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Tinman's Recent Claim- Discussion and Tinker
(06-16-2024, 01:41 AM)MagnaProp Wrote: Good work Jim. Do you have a tesla meter by chance? I'm curious how the strength of the field is affected near your and TinMan's removed sticky spot. Looks like they both remove it, which is awesome work by you guys. Perhaps one idea keeps the field strength more unified along the path?

no I don't have a tesla meter, I will look into it though.  But right in the sticky spot TDC, we should have no magnetic field because north and south is equal in that place. I don't know exactly how narrowly a gauss meter can detect,  I can demonstrate again tonight that a piece of metal sticking to the bolt falls off right when we cross polarities.
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No worries, just curious. Your Gauss meter should do the trick. Don't want to hold you up doing tests for me. I need to get a printer and such hopefully fairly soon.
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(06-17-2024, 01:45 AM)MagnaProp Wrote: No worries, just curious. Your Gauss meter should do the trick. Don't want to hold you up doing tests for me. I need to get a printer and such hopefully fairly soon.

Problem is my Gauss meter pickups up the static field of the permanent magnets, so getting a reading of just the bolts is not going to work.  

I am working on a slightly different angle ATM.  Something that seems extremely profound. It might need a new thread if it proves worthy because although it is related to this setup, the result and effect I am after is pretty different.  I will share if I can verify it is feasible.
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