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Jrezky (11 hours ago)
Ok I don't yet have a 3D printer but now I have to wait even longer for a magnet version??
Brandon Ledford (13 hours ago)
This was made years ago.. Its 2019 now... Why hasn't this been developed into something wicked awesome that changes the game in certain industries ??
ElBos (1 day ago)
Garrett still wants to know how you are...
JigglyPuffMigs (1 day ago)
Kid looks like jeff from earthbound
EURE- K (2 days ago)
1:18 wtf the woman in the back looks like a friking soul eater
Apollo And Zeus (2 days ago)
Im jealous of that haircut
Gavinzebeast (3 days ago)
Noice bowl cut
abla wobila (3 days ago)
frictionless gears at last! magnetic transmission, magnetic suspension... so many possibilities!
Toby Sturgell (4 days ago)
I love this technology
Tom Booru (4 days ago)
This is what will take electric car motors and maybe even batteries to the next level.
Keinlieb (5 days ago)
This would make one heck of a door lock.
TophatBrian (5 days ago)
Poor kid He’s has a bowl cut
david dulson (5 days ago)
That was one of the most fascinating things I have seen in a very long time. Could this be the closest we will ever get to a mono pole????
Jack Frost (5 days ago)
He drew a chode on the dry erase board 😂
Gary zhang (6 days ago)
This kid looks annoying
AldobernalTV Bernal (7 days ago)
Pause at 8:15 and move your phone up and down or side to side, you will see purple dots
René Martínez (7 days ago)
Nerdgasm
Zephne Vaterlaus (7 days ago)
COOL!! I actually gasped out loud a couple times. THOSE ARE SO COOL!! I'm gonna have to think about all the many many applications, beyond toys and locks. With the spring, use in space came to mind, not sure for what.
Zephne Vaterlaus (7 days ago)
The need for mechanical or chemical adhesion could disappear.
treelo_the_first (7 days ago)
Ok this is unironically epic
Justin Case (7 days ago)
i agree the push-pull locking spring is a huge game-changer. Here's a list of potential applications: 1. Dishwasher closure and locking (substitute pretty much any closure device of any kind from purses to drawers to the top button above the zipper on one's pants). 2. Flip the magnetic coupling 90 degrees, rotated around the axis, and you have a magnetically locked but never-touching torsional power transmission shaft. 3. Extension and retraction for an ink pen - provides nice magnetic cushion in extended mode! 4. Self-aligning Docking Ring for spacecraft. In this implementation, perhaps six to dozens are used, located around the docking ring, and linked by a large gear that turns them simultaneously. In the first position, they're attracted, but there's no bump due to the spring effect. Then, when they're all rotated, they attract and tightly align the docking rings. Subsequent mechanical clamps finish the job due to the pressure and large forces involved.
False-set (8 days ago)
Evva MCS is an interesting lock that uses polymagnets in the key.
BHU1 LORD (8 days ago)
Can you erase the design on the polymagnet?
Lazar Sinik (9 days ago)
lil harry potter
Imagine running these with an electric field among the magnetic field. You could potentially make cranes with smaller, lighter magnets but stronger magnetic adhesion. Or actually be able to use magnetic levitation suspensions in several practical applications without a bunch of added weight and power usage. The applications are limitless. My mind is adrift with ideas.
fergal farrelly (10 days ago)
Those guys are gunna make so much money. So many things will changebecause of this. Huge aplications!!!
Vikikiki (10 days ago)
What if Earth was polymagnet???
Tomeu Forteza (10 days ago)
Take care with the magnets, They can get your hands dirty (: 9:22
GTA v News (11 days ago)
I live in ct
Ron Buckner (11 days ago)
This is absolutely fascinating! What kind of life span will these magnets have?
Jeffery Eliason (11 days ago)
Polymagnets are typically programmed Neodymium magnets, which decay at 1% per century.
시스텡도어락 (11 days ago)
Oh....my..gosh That's insame!!
Bleached Cosmos (11 days ago)
That's beyond awesome
John Sumner (12 days ago)
I'm going to remember that companies name and when I get a little money I'm going to by some stocks. They don't know it yet but they are going to be as big as Apple or Microsoft.
arthur floyd (12 days ago)
why is everything in Alabama?
Mlg pro player 291 (12 days ago)
1:45 _"The force is strong with this one."_
Brandon MacKendrick (12 days ago)
This is probably the coolest thing I've seen all year ;)
TheTitanSmash :3 (12 days ago)
Does that mean they can make magnets that pull other magnets to a certain distance? Think of the potential, you can hold a piece of magent in your hand and control other magnets from far away. I mean, probably not that far away, but still.. Awesome!
antigravity will be here soon.
Oldj (14 days ago)
It would be cool to have an update on what products they’ve been developing.
Allen Kader (15 days ago)
That was an amazing video. I hope you keep doing videos on companies like this, so that they get the recognition they need to get funding or other support to keep improving on what they are doing. Your videos are so fun, interesting and exciting.
dvillger (15 days ago)
that sound in slow-mo could be a horror game metal clanging sound
Domenic Perito (15 days ago)
hey they finally get some kind of publicity. Nice!
Daniel LeGrand (15 days ago)
A form of hovering powerless train/vehicle potentially?
Banana chip (15 days ago)
He has a bowl cut and grandma glasses. He is clearly a nerd. I feel bad for him
Jumbomuffin13 (15 days ago)
Uhh... This is because once you switch angles so south is at the bottom, ofc the north of the other side will pull onto it and vice versa. It's like a line in the start because both north and the south are equal and it stats there but once you move one piece even a little, the ratio changes and they all connect to each other. I'm honestly not a science student or anything so forgive my law of "big and scientific" words.
