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#62 - yowhatsup
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(05/18/2013) [-]
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#105 to #62 - nsali
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(05/18/2013) [-]
induction, awesome, but how did you get it to float
#69 to #62 - twi
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(05/18/2013) [-]
sauce?
#91 to #69 - wtfomgftw ONLINE
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(05/18/2013) [-]
http://www.koreus.com/video/cylindre-aluminium-electroaimant.html
http://www.koreus.com/video/cylindre-aluminium-electroaimant.html
#82 to #69 - redstag
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(05/18/2013) [-]
Seriously though I have never been able to find out whats goin on here.
#106 to #82 - nsali
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(05/18/2013) [-]
inductiion heating...i dont know how its floating thou
#83 to #82 - twi
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(05/18/2013) [-]
whatever it is looks ******* cool
#88 to #83 - minecraftlamer
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(05/18/2013) [-]
not sure but the electromagnetic field created by the copper spiral makes the metal spin around so fast it melts?


on second tought that seems abit too farfetched
#132 to #88 - blablub
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(05/18/2013) [-]
Well, close. The electromagnetic field moves the electrones in the copper, heating it up pretty fast.
Induction heation is also used to temper metals. You can get the metal to more than 1200°C in a few seconds. Pretty neat.