Well there's this video, but when I looked up the magnets he recommends I found out that it would actually cost me more to buy the magnets than to buy a factory-magnetized version (which I've heard actually has slightly different-shaped pieces inside). I decided that for now the non-magnetic version is pretty darn good for me, but good luck!Does anyone know what are the magnets used in the galaxy v2 m? I want to magnetize mine.
N35 4x2 in corners and N35 4x1 in edges. If you want something just a tad stronger, you can just use N35 4x2 all around. Or since you already have the M version, just get some N35 4x1 and double up the magnets inside the edge pieces.Does anyone have an idea what magnets are used in the factory Yuxin Huanglong 3x3 M ? I have the M version and a standard version which I want to magnetise with slightly stronger magnets if possible but need to obviously know what is in the factory M version.
Awesome, thanks for that. I do have a bunch of 4x2 N35's. I also have some N38 5x1.5 but they may be a little too strong. Anything else I will have to order off of eBay which will unfortunately take about 4 months to get to me with our useless postal service.N35 4x2 in corners and N35 4x1 in edges. If you want something just a tad stronger, you can just use N35 4x2 all around. Or since you already have the M version, just get some N35 4x1 and double up the magnets inside the edge pieces.
If you can find some, I'd prefer getting N35 6x1 if you want to magnetize a new cube. The wider diameter gives off a larger magnetic field, which provides a smoother snapping feel and corrects rotations earlier than 4x2.
Look up any tutorial on magnetizing a cube. You've got a cube that has most of the magnets in, you just need to finish the process.My Huanglong M 3x3 has had 3 magnets dislodge over time, so i disassembled but i dont know how to reglue the magnets back on. Any tips?