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I am working on a model for maglev train and I'm having a hard time getting to know how the magnetic propulsion works. I'm asking for a simple explanation if possible or a hard one if neccessary so I can understand the basic principles. Please explain simply and try to use as many detail as possible like the pieces and what they are made of and how I can make it into a model. I would be very happy iof this question was answered.



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