Free 173 Best Homemade Tools eBook:  
Results 1 to 8 of 8

Thread: MAGNETIC PIN

  1. #1
    morsa's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2015
    Posts
    207
    Thanks
    78
    Thanked 272 Times in 120 Posts

    morsa's Tools

    MAGNETIC PIN

    A scrap piece of banak, was shaped like a "pin" at the wood lathe, and a neodymium magnet was epoxied at the base.

    MAGNETIC PIN-dsc09501.jpg

    MAGNETIC PIN-dsc09498.jpg

    It is useful for placing shopping lists or messages on the fridge.

    MAGNETIC PIN-dsc09513.jpg




    At the shop, you could place a blueprint, a cutting list, a chart, a model for woodturning, or even the apron, goggles, earplugs, etc. on any metal surface. On a wooden surface you could insert or just glue a washer or other magnet to hold the pin.

    MAGNETIC PIN-dsc09504.jpg

    MAGNETIC PIN-dsc09506.jpg

    Regards, morsa.
    Last edited by morsa; 09-12-2016 at 05:42 PM.

  2. The Following 2 Users Say Thank You to morsa For This Useful Post:

    PJs (09-13-2016), Toolmaker51 (09-12-2016)

  3. #2
    jotasierra's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2015
    Location
    país Argentina, provincia de San Juan
    Posts
    118
    Thanks
    0
    Thanked 13 Times in 13 Posts

    jotasierra's Tools
    Como siempre amigo Morsa, muy buen detalle para esos usos :aplausos:, hasta pronto.

  4. #3
    morsa's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2015
    Posts
    207
    Thanks
    78
    Thanked 272 Times in 120 Posts

    morsa's Tools
    Gracias, jotasierra. Hace tiempo hice unos pisapapeles con la misma idea; a unos fragmentos de madera, que sobran después de cortar la pieza torneada, los pegué en discos de sacrificio, les di forma y finalmente les incrusté un imán de neodimio.

    MAGNETIC PIN-dsc07309a.jpg

    MAGNETIC PIN-dsc07339.jpg

    MAGNETIC PIN-dsc07352.jpg

    Un abrazo.

  5. The Following User Says Thank You to morsa For This Useful Post:

    Paul Jones (09-11-2016)

  6. #4
    Toolmaker51's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2016
    Location
    Midwest USA
    Posts
    1,984
    Thanks
    3,536
    Thanked 1,617 Times in 983 Posts

    Toolmaker51's Tools
    Quote Originally Posted by morsa View Post
    A scrap piece of banak, was shaped like a "pin" at the wood lathe, and a neodymium magnet was epoxied at the base. It is useful for placing shopping lists or messages on the fridge.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	DSC09513.JPG 
Views:	120 
Size:	195.7 KB 
ID:	13685
    Regards, morsa.
    Envidioso: Cerveza, Botana, Tequila; ¿Cómo consiga cualquier cosa hecha con una lista de compras como eso? Como intentar ahogarse en una piscina por completo del champán; ¡más profundo usted va, más alto usted consigue! ¡Alegrías!

    Construí los imanes apenas como el de Delrin; no para las notas pero colocar los localizadores en la tabla ató al sacador del manual de Roper-Whitney #17. Una vez que está ajustado, atornillo abajo de paradas duras.
    Hopefully appropriate...used online translator!

    Due care recommended with Neo magnets. Rebate or chamfer edges generously of what it is inserted within, they'll nip a digit quicker than you can react or say *[email protected]#:[/|!^%<..
    Sincerely,
    Toolmaker51
    ...we'll learn more by wandering than searching...

  7. The Following User Says Thank You to Toolmaker51 For This Useful Post:

    PJs (09-13-2016)

  8. #5
    morsa's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2015
    Posts
    207
    Thanks
    78
    Thanked 272 Times in 120 Posts

    morsa's Tools
    Gracias, Toolmaker51.

    Por supuesto, esa lista de compras era en broma y sólo con fines demostrativos de una posible utilidad.

    Buena aplicación para ajustar esa perforadora (confieso que no la conocía, así que tuve que hacer una pequeña investigación).

    Gracias por el consejo de rebajar los bordes para que no queden atrapados los dedos al colocarlos, y también para facilitar el removerlos, en particular en las piezas de poca altura. En el pin, sería fácil tomarlo de la parte alta y no habría problema para ponerlo o quitarlo.

    Un saludo.

  9. The Following User Says Thank You to morsa For This Useful Post:

    Toolmaker51 (09-12-2016)

  10. #6
    Toolmaker51's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2016
    Location
    Midwest USA
    Posts
    1,984
    Thanks
    3,536
    Thanked 1,617 Times in 983 Posts

    Toolmaker51's Tools
    I figured list was a 'prop' or gag, but so enticing to draw a pun on. Banak appears to be a mahogany-like, or balsa. Is that the case?
    Despite all the projects here some manage to have serious fun too. Glad the translator was accurate enough to get point across. I found it at Free sentence translator, full text translation, message translation, phrase translation, text translation, text translator, translate phrase, translate text, word translator - SYSTRAN

    Ordering one,two, or three very cold cerveza, please stretches my Spanish linguistics as far they'll go.
    Sangria is a little easier, one finger and pronounce it right. Side note; a well known American fast-food chain carries a carbonated [soda pop] version. Sweeter, but tastes so much like the real thing, dang near irresistible.
    Things are only vices when you can't control them.

    Un saludo, amigo.
    Sincerely,
    Toolmaker51
    ...we'll learn more by wandering than searching...

  11. #7
    morsa's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2015
    Posts
    207
    Thanks
    78
    Thanked 272 Times in 120 Posts

    morsa's Tools
    Indeed, the banak is something like mahogany, but much cheaper.
    Although I use translators, I do not trust them a lot. Translations from English into Spanish (which I seldom need) do not always give intelligible results; conversely, it is common that translations from Spanish into English (which I use more often) give a result that does not satisfy me at all, and I must reattempt with another approach. I only hope my English is not too bad.

    Sincerely, morsa.

  12. #8
    Content Editor DIYer's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    Posts
    3,091
    Thanks
    433
    Thanked 931 Times in 857 Posts


    Thanks morsa! We've added your Magnetic Pin to our Miscellaneous category,
    as well as to your builder page: morsa's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:





    Post your reply!
    Join 33,912 of us and get our 173 Must Read Homemade Tools eBook free.



    173 Must Read Homemade Tools

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •