More fun with seperating and joining magnets through a ferrocell



Lexan Ferrocell

Lexan Ferrocell

This video demonstrates how Lexan poly-carbonate can be used to make a ferrocell. I used two sheets of 1/2 inch thick Lexan with wD-40 and some ferrofluid, as in my previous experiments. The...


Magnets & Ferrocell

Magnets & Ferrocell

This is a videos of a Ferrocell and Magnet. Ferrocells are glass or plastic with ferrofluid in between. The light patterns show the shape of the magnetic field, or something like that. The...




My First Ferro-cell Video

My First Ferro-cell Video

This video shows the effect that a magnet has on a device called a ferrocell. A ferrocell is made by sandwiching some ferrofluid between two pieces of glass. Penetrating oil is used as a medium...



solid ferrocell

solid ferrocell

I can't remember who did this before but I thought it was cool and I wanted to try it. So here is my attempt at a black plastic ferrocell-ish thingy. It is an interesting effect visually in person.






Plastic Ferrocell Working OMG

Plastic Ferrocell Working OMG

I made a ferrocell with 1/8 thick acrylic and used Ken Wheeler mouse milk idea. AWSOME ! who needs optical flats. I'm sure they are better but holy crap acrylic works too I removed my audo...



Playing around

Playing around

I was just playing around with the magnets for fun and I like watching the ferroparticals slowly take the field and getting stronger over time.


FerroDome

FerroDome

I created the FerroDome to see a more 3d view of magnetism. Its a disappointment a simple ferrocell would show the same. Maybe next time. I did have fun though. Ferrodome Ferrocell. The mixture...


My First Home Made Ferrocell

My First Home Made Ferrocell

This is my first attempt at making my own ferrocell using two pieces of picture frame glass, some WD-40 and a small drop of ferrofluid. Considering this was my first attempt, I think it turned...







Halo ferrocell

Halo ferrocell

Trying out a ferrocell with a hole to pass a magnet through. The ferrocell totally failed and I tossed it out as the lines you see on the hole are cracks form the drill being dull and over...







This blows my mind!

This blows my mind!

It's got everything! This is a silicone based ferrocell after a couple of hours over a round magnet on edge. This is the first time I've seen a centripetal cone being developed on a ferrocell!



More fun with seperating and joining magnets through a ferrocell

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