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Heres what happened. I glued 1/16th diameter rare earth magnets into the small hole on the bottom of my destroyers. My plan was to glue another magnet on the peg of my destroyer base and thus allow my destroyers to move around the battlefield without them falling out of their bases every so often. My plan backfired because the magnets are so small that there isnt enough power in them to keep the destroyers standing upright.
So now I'm left with destroyers that have their holes plugged up and now I cant even stick the base stand pegs into them.
Anyone got any ideas on how to fix this mess?
Drill a hole through the magnet. If it stays whole use a pin to connect it to the base. Chances are though that the magnet will likely crack making it easy to remove.
You can just put bigger magnets on the base. Then you won't have the issue of weakness or drilling.
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Those magnets are actually more brittle than you may realize. I agree with Darkangel that drilling it should work fine, just go slow. You could also try what Jon says to see if that might work first.
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