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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-16-2018, 05:01 PM Thread Starter
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Pretty interesting:
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Very interesting.
I was trying to work out the other day if I could use magnets to attach a table top with enough force to hold it in place for everyday use, but removal for moving.

I have a few earth-magnets from old hard drives. They have a bit of power, but I wasn't sure I could trust them to be strong enough. But I plan on investigating further.
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That is very cool!
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That was very interesting. The world as we know it could not survive without magnets.
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It has been around for a couple of years. Google the company now Home - Correlated Magnetics
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