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  • JohnW221 commented on sspence's instructable DIY 1000 watt wind turbine7 months ago
    DIY 1000 watt wind turbine

    Oh, and the prices on the info I posted were the prices of new ones where they were bought, not what I'm selling them for.

    These were originally purchased from kjmagnetics.com/This is the size details from this page that I pasted below. For some reason, they don't appear to list N-52's in this size at the moment, but that was what was gotten a few years back, and it's easy enough to tell how much they will pull.I can probably find some receipts and the boxes they were shipped in.For that matter, send me a self addressed stamped package, and I'll give you a couple of samples. Put enough postage for a pair so you can get a idea of the attraction and repulsion of these things, incredibly strong.RaviM40, being he who responded, I'd be glad to send you 4 magnets for free if you put enough postage on the package you send. You guys seem to talk funny though.Ya'll's not from 'round these parts I recun? Almost sound...see more »These were originally purchased from kjmagnetics.com/This is the size details from this page that I pasted below. For some reason, they don't appear to list N-52's in this size at the moment, but that was what was gotten a few years back, and it's easy enough to tell how much they will pull.I can probably find some receipts and the boxes they were shipped in.For that matter, send me a self addressed stamped package, and I'll give you a couple of samples. Put enough postage for a pair so you can get a idea of the attraction and repulsion of these things, incredibly strong.RaviM40, being he who responded, I'd be glad to send you 4 magnets for free if you put enough postage on the package you send. You guys seem to talk funny though.Ya'll's not from 'round these parts I recun? Almost sounds like you from the other side of that pond.Any customs is on you. If I'm giving the samples away, I need a package that I can put them in, seal, and drop in the mail. Send the empty self addressed stamped package/envelope/container to Jay and ClarePO box 5222Vallejo, Calif. 94591 let me know if and when you send for a sample, please.I will pull your empty envelope (if that will work with canceling machines and such) or package out of that PO box, drop a couple, 4, or even 6 for RaviM40 to make it worth your trouble if you are that far away and customs and such whatever, seal it and drop it in the outgoing. Try them and use them in good health! Don't smash your fingers between them!If you can tell what they are & want me to throw some more in the package, make me an offer. Or, after you test drive them, make me an offer. You will not find a better price.In fact, I'll beat the best price you can find, or just make me an offer.The weight & any other info you need to calculate shipping should all be pasted below.This offer goes for up to the first 10-20 people who might be interested. Send something I can drop a couple of them in, seal and drop it in the mail, and I will. Let me know here if and when you do, please. i.e. make sure the offer is still ongoing, before you send me an empty stamped package. This is the specs from the place they were purchased for the size, direction of magnetization, etc, but they were N-52's, not 48's as this listing is for.I guess they are out of stock or something. I've never tested them based on the pull strength, but it seems pretty straight forward, and should be able to tell their grade straight away.https://www.kjmagnetics.com/proddetail.asp?prod=D8X0&cat=199Products » Disc/Cylinder MagnetsD8X0D8X0 Dimensions: 1/2" dia. x 1" thick Tolerances: ±0.004" x ±0.004" Material: NdFeB, Grade N42 Plating/Coating: Ni-Cu-Ni (Nickel) Magnetization Direction: Axial (Poles on Flat Ends) Weight: 0.851 oz. (24.1 g) Pull Force, Case 1: 16.60 lbs Pull Force, Case 2: 16.60 lbs Surface Field: 6403 Gauss Max Operating Temp: 176ºF (80ºC) Brmax: 13,200 Gauss BHmax: 42 MGOeStrong and useful cylinder (aka rod) magnets. The D8X0 magnets are very strong, but are a great size that is easy to handle.This size is also available diametrically magnetized as part number D8X0DIA. Price: $5.83 Quantity: Add to cart Price ea. Qty$5.83 1$5.70 2-4$5.57 5-9$5.44 10-24$5.31 25-49$5.18 50-99$5.05 100-249$4.92 250-499$4.79 500-999$4.66 1000-2500For pricing at higher order quantities,please email us!Recently Viewed

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  • JohnW221 commented on sspence's instructable DIY 1000 watt wind turbine7 months ago
    DIY 1000 watt wind turbine

    I have thousands of N52 magnets I'd like to find something constructive to do with.They are 1/2" x 1" cylinders. They were about $7US dollars each when they were bought a few years ago. Prices have come down a bit since then, and these are used. Well, that depends on your definition of used. They've been sitting around inside at room temp. waiting to be used. I'm open to ideas for using them. I'll sell them outright, the more the merrier i.e. cheaper by the THOUSANDS! Or, show me you have a potentially viable plan, offer a piece of the action, and I might well stake you to it.

    Hi, CyborgGoldIf money is a concern, have I got a deal for you! If you can design your project to use these, I'll make you a better deal on however many you need than the best deal you can find anywhere else. Whatever happens, good luck on your project. And if you find someone else that wants some of these, I'll be glad to offer a sales commission.I have thousands of N52 magnets I'd like to find something constructive to do with.They are 1/2" x 1" cylinders. They were about $7US dollars each when they were bought a few years ago. Prices have come down a bit since then, and these are used. Well, that depends on your definition of used. They've been sitting around inside at room temp. waiting to be used. I'm open to ideas for using them. I'll sell them outright, the more the me...see more »Hi, CyborgGoldIf money is a concern, have I got a deal for you! If you can design your project to use these, I'll make you a better deal on however many you need than the best deal you can find anywhere else. Whatever happens, good luck on your project. And if you find someone else that wants some of these, I'll be glad to offer a sales commission.I have thousands of N52 magnets I'd like to find something constructive to do with.They are 1/2" x 1" cylinders. They were about $7US dollars each when they were bought a few years ago. Prices have come down a bit since then, and these are used. Well, that depends on your definition of used. They've been sitting around inside at room temp. waiting to be used. I'm open to ideas for using them. I'll sell them outright, the more the merrier i.e. cheaper by the THOUSANDS! Or, show me you have a potentially viable plan, offer a piece of the action, and I might well stake you to it.

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