Never mind. I'm just stupid.
@game06 the plastic pieces that hold the cardboard do not hold the cardboard pieces. I can send videos of what I'm talking about, but it's not even close to fitting.
Very helpful. Thanks! And thanks for your KS campaign!
@Bachgames: I don't know the brands in your country so I can't tell you exactly one name, anyway it is a glue often used for the hobby: paste paper, wood and cellulose materials in general. But it can also be used for our purpose because putting a little to dry it allows you to calmly fix the magnet, it does not leave halos, once dry it becomes transparent (initially it is white) and if it remains on your fingers it is removed without solvents . This is an example link of a vinyl glue: https://thegofer.com/product/luna-vinyl-glue-500ml/
I’m not versed on the different types of glues. When I search for “vinyl glue,” I get results for glue used for vinyl flooring. Is that correct? Is there a brand of vinyl glue you would recommend?
@Frank Thames: Hi Frank! What you mean when you say walls are not held well, or they have no grip? What kind of grip? I just ask cause is the first time someone have this kind of tip 😁
My problem isn't just with the magnets, but the walls aren't held well at all. It's very flimsy and slides rather than grips.
My quick method (some magnets hold firmly, some won't)
- give a little bit glue on a pice of paper.
- take two magnet, dipp one magnet into the glue.
- insert the double magnet (gluede side first) into the support. Firmly press.
- wait for the glue to dry, then take the second magnet out.
@Bart Van Damme: Hi Bart!
Sure it could be another trick to do it! Thanks for sharing it!
I found that using a small (no wider than a magnet) flat screwdriver works well. Pick up one magnet with the screwdriver, place it in the slot, and without moving the screwdriver away (the magnet would come with it), pivot it so you can use the sharp end to push the magnet in. I push diagonally with the screwdriver against the magnet, and then diagonally again in the other direction (as if you're trying to press an X into the magnet).