?
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 2 months ago
You're right, they would only get in the way.
Connor Christie
Connor Christie 2 months ago
So how and when can I signup for the Tech Ingredients graduate school?? This is seriously so interesting
Rick Ellis
Rick Ellis 2 months ago
I mean this in the most respectful way, but you’re like the Walter White of electromechanical science!
ExtantFrodo2
ExtantFrodo2 2 months ago
I know this is way off topic, but would it be possible to use neodymium magnets in dentures to keep them forced apart - pressed against the gums? I'm very curious to see if it would work, but only if the repulsive force would even theoretically be enough. I haven't been able to locate neodymium bar magnets that weren't magnetized along the short axis in order to test the push effect with any incidence of attraction getting in the mix (as teeth also move side to side when grinding).
ExtantFrodo2
ExtantFrodo2 2 months ago
+Tech Ingredients Plastic spoons only (you could always do that "spoon on cheek trick HAHA) . Yeah, I'd thought of the geometrically increasing repulsion and don't really know how much of a problem that would be. They'd probably need to be well engineered for each person's circumstances. For me perhaps a short upper plate magnet and a long lower plate magnet would travel more in parallel to the force lines to provide a more uniform push against the opposing plates. On the other note, I'd expect that being embedded in the acrylic it would not be subject corrosion. Thoughts? BTW, thank you for replying. Your videos are awesome!
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 2 months ago
Yep, that's a little outside the usual envlope, but that is where just about every innovation originates. There are too challenges as I see it. The least is the susceptibility of neodymium to corrosion, the magnetswould have to be well protected. More problematic is the geometricly increasing repulsion. With your jaws far apart, the retaining force will be at it's lowest level, but you might find it difficult to approximate your teeth in order to chew. Also, strong magnets in your mouth would be a hazard if any feromagnetic objects got to close to your head.
Mister Dude
Mister Dude 2 months ago
Stop being a copycat and try your own experiments.
Magnet Nerd
Magnet Nerd 2 months ago
The highest magnetic field that can be created using Neodymium magnets is a 3.2 Tesla magnetic field. That is if the circuimstances are perfect. And the configuration is right.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 2 months ago
You are correct, if you not only use a yoke, but also use pole pieces with a high saturation limit to concentrate the field beyond the field present at the surface of the magnet itself.
Quabledistocficklepo
What I see at 7:34 is not what you say I should see; it's the opposite. Using the rod WEAKENS the magnetic field. I didn't watch any more of the video. It's too slow for me.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 2 months ago
Take a look at that exact point in the video again and watch for 22 seconds. What I said is true when THE MAGNET is the same distance from the steel balls. The bar acts as a transmission line for the field. Sorry you found it too slow, but you might want to at least recheck the part you mentioned because the principle is important.
hoggif
hoggif 2 months ago
It would have been interesting to see how you disassemble that to get the magnets out for future use.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 2 months ago
That will indeed be a treat.
definty
definty 2 months ago
This the coolest channel! How come I have only found it now!?
definty
definty 2 months ago
+Tech Ingredients no problem! I've just shared one of your videos to one of my favourite sub reddits. Top content!
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 2 months ago
Thanks, better late than never! But. you can help us out a lot by spreading the word. RUvid doesn't promote technology channels with a lot of vigor.
Greg Chase
Greg Chase 2 months ago
The utility of the electromagnet in full view. You could place all the electromagnets with power off. Much less dangerous. . . .
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 2 months ago
The field strength levels you are aiming for are very high. Permanent, non super conducting magnets are a non starter. Steady state electromagnets will also not be able to reach anywhere near that level. Pulsed electromagnets will get closer, but still be unlikely to achieve those levels. My advice would be to establish the minimum field that will allow your project to proceed and then attempt to construct a small test magnet and see if you can at least generate that minimum field.
Greg Chase
Greg Chase 2 months ago
+Tech Ingredients I'm building a home-made NMR device (nuclear magnetic resonance) to test figure 7, page 5 of the patent below. I'd love to use a permanent magnet because I'll otherwise need LN2 or liquid helium for an electromagnet. Although you can use extreme focusing tricks with pyramid shaped permanent magnets and get a high static field, the effective volume is too small due to all the focusing. So I'm searching for ways to produce a static (DC-based) magnetic field without cryogenics but also without burning up the electromagnet. It's too bad you cannot create 5 Tesla, 10 Tesla, 20 Tesla permanent magnets of a workable size. No cryo would be needed. This patent uses NMR to polarize/align the magnetic moments of 1/2 spin atoms (bismuth in the patent's case) then oscillate them. Figure 7 on page 5 is a cutout of a spherical bismuth crew compartment. patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/3a/e1/0a/cdda5bf4825fb1/US3626605.pdf I won't know how high a (DC) static field I'll need until my homebuilt NMR is finished, but I want to have the freedom to crank it up to 20 Tesla. Having an electromagnet for such high fields is safer anyway, it can be shut off easily. . . .
