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BowtieGuy

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Your 1st post, and you're trying to circumvent the BST rules, good start!

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diachi

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I got some magnets for sale.. Im strapped for cash.. it wont let me post in the wts thread.. help me out

hers my link

hamulicz23 | eBay

So ... circumventing B/S/T rules, by posting a sale in a thread that's completely unrelated to your sale. Not even an introduction?

Doesn't give me much confidence as a potential buyer...

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CurtisOliver

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Wow, did any of you actually check out what he was selling?
If you did, then I wouldn't trust him as a seller at all. :p

Large Neodymium magnets N48 3 inchx1.5 inch very Strong 630 Lbs force Free shipp

He has accidentally stuck two 285kg magnets together. He has clearly tried and struggled to separate them, damaging the magnets in the process. And now he is expecting people to buy them and separate them themselves with a wooden contraption.

Things like this just make me want to laugh! :crackup:



2x 285kg pull magnets with a total combined attraction of 570kg would have a slide resistance of at least 114kg. There is no way you are separating them without damaging the magnets further.

Oh, and how do you think he is going to ship these magnets? :whistle:

How he didn't hurt himself in the process I don't know. You can see that he tried adding a wooden spacer and the magnets have crushed it unsurprisingly.
 
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diachi

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I noticed that too Curtis, although I had a hard time telling if those were in fact chips on the magnets or something sandwiched between them, some sort of plastic perhaps. "Like new" didn't seem accurate!

Never even considered how you'd ship these... In the middle of a big box? :D
 

CurtisOliver

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It looks to me to be damage to the protective plating on the magnets. Shifting over 100kg would be a challenge with basic tools. :D
Ha, like new. :crackup: I laughed at that. Yes they came stuck together with wood sandwiched in between them and damage to the sides. :thinking:
Probably would have to shipped in a big box. I think they have to have special handling requirements as well.
 
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Go back and look at the thread content. Read the responses.
Necroposting is STRONGLY discouraged on the form.
 

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There is a way to separate them. Discharge them. Then recharge them.
 

WizardG

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There is a way to separate them. Discharge them. Then recharge them.
Considering how low the curie temperature is for NIB magnets that's probably the best solution. Put 'em in an oven set for 250 or 300 for an hour or so and they should fall apart.
 




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