#### Fukuoka Kengo James

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That is common knowledge and correct. The WRM has the same magnets as the GTS 3 LM.
Any differences between the GTS 3 M and the WR M other than the ridges and the magnets strength?

#### Cubingcubecuber

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Any differences between the GTS 3 M and the WR M other than the ridges and the magnets strength?
More squared off corners, on the corner foot the track is continuous, extra setting on dual adjustment system, extra tighter springs that most people use

#### Tabe

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Yeah, no way I'm magnetising my own cube... that would end up in disaster, probably with a few magnets flipped the wrong way and expelling the others...
Magnetizing a cube is actually very easy. The hardest part with a 4x4 isn't the magnetizing - it's putting the cube back together. But there are ways around that, too.

Here's my tutorial on how to do a 3x3. The 4x4 uses similar techniques. Doing it the way I do it guarantees your magnetic polarities are correct - no flipped magnets.

#### GAN 356 X

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Magnetizing a cube is actually very easy. The hardest part with a 4x4 isn't the magnetizing - it's putting the cube back together. But there are ways around that, too.

Here's my tutorial on how to do a 3x3. The 4x4 uses similar techniques. Doing it the way I do it guarantees your magnetic polarities are correct - no flipped magnets.

How who you know where to put them ( I haven't watched the video yet)

Also, has their plans for a factory magnetic version?

#### Iwannaganx

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How who you know where to put them ( I haven't watched the video yet)

Also, has their plans for a factory magnetic version?
Similar questions arise for me. I think at least for my first time somebody that knows what he or she is doing and can answer my questions would be better, at least untill I either have cubes that I am willing to spare or get to know cubes in general better.

#### Tabe

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Similar questions arise for me. I think at least for my first time somebody that knows what he or she is doing and can answer my questions would be better, at least untill I either have cubes that I am willing to spare or get to know cubes in general better.
Ask your questions. I've magnetized dozens of cubes from 2x2 - 7x7.

#### AbsoRuud

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For a 4x4x4 you can put some tape over the centers and only take out the corners and edges. That way you don't have to disassemble and reassemble the entire cube. Saves at least an hour.

#### Fukuoka Kengo James

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the meilong m is in my opinion the best 4x4 just because of its small size, and fluid turning, but dont put too strong of magnets in it. 5x1 n35 is way too strong.
I put 4x1.5 n35s on the outters tho and that feels really nice
4x1 N35 on the inners and 4x2 N35 on the outers for me. Works great.
What about 3x2 N35 on the inners and 4x2 N35 on the outers? Will that work well?

#### Iwannaganx

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What about 3x2 N35 on the inners and 4x2 N35 on the outers? Will that work well?
I have no idea what is strong or weak magnets so what would you suggest I buy to magnetise a meilong? Fairly strong ish please?

#### Tabe

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I have no idea what is strong or weak magnets so what would you suggest I buy to magnetise a meilong? Fairly strong ish please?
Fairly strong? 4x1 N48 for inners, 4x2 N42 outers.

I would still recommend 4x1 N35 inner, 4x2 N35 outer, however.

#### Iwannaganx

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Fairly strong? 4x1 N48 for inners, 4x2 N42 outers.

I would still recommend 4x1 N35 inner, 4x2 N35 outer, however.
Ok, either way where should I buy them? And how much ?