You may think that Cube Neodymium magnets are very small. Each magnet is strong enough to draw one kg of iron. But it should be remembered that they are fragile.
Cube magnets may seem difficult to retain, but if you know the trick, it’s extremely easy to retain cube magnets. The trick is that the + and – poles of the magnets are juxtaposed. If you try to bring the + and + or – and – poles together, it will be inevitable to encounter a high level of driving force. Almost everyone remembers the sentence that we saw in our school years, the same poles repel each other, opposite poles attract each other.
How Can We Arrange Cube Magnets Suitable for Magnetic Lifting?
Visualize a checkerboard in your eyes. You can arrange the cube magnets in checkerboard form to achieve buoyancy. You don’t need any equipment to place cube magnets. You can arrange the magnets you want one by one with your hand.
Using an iron plate as a subfloor may be easier for you to arrange. The iron plate reduces the acceleration you will encounter so you can arrange the cube magnets much more easily.
You can use the marking way to identify the poles of the magnets. You can put a small spot on the polar surface and easily separate the surfaces from each other. You should put the pole surface on the iron plate. This way you can get a solid checkerboard form.
If you place a pyrolytic graphite plate on the floor in the form of checkerboards, consisting of cube magnets after finishing, you can easily see that the plate is pushed upwards.
You can also make this application to have a pleasant time with your children. However, when working with cube Neodymium magnets, we advise you to work very carefully to avoid causing an accident. We recommend that you do not allow them to string Neodymium magnets alone, especially if you want to do such practice with children or young people.
Neodymium magnets can easily cause an accident due to their power. If a study involving children is planned, the use of children with magnets must be checked by a large person. Unknowingly, the same poles can be held against each other and a pushing force that is so large that a child can be damaged can be encountered. Or, again, unconsciously opposite poles can be brought up and a pulling force that is too large for a child to control can be created.