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What is idea with "cups" can you explain it a bit further ?
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I live in Au, but its ok I will
Hi Tmer1, are you based in AU or USA? If you are based in USA, I can probably send you some free small magnets to test out.
a thin rubbery coating is even better than powdercoat.
Every winch I have come across has had a fail safe brake - in the case of the Brevini winches below - it is spring applied and hydraulically
It is possible to include a drilled rod with flats for the adjustment rod and nut to seat against in the moving plate. If you install a stiff compression
Consider using a cup style magnet assembly (circular steel cup with magnet inside). Not only does it increase the holding power, but it also reduces
I do not believe you would go through the process unless your market research showed it will be a popular game. Therefore you are looking at mass production.
Hi Lochnagar.Thanks for your reply. The link you provided was very useful and has now been added to our technical library. Much of the information there
Most cities have a metal supply place or a scrap metal place. or a sheet metal shop could let you have some scraps.
Looking at your tiles,
400 series stainless is magnetic, 300 series generally is not. Stainless is more expensive than a plain steel, but if you powdercoat the plain steel
Most important; what systems are in use at your customers and other collaborators you need moving your project forward? The most common would be SW but
FYI, not all stainless steel is magnetic.
Have you considered making the board out of wood or aluminum, and then recessing an additional
Freddy15, your problem reminds me of a Dremel attachment I saw on TV yesterday. You can find it here. The Dremel solution only works for preset angles,
I would like to use these magnets for the pieces:
Anyone try this yet? http://designspark.com/mechanical