Most pleasing to the obsessive-compulsives among us on account of their straight edges and straight lines, cubical magnets must be handled more carefully when compared to other shapes of magnet offered, as their sharp edges have a tendency to chip.
Most often used when the thickness and strength of a rod or disc magnet is needed, but where round edges would mean decreased exposure to a magnetic field or when rolling is unwanted. When arranged as a set of 27, these magnets look pleasingly like a 3D Combination puzzle that rhymes with Cubick’s Rube.
|Additional Cubical Magnet Data|
|Weight (grams)g||Pull Force (Newtons)N||Surface Field (Gauss)Gs|
|Dimensions||2 Plates||1 Plate||Magnet to MagnetM. to M.||Repulsive ForceRep. Force|