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Joe shows us how to make a strong electromagnet with a horseshoe.
What’s Going On:
When electricity moves through a wire, it creates a magnetic field. We wrapped the horseshoe in many loops of wire, each loop roughly parallel to the next one. When the electricity is turned on, this creates a strong magnetic field along the horseshoe. The magnetic field can magnetize the steel bolts and pick them up.
A low voltage, high current power supply (we used a 12V/12A car battery charger)
A horseshoe or other iron object
Momentary switch, wires, and soldering supplies
Hot glue or clear adhesive (optional)
How To Build:
Wrap the horseshoe with the magnet wire, making sure to always wrap in the same direction. Use the hot glue to keep the wires in place.
Strip off the clear enamel coating from the magnet wire using sandpaper or the soldering iron. Using insulated wires, connect one end of the magnet wire to the power supply. Connect the other end through the momentary switch to the power supply.
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Many thanks to all who helped make this happen, including (but not limited to!):
… and everyone else who sent me footage. Sorry I couldn’t use it all!
Finally, a massive thank you as always to CMDR ElectricZ and Bucky, who organise the Buckyball Runs, as well as being highly reliable eye-witnesses whenever the Back of Zaonce come asking questions.
P.S. To anyone wondering why I didn’t use the original version of TNT… Originally I did, but apparently AC/DC don’t license their music for use on YouTube.