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[Finnish NR] 6.35 Clock average - Niko Ronkainen, magnetic rubric

guysensei1

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Is it just the pins that are magnetic or are the gears magnetic too (not sure how this would work lol)?

Would you be willing to show how you made it?
 

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Is it just the pins that are magnetic or are the gears magnetic too (not sure how this would work lol)?

Would you be willing to show how you made it?
I'm getting a lingao that I plan on magnetizing soon and I'll make a video of the whole process if I don't get lazy. Basically the magnets get rid of the annoying lockups that happen when the pin isn't pushed all the way up or down. All I'm doing is replacing the metal rods that hold the pins in place and with magnet magic.
 

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I'm getting a lingao that I plan on magnetizing soon and I'll make a video of the whole process if I don't get lazy. Basically the magnets get rid of the annoying lockups that happen when the pin isn't pushed all the way up or down. All I'm doing is replacing the metal rods that hold the pins in place and with magnet magic.
Sweet. I found the post you linked on reddit. I may try that for myself soon.
 
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