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Guy’s Magnets on the Move

We’ve moved!  We are now based at: 7 Couch Lane Devizes SN10 1EB The telephone number remains the same.  Parking for our unit itself is limited, however, there is ample public parking in the Wharf Car Park or there is limited on street parking in Couch Lane (by the hospital) or in Commerical Road.

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Washi tape magnets – so quick, so easy, so pretty!

While we were making the washi tape peg magnets, we had a bit of a brain wave!  We sell 1/2″, 1″ and 2″ wide self adhesive flexible magnetic strip by the metre and it’s great for holding things on our warehouse racking, but it’s a bit boring and brown to look at … not anymore!  20 minutes of playing around and … Continue reading

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This week, in the world of Guy’s Magnets, has been all about the kids and the impending long summer school holidays.  Rainy days are not, generally, fun for parents.  The kids slouch around watching TV or playing on a variety of techy devices when they should be doing something…anything! So we decided it was time to put together a selection … Continue reading

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Magnets will revolutionise refridgeration!

A report in Txchnologist indicates that a revolution in domestic and commercial refridgeration is on the horizon. Traditional refridgeration uses a coolant which is expanded and contracted causing a change in pressure.  As the coolant expands and the pressure drops, it causes cooling of the vapour and a fan then blows over the coolant pushing cold air into the refridgeration … Continue reading

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Salt Dough Fridge Magnets

Struggling to keep the kids entertained over the holidays? Craft Magnets can be attached to a wide variety of substances to make your own fridge magnets. Why not try making salt dough shapes using biscuit/cookie or pastry cutters? Paint them with water based paints and seal with watered down PVA glue or clear varnish before adding the magnet. Even toddlers … Continue reading

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We are impressed!

17 year old Archie Whitehead from Hertfordshire, UK, has built himself an Ironman suit complete with moving parts as part of a school project.  We don’t know where, but some of our 6x2mm neodymium disk magnets are in it somewhere! Archie has become an internet success after posting videos of the work in progress on YouTube.  He has also been … Continue reading

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New Rare Earth plant

A Malaysian court has given Australian company Lynas authorisation to start production at a controversial rare earths processing plant. The full story is on the BBC website here.

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