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Advantages of different types of layer structures are examined, and the effect of duration of a pulse magnetic field on mechanical strength and winding heating is investigated. The results gained on simple models made from weak-strength materials have confirmed calculated estimations and have revealed some features to manufacture such systems. These are necessity to provide accurate placement of a conductor on a rated current line and its subsequent hard fixing from a possible displacement. Comparison of one-layer quasi-force-free magnets with conventional magnets shows the advantage of the first ones.