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 2 months ago
There is that, but everything is a trade off. The permanent magnetic assembly has a more stable field and consumes no electrical energy. If this magnet is being used for an MHD pump or generator, an electromagnet could be a deal breaker.
David Prock
David Prock 2 months ago
Do you know much about different styles and types of gearing, and converting motion orientation? Want to help me build something!
I-AM-Xenu
I-AM-Xenu 2 months ago
who didnt laugh at 8:02 ? be honest, .
kucfogflesrouy hctib
GO WITH A C-SPIRAL...
DWNtoERTH
DWNtoERTH 3 months ago
They’re promiscuous, they don’t care who’s south hole
Gareth Baus
Gareth Baus 3 months ago
That looks like a good recipe for a hernia.
Simon Nicol
Simon Nicol 3 months ago
Flippin 'ek.
Robert Bryant Lock
Robert Bryant Lock 3 months ago
Fascinating vid.... 👍
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 3 months ago
Thank you!
Loud Mouth
Loud Mouth 3 months ago
cool stuff, I still like your smoke bomb vids most I just lit one today i had left from past summer lol kids enjoy smoke bombs lots.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 3 months ago
Great!
Centexzen2
Centexzen2 3 months ago
OK I'm Intrigued...Subbed & Notified to see more of your shenanigans...
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 3 months ago
Great!
saarike
saarike 3 months ago
Nice!
Taunter Atwill
Taunter Atwill 3 months ago
I'm not an engineer but i seems very easy to build a vise construction to press these magnets out again. If they have to come out for whatever reason.
william dowling
william dowling 3 months ago
Wow, this video was extreme!!!! I kid of course. Fascinating stuff. You know your magnets!
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 3 months ago
Thanks!
John Rutkowski
John Rutkowski 3 months ago
I love the universal ueehhhh sound everybody makes when the pucker factor is high, I made it right when you did
ExtantFrodo2
ExtantFrodo2 3 months ago
Could you have place the upper and lower magnets on the acrylic and then inserted them together? I'm trying to picture the situation as such. Could you explain if that's not a good idea.
ExtantFrodo2
ExtantFrodo2 3 months ago
+Tech Ingredients Yes, I had not thought about those things.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 3 months ago
The magnets are so strong that as they approached each other, they would slam into the acrylic and possibly crack it. Even if you chose polycarbonate which has great impact strength, you would probably not be able to remove the plastic when you're done.
MichSignMan
MichSignMan 3 months ago
I am sitting here smoking a big fat doobie wondering, why are so many people so much smarter than me? o.O lol ... Oh what the hell... I can make stickers! :) This is a very interesting video... Thank You
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 3 months ago
Thanks!
Nater Tater
Nater Tater 3 months ago
This man is no joke when it comes to his work!!!!
Nater Tater
Nater Tater 3 months ago
+Tech Ingredients NO NO NO GOOD SIR. thank you !!!!!! Wish I had you as a science teacher. Mine in Jr high and high school was the same man. You have a knack for this kind of tech. Keep it up. Subscribed good sir ! Thanks again
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 3 months ago
Thank you!
James Walston
James Walston 3 months ago
Would the maximum efficiency of a space be found in a construction with poles facing inward in the shape as close to a sphere as possible? So two magnets face each other = increase. What about 3? What about 4? What about infinitely many oriented with their opposite poles facing each other (as nearly as possible)? Or cylindrical?
James Walston
James Walston 3 months ago
+Tech Ingredients thank you for the reply! That site's blog post eventually led me to find this. Very interesting ! en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halbach_array Also, love the show, thank you for the content!
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 3 months ago
That design is probably OK, but with rapidly diminishing returns. The magnets will begin crowding each other out and the increased number of magnets will be balanced by the ever increasing distance of the magnets from the center of the assembly. A gap with a heavy yoke with two conical steel pole pieces within the gap to further concentrate the field is probably the best realistic solution. You might want to try playing with this tool: www.kjmagnetics.com/gap.calculator.asp
Ken M
Ken M 3 months ago
What is your recommended source of magnets?
BenJ747
BenJ747 3 months ago
12:39 when Bob Ross gets a science degree
dj osearth
dj osearth 3 months ago
4:58 "[...]They're promiscuous, they don't care who's _[solid]_ pole."
Ross True
Ross True 3 months ago
I mean. You doubled the flux by use of 2 magnets.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 3 months ago
Actually, we doubled the maximum flux at a single point, but we increased the flux-volume product by about 8x.
Ross True
Ross True 3 months ago
I guess I missed something. Tell me again what it does. Or are you just explaining magnets
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 3 months ago
You might have missed our earlier video demonstrating magnetohydrodynamics.
