How to Make a Rare Earth Magnet Jewelry Easily

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Introduction: How to Make a Rare Earth Magnet Jewelry Easily

Rare earth neodymium magnet is the newest generation and the most powerful magnet so far, there are lots of uses of it, here I present on how to make a fancy jewelry with these magnets.

Step 1: Get 1/4 Diameter or 3/8" Diameter Magnetic Spheres

step 1,
Purchase some gold coated magnet spheres from one of the rare earth magnet stores, one of them I use is Applied Magnets.

Step 2: Measure the Wrist

measure your wrist length, 1/4" or or 3/8" magnet spheres looks very good.

Step 3: Customize the Length of Magnets to Use

connect all the sphere together and tailor the length to fit your wrist.

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    37 Discussions

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    Kiteman
    Kiteman

    12 years ago on Introduction

    It does look good, but it's not much of a new idea - this is how many of the smaller neodymium magnets are sold on ebay (as bracelets). My biggest concern is what happens to things around me - my keys, phone and wallet all live in pockets near wrist height; am I going to stick to my keys, wipe my credit cards and wreck my phone just by walking along with my arms at my sides?

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    NobodyInParticular
    NobodyInParticular

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    If magnets form a magnetic circuit, their field remains well-contained.

    I keep a good-sized N50 attached to my keychain and not shielded at all. Just to be on the safe side, my keys go in a different pocket than my wallet and I don't set them down within a few inches of each other. My cards have been just fine so far. (I have not experimented with this, but the MythBusters found credit cards surprisingly difficult to erase.)

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    notmyfault
    notmyfault

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Please be very careful with these magnets and credit cards. I was using a rare earth magnet from a hard drive and accidently left it on the seat of my truck. Credit cards in my rear pocket WERE erased.

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    Kiteman
    Kiteman

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I'd prefer not to risk it - maybe it's just me, but my cards fail on a fairly regular basis.

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    hc92
    hc92

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Wow, 1830 posts, it would seem that you really don't have much of a life. And your grammar still sucks btw

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    Lftndbt
    Lftndbt

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Very interesting.. Perhaps you don't have much interest in the potential of magnets to change flows of energy. I'll leave you with the thought that straping high powered Earth magnets to your wrists may alter the way your body works. I would be watching for signs like "not feeling the best" for an extended period of time whilst wearing.. Just to be on the safe side. By the way, they look very nice. :)

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    bleachworthy
    bleachworthy

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Next thing we know you'll be telling us that Neodymium causes cancer, right?

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    Lftndbt
    Lftndbt

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    No the next thing i'll tell you is, everything around you causes cancer in some way.... WoW!! did he really say that? cancer you say, everything you say?!

    Your comment has nothing to do with what I said. Have you ever used magnets for therapy before? Or are you just trying to get a responce from me..?

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    itsthatsguy
    itsthatsguy

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Yea almost everything causes cancer and the reson to be carful is the fact that these can be EXTREMELY powerful magnets and they can pull iron from your bloobstream and cause clotting, like he said just be carefull, small ones shouldn't do much but they can cause damage.

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    NobodyInParticular
    NobodyInParticular

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Iron in your blood is not the slightest bit magnetic. (Unless you have hemochromatosis, in which case, jewelry is the least of your problems.)

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    omnibot
    omnibot

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Ahem .. iron is always ferric weather in the bloodstream or not. In fact I believe this is currently in some reasearch to see if magnets placed on the body will improve healing through increased bloodflow.

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    NobodyInParticular
    NobodyInParticular

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    No, iron has a number of oxidation states. Two of the more common are ferric iron (Fe+3) and ferrous iron (Fe+2). Metallic iron (Fe) is the form that exhibits ferromagnetism.

    Hemoglobin has been experimentally determined to exhibit diamagnetism. Like water and other components of your cells, it cannot be magnetized, has no north or south orientation, and is very weakly repelled by a strong magnet.

    As far as studies, they seem to be mainly with extremely strong MRI magnets and do not show any effect. For example, this one used a 94,000 gauss field. The only studies I see that show a possible effect on blood flow are ones that demonstrate decreased flow in capillaries.

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    omnibot
    omnibot

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I stand corrected. Good work on the research, I do so love good linking.

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    itsthatsguy
    itsthatsguy

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    by EXTREMELY powerful magnets, i mean a magnet thats has a pull force off 1000+ pounds

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    Junk_Wizard
    Junk_Wizard

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Neodymium may cause cancer... but the magnetic field keeps it at bay! I have studied this NONE of my life and have NO proof. MUHAHAHAHAH

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    Kiteman
    Kiteman

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    You may be interested to know that research published a couple of years ago in the British Medical Journal showed that magnetic therapies only work if you expect them to. That is, the effect is a total placebo, with no actual medicinal effects, either positive or negative.

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    Lftndbt
    Lftndbt

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Yes in general I would agree.
    Yet many people do believe in the effects. As you would know, the human brain is a very complex. You can will yourself to become unwell aswell as a bit of positive thinking can improve your overall being. Humans are fical creatures, I was merely pointing out that some people could be effected.

    On the topic of placebo's, that term has been coined to explain the effects of something europeans can't verbalise correctly. History tells us that in many other cultures placebo's are perseaved differently and instead of being the outlining instances that disprove a theory, they are looked apon as examples of benefits in non medicinal practises.
    Perhaps we could understand why we become sick unexplainably if we could understand why we can will ourselves to become better.