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VersaDrive reamers can also be used with cordless drills and magnet drills or pillar drills so for applications requiring holes up to 26mm diameter in materials up to 20mm thick VersaDrive reamers are still perfect for the task. Reamers used in a magnet drill can only self centre with the magnet turned off so the drill can move to the correct position.

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In addition, some of the magnetic field lines ( B L) will take 'short cuts' and not pass through the entire core circuit, and thus will not contribute to the force exerted by the magnet. To concentrate the magnetic field, in an electromagnet the wire is wound into a coil with many turns of wire lying side by side.The wire turns are often wound around a magnetic core made from a ferromagnetic or ferrimagnetic material such as iron; the magnetic core concentrates the magnetic flux and makes a more powerful magnet. If you turn off the electric current, the magnetic field will disappear and the magnetism will stop. In this situation the hole can be reamed out with a slow speed Magnet Drill with an ImpactaMag or VersaDrive reamer.

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You can see that even though it isn't touching the magnet, the paperclip is still attracted to it, keeping the paperclip in the air. Featuring a specially designed 6 flute cutting geometry and Titanium coating, VersaDrive™ Reamers are fully Impact rated and perform fastest when used with an Impact wrench providing ultimate cutting performance with virtually no powertool kickback. Argument from authority (which is not ALWAYS fallacious) is that many examples are found of M--M and I-M-Backingplate but few of I-M-I as you propose. Before the current in the electromagnet is turned on, the domains in the soft iron core point in random directions, so their tiny magnetic fields cancel each other out, and the iron has no large-scale magnetic field. When fitting an ImpactaMag reamer to a magnet drill simply insert into the arbor and tighten grub screws.

First, because the strength of the field varies from point to point in a complicated way, particularly outside the core and in air gaps, where fringing fields and leakage flux must be considered. You can see that while the flux has ABOUT halved from near maagnet face to this point, it falls much faster beyond here. All magnets are surrounded by an invisible magnetic field and any magnetic material, like this paper clip, that is in the field will experience a magnetic force. For typical magnet dimensions in typical small alternators (Watts to hundreds of Watts and maybe more, the very high flux area near the magnet pole face usually lies well inside the airgap and you don't get to make use of it.

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Both the leakage flux and the fringing fields get larger as the gaps are increased, reducing the force exerted by the magnet. So the maximum strength of the magnetic field possible from an iron core electromagnet is limited to around 1. The main advantage of an electromagnet over a permanent magnet is that the magnetic field can be quickly changed by controlling the amount of electric current in the winding.However, Sturgeon's magnets were weak because the uninsulated wire he used could only be wrapped in a single spaced out layer around the core, limiting the number of turns. Whatever the reason for enlarging a hole though, it has traditionally been difficult to do accurately on site and away from static, precision milling and drilling machines, especially in hard materials such as steel. Have a look through the slide show to find out more about using plotting compasses to show the shape of a magnetic field.

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any air gaps between sections of core material are not large compared with the cross sectional dimensions of the core. The correct tool for the job will depend on the drive tool you are able to use, the size of the final hole required and the material you are reaming.When using a Holemaker Technology VersaDrive reamer in an Impact wrench, magnet drill or SDS drill choose the correct adapter, fit to the drive tool and insert the reamer. Danish scientist Hans Christian Ørsted discovered in 1820 that electric currents create magnetic fields. When used in an Impact wrench it is secured into a special adapter meaning the tool is easier to control, apply correct feed rate, and withdraw from the finished hole, enhancing tool life.

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