#NoWalls Magnetic Doors and Doorways (OpenLock/MagBall)
Part of my #NoWalls Modular 28mm Dungeon Tiles Collection
UPDATE: I have added two additional tile doorways. One is full height with supports under the clips. The second is a doorway that supports the 5mm ball magnets (MagBall). There is no way to make a single part that works for both OpenLock clips and MagBall because the clip can't be a separate piece.
UPDATE 2: I've added an arched door and a half-arched door (to be used as a pair for a double arched door.
Q: So if you don't have walls, how do you attach doors?
A: With magnets!
Even if you use walls, this is still the easiest method to make working doors. If you have different types of doors, you can easily swap them. Wood doors, iron doors, iron bars/jail doors, broken doors, etc. Different bases add to the versatility!
I find eBay is a good place to find inexpensive magnets. Specifically, you'll need 3x3mm cylinder magnets. Today (2/4/19), I see QTY 100 for $8.25 w/ free shipping in the US. 100 is way more than you'll need, but they're useful for other things too.
In order to make sure the polarity is consistent, I keep the magnets in a stack and press the first down into the base. You can use a tiny drop of superglue if you want. I then leave two magnets attached to the base (the first embedded and the second sticking up above the base) and remove the rest of the stack. I continue pressing the magnets in from the same end of the main stack and leaving one sticking up from each base. If I make more doorways at a later time, I first attach the main stack to one of the previously finished doorways to make sure the polarities match. Then I continue as normal, pressing a magnet into the pocket, leaving an extra magnet sticking up, and moving to the next doorway.
Once you have a doorway with one magnet embedded, and one sticking up, you can easily add a tiny drop of superglue to the door and then place the door on the top magnet and adjust so the door is nice and vertical. Optionally you can use activator to speed up the curing time. Don't use too much superglue or you might glue the magnets together. If so, you can break them apart pretty easily and try again.
Once cured, the door should easily rotate. Prime, paint, enjoy!
I will add more door varieties as I make more. I will also add additional doorway tiles as well.