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Door Panel Magnets

Used to mount a 3/8″ rare-earth magnet perpendicular to a surface, this magnet cup makes an excellent catch for a cabinet door or a concealed mount for removable panels. A magnet installed in the integral steel cup will exert at least 2 lb of pulling force. The nylon body is 5/8″ wide by 11/16″ long and projects 9/16″, with a …
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2, 4 and 6 panel moulded wood internal doors. Choose from a wide Style of traditional, contemporary, glazed and pre glazed moulded interior doors.
Mag Daddy magnetic fasteners are quickly gaining acceptance throughout the globe, Mag Daddy products are used in all types of ways from holding down wires and door panels, to holding up signs and coats, as well Mag Daddy products continue to find themselves inside various OEM products. 22 lbs. of retention force …
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These magnets for the first time ever are being used for applications in Wire/Cable management, and automotive fastener solutions. … Mag Daddy products are used in all types of ways from holding down wires and door panels, to holding up signs and coats, as well Mag Daddy products continue to find themselves inside …
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I was really just looking for an excuse to use awesome magnets and JB Weld. This magnet install replaces a …
In this video we show how easy it is to fabricate patch panels using Stitch Weld Magnets from Eastwood …
Recently there was a post on this website (or one of the others) from a guy who used rare earth magnet strips instead of the clips to attach the door.