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In this instructable I will show you how make a magnetic parts tray feom recycled old broken speakers
Materials needed:1 speaker with large unshielded woofer1 metallic bowl 1 exacto knife or utility blade1 screw driverrope or string (optional)
To remove the speaker from the box it may be as easy as unscrewing 4 screws. However you may find there are no screws accessible from the exterior. In...
You want to use an unshielded speaker. Look for the exposed magnet. If it has a metal shield it won't work as well if at all for this project. Once yo...
Find a metallic dish, I happened to use a metal gold panning bowl that I had laying around. You can use plastic but you will need to secure it with gl...
You may also use the speaker as a shop floor magnate. Simply remove the parts tray, tie some rope, string, or fishing wire to it and drag across your ...
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I like the way you think, this is a great project. I like the gold panning dish.
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