Mike Orr
Mike Orr 4 months ago
You know it's a good science video when you don't see any, "Magnets bitch!" or comments about promiscuous objects looking for a pole lol. But then again, I feel like this comment makes me that guy... This was a great video!
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 3 months ago
Great! Time to start designing something.
Mike Orr
Mike Orr 3 months ago
+Tech Ingredients For sure. I'm loving your channel. Been binging since last night. You are very creative. Getting me back into my engineering mood!
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
Thanks!
Fm FF
Fm FF 4 months ago
When is the next video going to be uploaded?
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
It will be one of the next few videos. The demonstration needs to be done outside because the seawater source will be gravity driven. The weather here is currently ARCTIC. We'll get it done as soon as that becomes less of a problem.
005 AGIMA
005 AGIMA 4 months ago
Sooooooo....hover board?
Daniel
Daniel 4 months ago
This canal became my favourite. Kudos.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
Thank you!
Vidduley
Vidduley 4 months ago
Hi, just wanted to say, your content is exeptionally good! You and Applied Science are one of the best if not the best channels in terms of showing scientific principles and perfectly realising their practical applications. I myself try to produce videos with this motivation in mind. Also I wonder what the main driving force of your builds is, are you doing this purely for our and maybe your own education, or are you developing some commercial products using these technologies? Best regards.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
Thanks! Like Ben @Appplied Science,we do these projects for our own enjoyment. The added benefit of sharing the process and the results through RUvid is at least as important.
onewyatt1
onewyatt1 4 months ago
PS: Absolutely love your work.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
Thank you.
onewyatt1
onewyatt1 4 months ago
Everything at quantum level is a magnetic domain, as you call them. Toroidal structures acting as little pumps within and upon an ocean of potential. Think fluid dynamics and remember all the magnetic funny actions. No need for such notions as quantum weirdness. No need for notions of a need for a unification theory. The universe is much simpler than most can fathom. Simple is more stable and likely, is it not?
Gene Ladner
Gene Ladner 4 months ago
Thanks for the ideas! I have lots of magnets of different kinds to work with!
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
Great!
InfoBytesBD Asia
InfoBytesBD Asia 4 months ago
do you have any scientific clues abt memory magnets??
Rakesh Mohan
Rakesh Mohan 4 months ago
My first time watching this gentleman, he is amazing. Is he a science educator? This makes me wish I attended a high school that did sciences.
David Scowen
David Scowen 4 months ago
Can you get the magnets out when finished with this experiment/apparatus? If so how, if not, what's its fate?
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
With some effort we can. A small hydraulic cylinder with an aluminum shaft can push these back out, where they can be removed. I don't plan to, as such a large, powerful field can be used for so many projects...videos.
Erik Schiegg
Erik Schiegg 4 months ago
What about Halbach arrays to increase efficiency? Some mu-metal foil could increase efficiency further. But okay, it's already quite dangerous and the foil would be scratched off inserting the magnets. Nice to see this.
Annie
Annie 4 months ago
Not one singel example of it's use. This is not the way to make RUvid videos.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
No, not yet. The video on magneto hydrodynamics explains why we are building this assembly. In an upcoming video we will demonstrate a MHD pump and generator.
Wes Woodward
Wes Woodward 4 months ago
where is part 1 and others
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
Part one is our video on magneto hydrodynamics.
TheOldGuyPhil
TheOldGuyPhil 4 months ago
Just found you and, of course, SUBSCRIBED!!! Thanks for the thorough explanations. I have an idea for electrical generation using magnets and something that is very abundant in nature... Your explanation of intensifying the lines of force will be helpful.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
Thank you!
rblibit
rblibit 4 months ago
I have one magnet with 100 lbs of pull and it SCARES me bad enough - I can't even imagine 600 lbs! HOLY MACKRELL!
Good 2C U!
Good 2C U! 4 months ago
I'm REALLY looking forward to the next video. I LOVE this!👍
Good 2C U!
Good 2C U! 4 months ago
+Tech Ingredients You're very welcome sir! You have a Gem of a RUvid channel.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
Thanks!
paul stegall
paul stegall 4 months ago
lol when he says balls around 8 mins onward it looks like a peni z
cemares
cemares 4 months ago
being liberal on grease i loved it
Jason Witt
Jason Witt 4 months ago
Waiting on second video months, ??? I love what you are doing and teaching.
CaboLabs Health Informatics
so interesting!
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
Thanks!
3d adventures
3d adventures 4 months ago
I have some tiny neodymium magnets and even those are scary! You have steel... spheres :D
perpetualdream3r
perpetualdream3r 4 months ago
Magnets can flip through solid plastic? ....
4747aaron
4747aaron 4 months ago
Any update on this?
