2024-06-01 (Sa) GrinderCompassMKIII Brass axle

The last axles I made for MK11 were brass and worked well. They were not precise or identical, but they served their purpose. I cut some more brass stock so I would not have to salvage from old builds and cut four slugs approximately 1" (25mm) long. I put the slugs into a rotary tool and ground them down from 0.125" (3.175mm) to 0.1" (2.54mm), but I left a lip to hold the magnet up and sharpened the ends. I made a second, but they are not the same length, so they will be customized when I print their enclosures.
Two little brass axles

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