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Okay, I was wondering about using thin, flat magnets (about x2 the depth of paper) on a crisis suit, because I'm not understanding how you could possibly drill holes in it to insert magnets. Would these "Paper Magnets" hold the weapons and such?
Alright, my other question, how do you drill tiny tiny holes in the weapons? Those are tiiny weapons, is there a special kind of file? I REALLY don't want to touch that with an electric screwdriver.
So, uh, JUST the bits or something? Do it by hand? Also, I have no clue where that place is (to buy magnet rods) and I don't really feel like ordering, do you think like, Rona or some place would sell them? What about a normal hobby store?
But, do I only use the bits and sorta drill them in by hand?
You need a pin vise drill. Its a hendheld tool that grips small drillbits and has a small swivel on the back to allow it to spin. The most common type is number 21105 pictured HERE You can get the same one at Sears for about $5.Originally Posted by TheBaconMan
Then you get a variety of drill bits and drill away. It doesn't take much to drill plastic at all.
I order magnets from www.kjmagnetics.com . If you go with the 1/16 x 1/16 cylinder magnets, you can use a 1/16 drill bit which is the smallest bit that I have found reliably at the hardware stores. The big thing is to make sure that you have the polarities of the magnet correct.
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