Maybe the two magnets don't need to meet. A small gap of 0.3mm or so should prevent cracks.Thank you for checking. It was an expected result but a necessary test.
It's a new more stable panel! It's lovely.
The strength of the magnet is very strong, but the reason why people are worried is also compelling.
Is it too expensive to process magnets and bolt holes at the same time?
There is a plan to add a bolt piece to the top and bottom. (or next to a magnet)
Those who want a more stable fix can even tighten the bolts.
Anyone who wants to be free will only need to use a magnet.
There is another problem to consider about magnets.
It will need a buffer.
There are two alternatives.
1. Rubber square O-ring
2. Silicon Dampers
Cracks can be caused by impact when a magnet meets.
This should be prevented.
I think we should think about whether the processing cost is not too expensive.
I like the new Feet.
It will be more stable than before.
Everyone will be aware of the following facts.
The "ITX system" is only small in size and very heavy when completed.
Other sandwich-type cases use sticker-type feet.
If you slide it slightly and change its position, the feet will fall off easily.
I had some ideas about Mjolnir's stand.
It is a way to finish with a design without a Feet and use a stand.
It's imagined in terms of Bertical mode, so just listen to it as a joke.
Basically, it's used as a buffer for packaging Mjolnir, and when you open the package and you finish the system, the buffers on the front and the back are combined to form a stand.
There are three modes in total.
1. Buffer mode (packaging- cover the front panel and backpanel with separation)
2. Stand mode - Support the lower part of the front panel and the backpanel separately.
3. Bertical Mode - The two buffers can be combined to serve as the Vertical Stand.
It's made of rubber.
You can add options or sell them separately later.
I am thinking about design now, but I want to be as minimal as possible.
I think the magnets need to be slightly recessed anyway to guarantee a flush transition from the panel to the rest of the case.