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Old 6th January 2003, 12:32 PM   #11
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Mu-metal works just fine. You don't however just place it as a barrier and hope for the best. Mu-metal redirects lines of magnetic flux, so it will need to be oriented in such a manner that it makes a complete magnetic circuit.

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all high perm metals do the same thing. Redirect the magnetic flux. Iron steel would work just fine too
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1. How close do the magnets have to be? Some drivers have huge magnets. They have major repelling force when used back-to back.
They need to be right together. You have to push the magnet thru the repell zone and usually when the get close enuff they attract (at least a bit). Crazy glue should work to hold them together.

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