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04-19-19 12:11 AM
REDEATH I have done A LOT of magnetization of my 40K minis you can check out my log on Warseer for some pointers...My MAGNETIZED MINIS log REDEATH's Fantastic MAGNET MINI's log
03-20-18 11:35 PM
Shandathe Hard to say for the Armigers, given that I've yet to see a real one. As a general rule smaller rare earth magnets tend to be most useful overall (cylinders which will sink straight into a drilled hole or flat ones where you have a surface). If you wait a week or so, there WILL be a tutorial for the Armigers up on Youtube (example, search it for "magnetize imperial knight" and you'll get at least a dozen useful results)
03-20-18 01:18 AM
Magnet help

I'm buying forgebane with my friend and I want to magnetize the knights weapons along with weapons for knights and vehicles this will also include space marine vehicles and dreadnoughts which would be the best sizes for these models.

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