Disc magnets are the most popular magnet among woodworkers, hobbyists and engineers alike. These magnets have hundreds of uses; many of which revolve around the need for a strong fastener that won’t mar surfaces, is reversible and requires little setup time.
They are quickly and cleanly installed into wooden surfaces using a forstner bit and glue (epoxy works best) and their cylindrical shape makes them resistant to accidental chipping.
|Additional Disc Magnet Data|
|Weight (grams)g||Pull Force (Newtons)N||Surface Field (Gauss)Gs|
|Dimensions||2 Plates||1 Plate||Magnet to MagnetM. to M.||Repulsive ForceRep. Force|
|1/4 x 1/4 x 1/10||0.59||3.04||1.47||1.47||1.47||3779|
|3/8 x 3/8 x 1/10||1.29||7.58||2.59||2.59||2.59||2847|
|1/2 x 1/2 x 1/8||3.00||13.33||5.37||5.37||5.37||2706|
|3/4 x 3/4 x 1/8||6.52||30.0||8.13||8.13||8.13||1913|
|1 x 1 x 1/8||12.00||47.5||10.5||10.5||10.5||1467|