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    Senior Member i2ik's Avatar
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    but the contact surface will be minimize so there wont be as strong as they should be no?
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    The spheres are stronger so, you can get away with hiding them inside the wood.
    The cup and disk magnet can be surface mounted and will be cheaper, but, visible.
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