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how to make an impulse magnet without removing the rest assembly

how to make an impulse magnet without removing the rest assembly

how to make an impulse magnet without removing the rest assembly

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We are going to recharge a AlNiCo magnet while keeping the structure in the same style and not removing the magnets and wound wires from the housing. We supposed that for recharging the magnets in their housing type we shall connect those wire around of magnet while they are plugged to a device like to the ports + -.

I want to know whether there are any device which can recharge our magnets as we desire?

RE: how to make an impulse magnet without removing the rest assembly

(OP)
MagMike, many thanks for your great hand.
I got in touch with Magnet Physik, hope to get a solution.

RE: how to make an impulse magnet without removing the rest assembly

This is not AlNiCo 8, right? Assembly made up of AlNiCo 5-6 often needs to be re-magnetized periodically after serving. Magnet manufacturers often keep the magnetizing fixtures and have various magnetizers to help their customers. Unless you have lots of assemblies, why bother buying a magnetizer yourself?

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