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Re: {BL} Re: Better than a Schmidt hub? David Chase Wed Feb 15 14:00:36 2012

I thought this thing had magnets somehow embedded in the rim.  Not?
That would up the cool factor somewhat, though I'm having a hard time 
understanding how it all works with rim-safe tolerances.
If I just epoxied a mess of magnets to the rim, now that would be easy -- I 
thought they were doing something like that.
Or, a prepared magnet layer thing that I would somehow attach (glue) to the 
rim, that would contain the magnets.

David

On 2012-02-15, at 4:25 PM, Bob Sutterfield wrote:

> On Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 1:04 PM, David Chase <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> The rim provides a lot of area for magnets, meaning many poles are possible.
> if you lose (destroy) the rim, do you lose the magnets, too?
> 
> What magnets?
> 
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