I recently asked a customer what he wanted to do with his magnets.
"Just have them!", was his honest answer. :-)
Adhesive force in relation to the air gap between magnet and steel plate.
It looks totally harmless just laying there... THE DEATH MAGNET... ready for an experiment.
The metal plate is sanded smooth so that the magnet will hold optimally.
The magnet on a steel plate.
The surface of the crossbeam is sanded smooth so that the magnet can hold even better.
Ideally equipped for the handling of large super magnets: protective glasses and gloves!
It's just about to go "Klonk!!!"
Carpenter Beat hanging from a crossbeam, held up only by a "DEATH MAGNET".
We're a little bit crazy...
and we know it...
One moment of not paying attention ... and "whack!"
It could have been much worse, though! Now I've learned my lesson...
Customer Christian Hoffmann celebrated last Christmas with a magnet tree: "Here are a few photos with a Q-51-51-25-N and 55 K-06-C that are appropriate for the season. ;-)"