Magnets are made in the same way that ordinary tools are made – with a magnet being heated, made hot, or pulled to the centre of an object, sometimes referred to as being bent and/or flipped. Magnets are made up of either a very thin or very thick core, called the magnet core. This is made by a mixture of metals mixed together. A thick core can take many times as long to melt as a thin one. A thin magnet will melt much faster, taking a much shorter time, but can be damaged if there is air, air pockets, or moisture in the core. The magnet core is made up of a magnet’s three parts – an outer magnetic body, an inner ‘wedge’ of metal, and an insulating surface to protect the magnet from the magnet metal. Once a magnetic field has been created, it is then magnetised and held in place by other force.
How do I make a magnet?
First, make a small amount of magnet paste. This can be done by either rubbing it onto a glass surface, making a blob with your fingers, or applying it to a magnet. It goes on sticky, and sticks together to form a layer of magnet paste. Make sure your magnet paste is hot, or else it will melt.
Next, heat the glue pot on a low heat until the magnet paste has reached high temperatures. A high temp would be around 150 F. If the magnet paste was thin, it would need a few times as long to get to high temperatures before it melted. If the paste came off easy there would not be anything left when you lifted it. This is the process you need to use to ‘turn a magnet into a magnet’ (or vice versa).
Use a sharp knife to cut the paste into small pieces. This will allow you to make more of the exact size of the magnet in which you will be working. You may be tempted to heat glue the paste back onto itself again, but do not do this! It will just keep the glue on the top of the magnet.
Once the glue has melted you can use a heat gun to heat glue the magnet paste off the magnet. Be sure not to rub the magnet and the glue together to remove the adhesive. Instead, you need to use a heat gun to quickly heat up the glue until the glue melts and the magnet is made into a magnet. A heat gun is used to heat the glue from inside the magnet. When the glue melts, the
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