What you don’t know yet is the ingenious replica from one of our customers; Homemade magnetic beer tree as a bottle cap holder
Most of you will probably know our beer tree.
Homemade magnetic beer tree as a bottle cap holder
A branch was used from a dead small tree. You should make sure that the fork of the branch, or whatever part of the tree you want to use, stands up on its own if possible. The stand is all the more secure in the end!
You can then cut the branch to the desired length with a saw – there are no limits to your imagination. The more branches, the more rustic the result looks afterwards. The ends should not be too thin so that the magnets can still be used. It should still be possible to drill with a 10 mm drill bit so that at least 3 – 4 mm of wood remains.
The holes are made approx. 2 cm deep. Then the rodmagnets are inserted into the holes and glued with glue (e.g. hot glue gun).
The appropriate stand is then screwed on at the bottom.
If this is then securely mounted, the tree can grow!
The advantage of our neodymium rodmagnets is their easy handling. Thanks to their elongated shape, they are easy to grip – and can therefore be used on pin boards, for example. By stringing together individual magnets, you can create neodymium rodmagnets of any length – whether you prefer large rodmagnets or small rodmagnets. Almost all models have the north and south poles on the flat circular surfaces (axial magnetization). However, some designs are magnetized diametrically (through the diameter). In this category we offer you high-quality neodymium rodmagnets in different sizes, which you can buy from us at reasonable prices!