|Product Depth (in.)||0.062 in||Product Height (in.)||0.125 in|
|Product Length (in.)||0.125 in||Product Width (in.)||0.125 in|
|Fastener Type||Magnetic||Features||Rare Earth|
|Magnet Material||Neodymium||Maximum pull (lb.)||0.7|
|Package Quantity||100||Product Weight (lb.)||0.01 lb|
|Stability temperature (F)||176|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Magcraft one year warranty|
A: Those magnets do not have holes.
A: There are no holes in these rare earth magnets.
A: No, these ones don't. These are the disc magnets with no hole. I believe there are ring magnets of this brand that have a hole in the center, but I don't know about in this size.
A: No holes. They are solid.
A: Hi! I don't quite get how you will use them, but here are some notes that might help. I used mine mostly for plastic models. They are quite strong (for the size) but they are small so the magnetism doesn't work if there's too much in the way. So the thickness of the tray may be too much to do the job. However... what I did was carefully drilled out the size of the magnet and inlaid them with a little epoxy glue. That holds very tight and the layer of epoxy, unless you really slather it on, is thin enough so that the magnets still attract. Hope this helps!
A: It would depend upon the distance between the magnets or the magnet and the ferrous material. The resin would not interfere with the magnetic field. Lastly, rare-earth magnets should be kept out of reach of children. If your application would result in the magnets coming loose and be accessed by children, they should not be used.
A: Depending on the weight of the item it should hold, or you may need to use 2 magnets.
A: Yes! That's what I am using them for. You'll want to make sure the magnets are at the bottom of the base as possible, but they will work very well.
A: Gorilla glue
A: It depends on your application. For a more permanent solution, I have seen many persons use super glue from various brands, but Loc-Tite Liquid Super Glue seemed to be the popular choice.