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magnets
Posted:
Aug 9, 2013 11:58 AM


First I tried to have conventional magnets and washers in some other places in my solids, but soon I realized it did not work enough to my satisfaction.
Because the neodymium magnets are ceramic they can be of ANY shape, so I approached my supplier to make me 1/2 discs so if I can place these 1/2 discs in to a cavity where the surface of this cavity now holds two 1/2 one 1/2 is N the other S by placing a lid and make the cavity somewhat larger so the magnets can freely rotate in they cavity than by placing a infinite number of polyhedra the magnets will ALWAYS aligned so N meets S, well my supplier knowing my problem where he seen my cube modules, he said he can make them without cutting them in to 1/2 so he made a disc they called bipolar and this was the solution. There are other ways to solve this problem but I really have to go. I will get to synergetics later, even though it does not matter to me because I have my tetra. solids and a calculator, that tells me synergetics has wrong orders, relative magnitude of solids, wrong frequencies and have tons of videos showing they errors. They mathematics is CORRECT they premise is wrong frank