Paul Noel
Paul Noel 4 months ago
I believe you aught to look into using magnets which in cross section are pyramidal with a flat narrow top. You should be able to assemble it better and fixture it better with much more magnetic field.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
Please provide links to some papers that support these numbers you are presenting. I'll look at them.
Paul Noel
Paul Noel 4 months ago
+Tech Ingredients In open air the magnetic field around the point of a tapered parallelogram often hits 7T. I would presume more. for a yoke by more than double. Sadly somewhere about 12T to 14T you get failure of magnet structure. You might do better focusing using Mu Metal it is spectacular. Let me make it clear 1.2 T is not that high. I get nearly 2.4 T inside a motor I have built. Using Mu Metal I could easily get 5T. That 2.4 T is using standard M15 steel. N-50 magnets in the tapered structures get easil 5T or 6T and sometimes 8T. Maybe I didn't make myself clear on this but 1.4T is trivial in magnetic fields. Cryogenic stuff really goes up there. The problem is about 12T the crystal structure of the magnets pulls apart or crushes. I would suggest that if you approach above 6T you look into concentration using 49% Cobalt 49% Iron and 2% Vanadium Alloy or the Mu-Metal.. It is the best for concentration. If you are only getting 1.2T then all you are getting is direct magnet to magnet N-50 N-52 magnets. There are magnets up to N-75 and N78. (Very expensive) . Do understand that N-52 is not 52/50 ratio to N-50. it is nearly 4 times. These really get amazing. The biggest problem is to install these magnets in the structure without damage. No you can get a lot more out of a N-50 magnet than the 0.65 T that is does on a flat surface if you shape it. You can get using an area reduction from 4 square inches on one face to 1 on the other face a flux density gain of nearly 4:1. That would be in your pole to pole functions approximately 4x 0.65T x 2 or 5.2T. If you jam it in taper up you can get it upwards of 7T.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
We are currently achieving 12,000 Gauss or 1.2 T in the yoke we demonstrated. Neodymium magnets cannot exceed 1.4 T without high saturation, steel pole pieces between the magnets, within the gap and this is over a very small region in the center of the gap.
Paul Noel
Paul Noel 4 months ago
+Tech Ingredients OK let's get down to brass tacks here. You could get up to 7000 - 8000 Gauss in the gap instead of about 1000. The field would be as you desire
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 4 months ago
I'm not sure how this would work better than the rectangular blocks. We need a homogeneous, rectangular magnetic field in the gap.
Örebro Klättergym
Örebro Klättergym 4 months ago
I think this channel would grow alot if you edit the videos a bit harder as in cutting repetative silent (no talking) parts.
EnergyxPower
EnergyxPower 4 months ago
Nice work - I've had some very close calls with neodymium magnets - powerful stuff
Dillon Mech
Dillon Mech 4 months ago
Ok i grip it. So what if you had, say a really excitable magnet that could repel or better yet interact in a variable way with the earths magnetic field. Say there was a way to meter it. So you could be redefine the strength and direction (control) the directions of said magnet (super conductors, ect.) UFOs?
Dillon Mech
Dillon Mech 4 months ago
be nice:)
Ed
Ed 5 months ago
There he goes again. Talking about how promiscuous the magnetic fields are, and how they could care less on whos south poles they jump on. This guy had to have been a professor or something. Always looking for that young lady willing to do fun and exciting projects to get some extra credits. Obviously he is quite ready with the lube for inserting the rod and showing how to tickle the balls magnetically. LOL Anyhow. All foolishness aside. The guy makes some very informative videos. Thumbs up for you sir.
Manuel Alejandro
Manuel Alejandro 5 months ago
I know if you drop a magnet into a copper pipe it slows it down, would this "thing" have same effect on a copper ball?
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 5 months ago
Yes. I could "feel" the syrupy resistance when I slid the aluminum guide bars out after the magnets were installed; for the same reason.
Sebastian
Sebastian 5 months ago
Their promiscuous XD Magnets are promiscuous lol Ive never seen this guy nervous, even when zipping through ban saw cuts, engines, gasses etc... NOW he's nervous... :0
bud malone
bud malone 5 months ago
you were the science teacher we all should have had
kevin ireland
kevin ireland 5 months ago
may be easier to grease themagnets
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 5 months ago
Oh boy, no! The step where I approach the yoke with the magnet in hand is where I need as much friction as possible, less the slippery thing takes off.
tripjet999
tripjet999 5 months ago
Poles? Must we always bring "race" into everything?
ecko mecko
ecko mecko 5 months ago
This channel is amazing. It's like being in a lab with you and doing some real science, many thanks for sharing.
Tech Ingredients
Tech Ingredients 5 months ago
You're welcome.
Daniel Carneiro
Daniel Carneiro 5 months ago
Excellent, thank you.
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