When magnets (in this case Q-20-20-10-N
) are removed from a certain project and need to be stored, the question arises "Where do you put them?".
Simply depositing them on a surface will most likely go wrong, because the magnets attract each other even at a relatively large distance.
They are bound to collide and it is even possible that small pieces could break off.
It is quite obvious that the plastic spacer rings need to be reutilised and placed between the magnets just as they were at the time of delivery.
But, holding a “row” of magnets, positioning a plastic ring, then adding the next magnet is difficult to do with just 2 hands.
Using a plastic (or aluminium) angle bar makes things a lot easier.
Proceed as follows: Place a magnet, then add a plastic ring which will easily stay in the track if you tilt the bar slightly upright.
Place the next magnet and repeat as necessary.