Some mesmerizing arrangements can be achieved with a few of these ring magnets and a wooden dowel, or even a pencil in a pinch. If a copper pipe is threaded through several of the magnets with poles opposing one-another, they will support each other, while slowly sliding down the pipe. They can also be sandwiched between two washers threaded with a ziptie to secure a magnet to a workstation or tool.
It should be noted that the ring shape of these magnets makes them particularly vulnerable to cracking upon impact with other magnets or with ferromagnetic materials (most likely steel).
|Additional Ring 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|