Trying to Separate 1200 LB Neodymium Magnets! ─ GizmoSlip

I recently tried squashing an iPhone X between 1200 LB pullforce magents, and the test turned out awesome. The problem was the two magnets ended up stuck together in the end, and there was no way I could just pull them apart, so I gave up at first. Then I talked to Darren, and he explained that by using wood and lateral force the magnets can be pushed apart if done carefully... So I thought, what the heck, let's give it a try! Here's our attempt at separating these two insanely strong neodymium magnets!

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