A disc mount is a small, magnetic holder for a CD to solve an access, storage, destruction problem we ran into time and again in our gaming area. Now we can store our discs on nearly any metal surface and rearrange as needed. The convenience and flexibility has resolved the problem. Learn more on our Disc Mount Project Page. In our case, we modified the back of a poster with tin to give us a fun display to store our discs. I show you how to do this poster frame mod in the instructable, Poster Magnet Board.
This instructable shows you how to create a disc mount in less than 10 seconds and how to use it.
Here's a video on using Disc Mounts:
Step 1: Get Parts and Materials
- 1, foam cd hub (0.52 in. diameter x 0.375 in. thick)
- 1, nylon washer (0.85 in. diameter x 0.395 in. diameter hole x 0.062 in. thick)
- 1, neodymium magnet (Ni-Cu-Ni plated, 0.375 in. diameter x 0.062 in. thick)
- 1, white vinyl sticker (0.75 in. diameter)
Be aware that safety is your responsibility. Please read our Safety Warning and Disclaimer before you start.
Step 2: Stick Foam Hub to Washer
Step 3: Place Magnet into Washer
Step 4: Cover Magnet with Sticker
Congratulations! In less than 10 seconds you have built a disc mount.
Step 5: How To Use - Placing and Removing
- most grades of stainless steel
Do not remove the mount by pulling on the foam hub.
Step 6: How To Use - Mounting a Disc
Step 7: How To Use - Removing a Disc
Step 8: Display
Check out our Laboratory 424 web site to buy Disc Mounts, get display ideas, and more.