Kewl! A Ne2Fe14B Dorayaki!

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Kewl! A Ne2Fe14B Dorayaki!

6" x 2" Disc - Neodymium Rare Earth Magnet, Grade N48

A friend of mine told me he wanted some “big” magnet. I've found this… 

If I remember correctly, for a slightly smaller rectangular one a “Remove all metal objects within a 5 foot radius before unpacking” warning was stated. 

Can't find a review of it on HKJ's webpage, so I was wondering. 

Group buy? 

Smile

 

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Ooh, gimme!

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Only $17.00 US shipping to Australia. I wonder if would attract any other packages on the way here? Smile

 

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MRsDNF wrote:
Only $17.00 US shipping to Australia. I wonder if would attract any other packages on the way here? Smile

lol
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wow.. how do they ship that without causing chaos with the other packages, the shipping truck, shippers, and the planet?

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DUDE watch out with a Neodymium that size!
That is a handcrusher!

Honestly be very careful arround that giant!

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MRsDNF wrote:
Only $17.00 US shipping to Australia. I wonder if would attract any other packages on the way here? Smile

Hahaha yeah that’s the idea
Order this and see what else reaches you Wink
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What would you use a thing of that power and size for? enlighten me please… Question

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K&J’s can’t even calculate the pull strenght on that beast.

Out of Range Error!

Diameter is too large.

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I heard that this magnets are used to stop electricity meter calculation Big Smile

Does anyone know how much strength and size is sufficient to do this ?

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vidramon, check the customer reviews for this unit: N50 Strong Block Cuboid Rare Earth Neodymium Magnets 45x45x20mm

The unit is reported to slow down/stop water meters. ANTONIO claims “it doesn't completely stops the (water) meter's needle but I believe it is best for it to be this way”. I also agree, lol. 

 

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P.S.: the OP's Dorayaki is about 6'86Kg/15'12lb if we consider Ne2Fe14B density to be ≈7'4g/cm³. 

P.S.2: I also wonder what kind of package size and box warnings the lads at APEX Magnets are supposed to arrange for that stuff.

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I see that there is many mark of this magnets I suppose that the higher the number is that magnets are stronger, so this N50 is OK.

One more question, it is important to be in one part or it can be in more parts like this one :

Because this little one is much more cheaper, so put a lot of this small cheaper will do a work or not ? Evil

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OMG!!! LMFAO! be very careful with magnets…!!!

Check out this recent story… Facepalm Crazy

https://www.rt.com/viral/361962-testicle-clamp-magnet-video/

“A man in Guangdong province, southern China had to be rescued by a team of firefighters and medics after accidentally clamping powerful magnets onto his genitals, crushing his scrotum.
According to Southern Metropolis Daily the 45-year-old was attempting to apply magnetic therapy for a prostate issue when the powerful magnets accidentally locked together, effectively sandwiching his genitals…”

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sounds like a game of thrones language

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Mmm, looks like I've found a sort of instructive video on this matter:

Enjoy!!! LOL

 

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Sorry, but no thanks… I like my fingers too much. Oops


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vidramon wrote:
I heard that this magnets are used to stop electricity meter calculation Big Smile

Does anyone know how much strength and size is sufficient to do this ?

Very interesting!

I would also like to know this… Smile

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I’m not sure how much it would affect digital meters, but I’m sure it would affect the older styles with the dials. It would be interesting to see this tested.

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As far as I know this is not working on digital meters only on analog.

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With 1175 pounds of pull strength, how in the world would they ship it?

It’d take the entire scrawny UPS team to drag it out of the truck!