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Come talk with Jeremy Chan - Prototype Engineer at Nano Magnetics Ltd.
@Jeremy is a Mechanical Engineer by trade and full time tinkerer by choice. He specializes in mechatronics, rapid prototyping and magnets. He currently leads the prototyping efforts of in-house projects like the Nanoport . In his spare time, Jeremy hacks together his own projects, including custom headphones, mechanical pens and wallets. He’s also an avid autocrosser.
When used elegantly, magnets create an enchanting user experience. You can see this in everyday products like the Microsoft Surface keyboard, the Macbook MagSafe,the Nano Magenetics Nanoport and the many projects on Hackaday. Despite the benefits, magnets aren’t always that easy to use.
Bring your questions and projects about all things magnetics to this week's Hack Chat!
- Interfacing with magnets - various magnetic sensing mechanisms
- Magnet grades
- Types of magnets
- Magnetic phenomena
- Magnet Magnetization
We're meeting in the #Hack Chat on April 21st, noon PDT.
Here's the list for discussion and questions, add yours to the sheet!