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4Jul/140

Happy with my Neodymium magnets ordered from SuperMagnete

Posted by mariusvw

The first thing I want to point out is the safety pages for Neodymium magnets and Ferrite magnets.

» Safety warnings for Neodymium Magnets (Neodymium in PDF)
» Safety warnings for Ferrite Magnets (Ferrite in PDF)

Why do I share this information first? Because you can seriously injure or even kill your self (or others) with magnets.

:: Q-40-20-10-N - Block magnet 40 x 20 x 10 mm (Neodymium, N42, nickel-plated)

  • Article ID: Q-40-20-10-N
  • Material: NdFeB
  • Shape: Block
  • Size: 40 x 20 x 10 mm
  • Tolerance: +/- 0,1 mm
  • Coating: Nickel-plated (Ni-Cu-Ni)
  • Magnetisation: N42
  • Strength: approx. 25 kg
  • Max. working temperature: 80°C
  • Weight: 61 g

Visit product page of the Q-40-20-10-N magnet for more info or ordering.

:: Q-46-30-10-N - Block magnet 46 x 30 x 10 mm (Neodymium, N40, nickel-plated)

  • Article ID: Q-46-30-10-N
  • Material: NdFeB
  • Shape: Block
  • Size: 46 x 30 x 10 mm
  • Tolerance: +/- 0,1 mm
  • Coating: Nickel-plated (Ni-Cu-Ni)
  • Magnetisation: N40
  • Strength: approx. 29 kg
  • Max. working temperature: 80°C
  • Weight: 100 g

Visit product page of the Q-46-30-10-N magnet for more info or ordering.

:: Q-50-15-15-N Block magnet 50 x 15 x 15 mm (Neodymium, N48, nickel-plated)

  • Article ID: Q-50-15-15-N
  • Material: NdFeB
  • Shape: Block
  • Size: 50 x 15 x 15 mm
  • Tolerance: +/- 0,1 mm
  • Coating: Nickel-plated (Ni-Cu-Ni)
  • Magnetisation: N48
  • Strength: approx. 33 kg
  • Max. working temperature: 80°C
  • Weight: 86 g

Visit product page of the Q-50-15-15-N magnet for more info or ordering.

4Jul/140

Almost weekend, so lets put on some loud music

Posted by mariusvw

We all like to play music loud right? ;-)

Loud Music

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29Jun/140

Weber Chimney Starter upgrade Revision 2

Posted by mariusvw

Ok, so our Briquette Chimney Starter upgrade works as you can see in my first revision...

But when it gets hot it is hard to get it off the original Weber Chimney Starter...

I added a handle to be able to take it off easily without burning your hands.

Here you can see it in action ;-)

You can see it burn here :-)

Previous: Revision 1

25Jun/140

Weber Chimney Starter upgrade Revision 1

Posted by mariusvw

I have been using Briquette Chimney Starters for a long time but never found one starting fast...

This is why I came up with an concept to modify the Chimney Starter with a longer exhaust chimney ;-)

Some pictures of the chimney the first time in use.

Followup: Revision 2

11Feb/140

Tipsy sleeping on my arm

Posted by mariusvw

He had a hard day playing ;-)

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