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Poof-Daddy
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Does anyone have a good source for very thin magnets - that is as thin as a shim to go in a [ ? doesn't have to be super strong - just thin also thin magnets and shims that could be used to make magnetic and shimmed playing cards. I have a card spliter setup to make these if I can find the materials. Not a lot of luck on google and not sure what shim stock (I have seen this on ebay) I would need to get as to thickness or what type metal would be magnetic. Thanks for any leads
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You might try this guy - seems to have every magnet ever made:

http://www.kjmagnetics.com/categories.as......odCyMAoQ

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I think you'll find that it's hardly worth using a very thin magnet even if you can get one - it will be so weakly magnetic that you may as well use steel shim and have the magnet somewhere else.
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I have a NGF flipper with a magnet in the flip part it will hold to 1 shell but I have a super exp shell that wont hold in the set with a shim in it so I want to try a thin magnet.
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This is my go too guy for anything to do with magnets and magic. Not only does he specialize in magnets but has some knowledge of magic methods. Good source of PK rings.
https://www.supermagnetman.net/index.php
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I don't have a NGF flipper, so I'm wondering, can the magnet be removed and replaced with a stronger one? or maybe it's embedded inside the coin where it can't be removed.
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