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Spinning Magnets

Rod magnets, steel balls, and magnet spheres of different sizes click together in different combinations to form sections of a truly delightful spinning sculpture in Magnetic Games‘ first video of 2020. Watch Spinning Magnets to see how each segment connects and holds to create a kaleidoscopic combination.

spinning magnets - first section
spinning magnets

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