Neodymium magnet in copper pipe

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Fun with fidget spinners and super strong magnets!
In this video I muck around with some cool fidget spinners and super strong (but small) neodymium magnets! I show off the fidget spinners, and their variety of colours. You can use the magnets to build your own custom big fidget spinner. I've linked below some super strong magnets (even some big ones, be careful!) But now I've got a whole series of fidget spinners as this video was quite successful, so check them out :) They include some with lasers, LEDs and other great stuff. Fidget Spinner: Magnets: Tungsten weight block: Large Cube magnet: (Affiliate links) Watch this space, because soon i'll be releasing a video about how to measure the speed of a fidget spinner! Music: Contact me here: ============= My setup: (Affiliate links) Microphone: Camera: Video editing software: Monitor: Streaming software: ============= Want to chat on Facebook? Like my page:

Playing with 1000 mini magnetic balls! (Fun with 1000 cube buckyballs)
Magnetic videos are my favourite, especially about magnetic balls. These little balls, also known as neoballs, buckyballs, zen magnets or magnetic spheres, are better than any sort of fidget toy out there. These particular ones came in packs of 216, but I wanted to make a mega cube of 1000, so I had to buy 5! These are some surprisingly super strong neodymium magnet cubes, and I’m sure if you pick some up, you’ll be surprised by just how strong they really are! You can make all kinds of shapes with these magnetic balls, including cubes, spheres, other balls and cool geometric patterns. In this video, I demonstrate how these buckyballs can be put together to make a cool 1000-piece cube. I also muck around with them too ;) I wanted to get the coloured versions of the magnet balls just because they look nice in photos and are colourful. Get the magnetic balls here: Get the large cube magnet here: (Affiliate links) WARNING: These magnets can be dangerous if ingested! Please keep them away from young children! More pretty photos and info on my website: Contact me here:

sphere spins, but in wrong plane; around wrong axis
Magnetic sphere is N38, diameter 1" (26 mm). Coil is a basic vortex coil, 120 notches; stepping 41, aready energized with 180° phase-shifted square wave signals @ ca. 13 Hz at start of video. Powered by a 12 V car battery, with a 21 W car light bulb as load in each circuit. Signal generation by sqare wave generator, 50% duty cycle. I use a DDS20 digital square wave generator which I bought from 1&bereich=&marke= Signal B is produced by a NOR-gate, so that it should be exactly in phase opposition to signal A, that is to say while A is ON, B is OFF and vice versa. With my signal generator I can only change the frequency. No alteration of duty cycle, phase shifting or other fancy stuff. The sphere spins with good torque, i.e. there is a lot of friction between the sphere and the white stone slab, which lies under the coil. More on in forum thread "Marko Rodin"