is a physical phenomenon, which is rarely witnessed in everyday life, hence most people are not familiar with it.
It describes the feature of certain materials of being repelled by a magnet.
Many materials are slightly diamagnetic, but normally the repulsion is so light that it is barely visible in everyday life.
The diamagnetism in pyrolytic graphite,
however, is very pronounced: The repulsion by the cube magnets is so strong that the disc levitates above them.
The disc levitates about 1 mm above the magnets, which leaves enough room in the gap for 2 to 3 business cards.
Since the magnetic field is not at all disrupted by paper, the disc continues to levitate.
During transport, the disc is locked into position with a thin strip of magnetic sheet.
Before you pack it away again, place the foil on top of the disc to prevent the brittle graphite from being damaged.
You can choose between 3 versions: beechwood, pinewood and black (varnished beechwood).