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I recently bought a Carnifex, for which I plan on equipping with 2X TL Devourers. I realize I someday may want to use him as a Sniperfex as well, so I'm going to affix his 4 arm slots with magnets.
My question is this: What size magnets will both fit in the slots and be strong enough to hold his arms in place? I was looking at 1/4'' (6.4mm) wide discs, but realized they may be a bit too big. Or are they ok? Would something smaller (like .19'') be strong enough?
Any advice is apreciated.
Also, if you want to save a bit of money and get more use out of the magnets, get a sheet of tin. Use a magnet on the body and tin for the arms.
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Well I'll look at the sheet of metal I have at home. Was sure it was tin.
Good info, thank you.
Yep, the sheet I have here says ".008 x 4 x 10 tin sheet". I know the magnets stick to it because that's what my stack of ten are currently stuck to. :-)
here. At the end of the article they mention that many "tin" products are actually steel.
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I use 3mm by 2mm i think. holds plastic arms, if only just... but does its job well enough, biggest problem is placing them. you get really skilled with tweasers very quickly!
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