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How to make a Permanent Magnet Piston

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Published on Oct 10, 2013

The Parts list is below and at the end of the video. This video will show you how to make a permanent magnet piston that can physically amplify an input force by a factor of 3.33 x It easily proves every single thing I say and claim. It would make a great science experiment for any science class.

PARTS LIST:

http://www.petmountain.com/show_produ...
Lee's LEES RIGID TUBING 3/16" X 3FT
Item # SPM6960490304 Model # 16005

(Must enlarge the center of this tubing with a 9/64" drill bit and glued into 7/8" magnets)


http://www.amazon.com/
Solid Brass Rod 36",1/8" (5) (I cut them in half to 18")
by K&S Engineering
ASIN: B0006MZUL6


http://www.magnets-4-less.com/
Neodymium Magnets

7/8 in x 7/8 in with 3/16 in Hole Rare Earth Ring Model#[NR012] (need 3 of these)

N48 3/4 in OD x 1/4 in ID x 3/4 in Rare Earth Ring Model#[NR011-1] (need 1 of these)

(may want to buy several in case you crack them or want to make more than 1 piston)

http://www.usplastic.com/

58061 1/8" ID x 1/4" OD x 1/16" Wall Superthane® Ether Based Tubing (glue into ¾" magnet)

44029 1" OD x 7/8" ID Acrylic Tubing ( 7/8" magnets are glued into this tubing, cut into about 10" pieces)

34104 1" Clear Rigid PVC Pipe (44029 tubing will slide in and out of this tubing easily)

44033 1 1/2" OD x 1 1/4" ID Acrylic Tubing (Must be sanded for a good fit)

44034 1 3/4" OD x 1 1/2" ID Acrylic Tubing (Must be sanded for a good fit)

44035 2" OD x 1 3/4" ID Acrylic Tubing (Must be sanded for a good fit)

45084 1/16" x 24" x 48" Gray PVC Sheet (cut about a 3" x 4" piece off for base)

Other items needed:

9/64" drill bit, Sandpaper, Grinder bit, Superglue, Hot glue for base ring.

This is made out of plastic and glue ... it is for demonstration and experimental testing purposes only. They will not last that long. Use caution when handling magnets.

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