Instructables: exploring - stepbystep - workshop - organizing - magnet Tue, 28 Apr 2015 07:57:13 PDT BLOX v1.01 Magnetic Floor/Yard Cleaner
Magnetic Floor/Yard Cleaner - More DIY How To Projects]]> matrix32176 Have you ever dropped a nail or screw on the floor and not be able to find where it went too until it ends up stuck in your shoe, or worse, your foot? This will help to quickly fix that. Usually the answer is to grab a magnet, get down on the old prayer bones, and sweep around until you hear the t...
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Mon, 13 Apr 2015 16:32:16 PDT
Magnetic Hooks
Magnetic Hooks - More DIY How To Projects]]> qakaos I bought a bunch of rare earth magnets online a few years back for another project, recently while tidying up I came across some left over spares, I thought I could make use of a couple as portable / temporary hooks for use when i go away and for around the home to hang light weight objects without ...
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Sun, 4 Jan 2015 03:47:20 PST
Fitting wardrobe
Fitting wardrobe - More DIY How To Projects]]> S3rj How to efficiently use the space of an wardrobe.From one layer of hangers to two layers.Pants stays unfolded on the doorsAnd belts stays untangled on a HDD magnet on the door. Needed materials 1. wood board (or any other material that can be easy cut like wood)2. a wooden broom tail (or a reziste...
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Thu, 25 Sep 2014 05:49:13 PDT
Wood and Magnet Socket Holder
Wood and Magnet Socket Holder - More DIY How To Projects]]> JoeGadget Tired of your sockets rolling around in your drawer?  Or do you use one of those socket racks with the spring steel clips that invariably are too loose or too tight (especially for 1/4" sockets)?  Try making one of these wooden socket holders with an integrated magnet to keep your sockets where they...
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Sat, 26 Apr 2014 20:19:40 PDT
Mulit Purpose Pen Holder Magnet
Mulit Purpose Pen Holder Magnet - More DIY How To Projects]]> alexthegalex Besides of sticking just a piece of paper onto a metal surface you can use this simple trick to expand the possibilities of your magnets... Parts List All you need is a (powerful) magnet, one of these fancy desktop cable holders and a blob of strong adhesive... Or a multiple of these ingredien...
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Sun, 30 Mar 2014 03:27:23 PDT
Magnetic Tool Hanger
Magnetic Tool Hanger - More DIY How To Projects]]> DIY Hacks and How Tos In most workshops space is limited. So you need to find a way to utilize every bit of space that you can. One area that is often overlooked is the space underneath shelves and cabinets. But this can be a great place to store small tools. All you need is a magnetic strip that is mounted to the bo...
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Mon, 4 Nov 2013 17:58:30 PST
Decorate your locker
Decorate your locker - More DIY How To Projects]]> LivDW00 Decorate ur locker with these simple tips xx Make a whiteboard! plz follow me to find out how to make it (make tutorial soon) Make a pencil holder. Make a pencil holder simply by cutting diagonally down the box and then decorate. Place an adhesive magnet on the back. Mirror place a magnet ...
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Wed, 9 Oct 2013 21:26:10 PDT
Magnetic hook with SUGRU
Magnetic hook with SUGRU - More DIY How To Projects]]> rklett This instructable will demonstrate how to make a handy hook that uses a magnet to attach to steel things like refrigerators, desks and computer cases. Use it to keep track of small hand tools or headphones. For this project, you will need: one package of SUGRU, paperclip or other strong bendable me...
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Sun, 28 Jul 2013 07:58:03 PDT
Overhead Tool Storage
Overhead Tool Storage - More DIY How To Projects]]> Re-design I hung a 4' florescent light fixture over my electronics work bench for more light.  I started sticking the super magnets from broken hard drives on the outside of the flange.  Then I started hanging my most often needed tools from the magnets.  After I was sure I liked the idea I hot glued the magn...
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Sat, 8 Sep 2012 17:23:23 PDT
Really Handy Magnetic Tool Holder
Really Handy Magnetic Tool Holder - More DIY How To Projects]]> RangerJ This Instructable isn't very challenging but it is very handy. I have a 'thing' for magnets; I have dozens and dozens of them and all of them are working for me - doing something useful. Easy to Find / Handy to Use One of my favorite sources of magnets is old speakers. If it isn't usable as a s...
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Wed, 4 Apr 2012 17:56:48 PDT
Easy Peasy Magnetic Pen
Easy Peasy Magnetic Pen - More DIY How To Projects]]> xrobevansx You have a fridge or metal door and need a pen.  This one is always there! No glue necessary! (but optional!) Find Bic "Stic" pen Standard pen. found in junk drawers all over the country. Get magnet(s) rare earth magnets from Harbor Freight. 10 for a buck fifty.
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Fri, 20 Jan 2012 17:16:03 PST
handy nails/screws/nuts
handy nails/screws/nuts - More DIY How To Projects]]> coolrobot this will help you have your nails/screws/nuts handy everywhere! no more climbing up&down the ladder to get another screw/nail/nuts! get all the materials needed! you don't need much for this project -a small bottle (i used a middle-sized one) -some foam (optional,its for more confortability) ...
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Tue, 21 Jul 2009 10:07:51 PDT
Magnetic Tool Rack
Magnetic Tool Rack - More DIY How To Projects]]> packrathacker A thrifty, nifty method to make a good looking tool rack for your lab, garage or shop using recycled materials and magnets. When we moved into our new house the lovely missus let me have a room down in the basement to make into a hobby room. But only on one condition. That the room remains neat a...
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Fri, 29 Sep 2006 00:24:39 PDT
Magnetic chuck key holder for drill press
Magnetic chuck key holder for drill press - More DIY How To Projects]]> ewilhelm If you don't have a specific spot for them, drill chuck keys tend to disappear, because every shop user has a different theory on where they should best be stored. I've seen chuck keys stored in the chuck, left in their slot in the chuck (What a terrible idea! Would you do this on a lathe? No! S...
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Fri, 8 Sep 2006 13:17:02 PDT