Manufacturer of Magnetic name badges for Marseille Factory

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Customized  any size 15 years experience Quality & Reputation concerned Coating : NiCuNi  , Zn , NiCuNi+Sn ,NiCuNi+Cr ,NiCuNi+ Au By air  ( magnet power  shelding package ); By sea ( plastic sack  package )

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Customized  any size

15 years experience

Quality & Reputation concerned

Coating : NiCuNi  , Zn , NiCuNi+Sn ,NiCuNi+Cr ,NiCuNi+ Au

By air  ( magnet power  shelding package ); By sea ( plastic sack  package )

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  • I was at the river last year and had some high powered magnets. I noticed they picked up a lot of black sand, or iron sand. So I spent a few hours picking it up and shaking off the regular sand, than putting it in bags. It makes for some fun projects, and I found tht if you sandwich it between two pieces of glass it makes an etcha sketch kind of table. My ultimate goal is to eventually make a high-end coffee table using this formula.
    We are all kids at heart; I love magnets, lasers, and fire. What can I say? :)



    Here is a little engine that demonstrates a magnetic property known as the Curie Effect.

    Normal magnets and also materials which are attracted to magnets (such as iron and nickel) are referred to as ferro-magnetic. The French scientist Pierre Curie discovered that ferro-magnetic materials have a critical temperature, at which they lose their ferro-magnetic behaviour. For example if you heat a piece of iron to 770 degrees Centigrade, which is its Curie Point, the piece of iron loses its ferro-magnetism and is no longer attracted to a magnet. However once the piece of iron cools down to below the Curie Point, it regains its ferro-magnetic behaviour.

    This little heat engine uses the Curie Effect. A small piece of aluminium wire is suspended from a brass bolt – neither of these two metals are ferro-magnetic. However at the end of the aluminium wire is a little loop of nickel alloy wire, which is ferro-magnetic, and which has a very low Curie Point.

    Normally the loop of nickel alloy is attracted by the strong neodymium magnet, which is placed at one side. So the default position of the aluminium wire is at an angle of about 45 degrees, attracted by the neodymium magnet, although the wire is not long enough for the loop of nickel alloy to actually make contact with the magnet.

    However when you then light the candle, the little motor comes to life. While the loop of nickel alloy is pulled towards the magnet, it will be in the flame from the candle, and will be heated. Once the loop of wire reaches the Curie Point, it loses its ferro-magnetic properties, in other words it is no longer attracted to the neodymium magnet, and the wire now reverts to hanging straight down.

    The loop of nickel alloy is now out of the candle flame, and starts to cool down. As soon as it falls below the Curie Point, it regains its ferro-magnetic properties, and is then attracted to the magnet again. However now the nickel alloy wire is back in the flame and starts to heat up again, and the whole process starts all over again!

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