How to use your magnets
Magnets can be used in various ways.
Here are several ways of using magnets introduced by our customers.
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The world's strongest neodymium magnets are a must-have when you make electricity with an aero generator.
The generator that I make is what is called an 'Air gap generator', which has a very simple construction where magnets face each other on a coil to produce electricity.
To make an air gap generator, I placed 16 neodymium magnets (φ15mmX5mm) on a rotor board (an iron board, on which you place your magnets), made another board with the same layout, using a total of 36 neodymium magnets.
It reached 250w on the bench test (1,500rpm)! With the complete aero generator, it reached over 120w of electricity with the natural wind.
This was my fourth handmade aero generator, and I think there is a lot more to come.
Vehicles / Neodymium tune intended to improve fuel efficiency
Although it has never been scientifically proven, this tuning with neodymium magnets improves the torque and fuel efficiency.
My friends on the internet were surprised and reported the same effects on their cars.
However, I had no clue it was that popular until I started receiving many orders. I recommend everyone at Magnet Japan to use 'Neodymium Tune'.
My use of neodymium magnets has changed, and now I'm using round type magnets.
I stopped applying it on the negative terminal of a car battery as it apparently shortened the life of a car battery.
Now I apply the S pole on bolts on the other side of a ground cable that connects to the negative terminal of a car battery, bolts on the body side of a ground cable that connects an engine to a body, and bolts on the body side of a muffler ground that is to be newly placed on the exit of an intermediate muffler.
This improves the fuel efficiency and overall driving feel. It is important to have counter-plans for the noise created by a ground cable that is thicker than the original. I used to use ferrite core magnets to prevent noise, but now I've been using magnetic sheets. I wrap three rounds so that the belt of both the S pole and N pole lies horizontally on the copper core. This takes care of the noise and improves the electrical current. (I am guessing that this might possibly be related to Fleming's right-hand rule.)
I have uploaded those ideas on the internet, and I think that many people would be interested in the effects of Neodymium Tune if it gets introduced on the Magfine website. It is my intention to be helpful and cooperative, and I hope many people would find this idea interesting. I think this ultimate eco-friendly tuning can contribute to CO2 reduction.
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Negative terminal on a car battery
I fixed and improved the neodymium tune for the negative terminal on a car battery.
I received a message that reported that it left iron sand on the negative terminal, causing an electricity loss and trouble when starting up the self-starter.
There were two reports of a battery going flat on a Kei car. I fixed the neodymium tune for absolute safety.
I thinned out the neodymium magnetic ball (15mmΦ) on the battery, and placed a neodymium magnetic pole (16mmΦ, height 16mm) on the bright chromate bolt on the new terminal.
Plastic models / figures
Adjustable joints / positioning stability
I make figures and have always used neodymium magnets to put on the sole of a figure to place it on a metal rack.
I made a figure with adjustable parts using round steel bars and neodymium magnets. The one in the picture is a comparison of the figure
I put neodymium magnets in the silicone mold, place steel balls and magnets in the mold, and pour resin in to make a figure with magnets inside.
Despite the small size, neodymium magnets have high magnetism, which makes them extremely useful to put on small figures.
I appreciate the wide variation of sizes. I will definitely purchase magnets for the my next figure.