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Magnus rockit - Teflon plate

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Used Magnus rockit with Teflon plate. 

This new design is essentially an add-on for your "T30" sized Magnus Slider.

I call this new design the RockIt™.

Not only can you click the RockIt but you can also slide and rotate it like a typical slider (it truly is a double-function design!).
 
You can also put two RockIthalves together and have a "super click" fidget.

Teflon® (also known as PTFE) may be the greatest thing in slider plates since sliced bread!

9 Months ago I designed and made my first slider with brass insert plates (this had never been done before ...a true world first). I then "dimpled" the design to improve the sliding experience.


After many months of trialing different materials (including bronze, stainless steel, copper, Vesconite plastic, bronze-filled plastic, etc. etc.). Zirconium was the hands-down winner ...and it's what I've been installing in sliders ever since.

However, recent trialing of Teflon® as slider plates has resulted in me questioning using Zirconium.

Don't get me wrong, Zirconium is still #1 (until Teflon® proves itself over time) ...but it's giving Zirconium and damn hard run for it's money!

Screw-In Plates

After epoxy-fitting the slider plates for more than 8 months... I decided it was time to screw them in.

I will openly admit to you right now that I don't think it looks as good with the screws. It's true.

But the sheer number of benefits to screw-in plates vastly outweigh the downside of aesthetics.

We use two custom-made, 2-56 Thread Grade 5 Titanium machine screws to attached each plate. We do not use any sort of epoxy or thread-locker for the screws because (from experience) the "binding" of the titanium threads ensure they do not come loose themselves.

These screws use a standard "T8" Torx head.