Nathan Duke (16 days ago)
Have they printed up any crop circle designs to see if we finally get our zero point worm hole warp drive... thingy?!
rageon khronos (16 days ago)
Earned my subscription. +1
Ely Powell (16 days ago)
Wow we need millions of kids like Garrett instead of these thuggish cockroaches that are filling the whole USA.
Tom (16 days ago)
Hey guys and gals. Perhaps this has already been mentioned. But could this technology be used to greatly reduce the energy usage and cost of a particle accelerator? I think it’s pulsating magnet that accelerate the particle and then a more constant field that steers it. Could this tech make a more efficient field? Even better being able to essentially change the field from positive to negative at will could that allow u to change the type of particle being accelerated. Example go from a neg charge electron (or some heavier neg charge particle) to a pos charge proton with the flick of a switch? combined with high temp superconductors who knows what’s possible. Would love ur input not sure if my logic is all there but that’s why I’m here to learn. Thanks all! :)
Alex You (16 days ago)
I saw the snapchat code lol
Caleb Harch (16 days ago)
I wonder if you could use magnets for car suspension?
pvyboh (16 days ago)
Wow!!
DashFlash- The Life (16 days ago)
It’s like... a 4-D printer haha! This would put a smile on thanos’s facs
TRUMP GRIFFIN (17 days ago)
Uhhhh pogo sticks
tiolpX (17 days ago)
9:17 i think i should unsub because im not a smart people
xemkis (17 days ago)
Could you do something similar with an array of electromagnets? It would be adjustable that way, and in the example of car suspension you could instantly change the ride stiffness
Vilson Vilson (17 days ago)
Omg
Julius Linderholm (17 days ago)
MY JAW IS ON THE FLOOR! Wow
Angel Mander (18 days ago)
This is so amazing. I am mystified.
Zach Brown (18 days ago)
smart kid but the bowl cut
Mitchell Anderson (19 days ago)
If they can get north and south on they same face can that happen to earth
Jace Wright (18 days ago)
That happens on Mars I think.
Philip Hultgren (19 days ago)
this is by far the coolest thing i have ever seen!
Killer d1r (19 days ago)
I understand the spring magent
Kareem Husseini (20 days ago)
Amazing
Robert Ortiz (20 days ago)
This could be applied to the concept of a car with magnetically held wheels. A spherical wheel with one magnet it attracted to the other keeping the spherical wheel on the vehicle but repels enough to create suspension for the vehicle
Fadi F. (20 days ago)
😧😍
Mayoran Govender (21 days ago)
This is awesome as heck
davo (21 days ago)
Why is there an old man trapped in that boys body
Anjelo Whebb (21 days ago)
look at this little nerd
Caleb Montroy (21 days ago)
I need to know more. How do those machines create positive and negative poles on the same face of the magnets? How does that work? I'm new to "expanding my brain" (learning more about everything I can). Maybe I need to learn more about magnets
Tammie A (23 days ago)
That's so awesome! I'm wondering if that's how the new magnetic shocks work.
ASIF ZUBAIR TASZID (23 days ago)
freaking awesome
Hooked On Diesel (24 days ago)
Mind blown👍🇺🇸👊
Chris Enn (24 days ago)
no freakn friction, this can seriousley be a game-changer.
The FakieSkater (24 days ago)
I don't like the way he would say maggot instead of magnets.
will t (25 days ago)
Mind blown
You can buy mag viewing film super cheaply on Amazon and fleabay.
Howard Liu (25 days ago)
absolutely insane!
Brandon Setiawan (25 days ago)
Welcome to the future!
Evan Tinney (26 days ago)
...also known as the halbach array. Discovered in 1973...
369andrewm (26 days ago)
when i saw this video i thought it would have been just some magnet but watching this has got me buggin on some new ideas
MaggieFC (27 days ago)
Like Iron Maiden's song: can I play with magnets?
Variety 11 (27 days ago)
i got the best eg. experiment for using such types of variations as you showed by using magnets
Matthew Chastain (28 days ago)
Just solidifies my belief that magnets are black magic.
Xander Zoolander (28 days ago)
This is only a few months from being a few years old. Where's this tech today? Has any more innovation been done?
Earth Man (28 days ago)
A magnetic massage implement, let your mind fill in the details...
Aaron Craig (29 days ago)
Maybe these poly magnets could help Wintergarten! @wintergarten https://youtu.be/93OjIcpNuWY
Bradley Anderson-smith (29 days ago)
Nah he probably faked it using magnets or something
Jput.319 (29 days ago)
Garrett is going places
Luke Hay (30 days ago)
Why the dude wear makeup
lilrainier1 (30 days ago)
If the medical field were to adopt this technology my idea is everyone has a small magnet implant in your wrist. If you are in some type of accident like a car crash they can identify you and your blood type for transfusions. if you die in an accident the hospital can find your home and tell your family what happened. this is just an idea.
CW4PWR (30 days ago)
I want to put these on the ends of my tibia and fibia so I can have frictionless knees. Then I want to light up the TSA scanners.
Flaming core (30 days ago)
Lol nice
Joonhoe Kim (1 month ago)
We can print anything on anything!
Garrett gamer 1 (1 month ago)
b***ch that's not me
Highlander Neal (1 month ago)
Nice!
tvndaman (1 month ago)
technology is awesome
Konal Shrivastava (1 month ago)
This is really cool.. the spring had it all.
Remy Bucks (1 month ago)
we must protect garrett at all costs
David Taylor (1 month ago)
I'm more amazed by this kid's haircut
Meep (1 month ago)
3:25 "Magnet Geek" AhahAHAHAHha

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