Magnet Tool Storage, Chisel Racks and the Whia Demagnetizer


The first part of this video shows two rack designs with tools from Ashley Iles, Robert Sorby and Blue Spruce. There’s also a tip on storing your chis…
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    • Ben Plewes
    • March 17, 2013

    Hi, I just double checked. They’re made by Wera. I bought a set of 6 ( 2x pozi / 4x flat). Pretty sure I got them on ebay. Just had a look on the UK site and there’s currently four sellers offering the same set. Hope that helps…

    • Ben Plewes
    • March 17, 2013

    My pleasure. It’s really hard not to hoard when there are so many nice tools out there! My rule is, if it doesn’t get used it has to go…

    • Ben Plewes
    • March 17, 2013

    Personally, I don’t store chisels over 1 inch wide with magnets. But if you do you can use the external faces (either + or – ) of the Demagnetizer to charge or discharge wider tools. It takes slightly longer but works well.

    • Ben Plewes
    • March 17, 2013

    Question posted this afternoon and accidentally deleted (sorry!). What do you do to demagnetize chisels that may not fit through the demagnetizer?

    Answer: Personally, I don’t store chisels over 1 inch wide with magnets. But if you do you can use the external faces (either + or – ) of the Demagnetizer to charge or discharge wider tools. It takes slightly longer but works well.

    • Matt Przybylski
    • March 17, 2013

    What do you do to demagnetize chisels that may not fit through the demagnetizer?

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