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  • Manufacturing of Permanent Magnets
    Permanent magnets are essential for many modern everyday appliances. You will never be close to a permanent magnet. You may have a permanent magnet right in front of you now, or, if you are reading this article on your smartphone, you may even have a permanent magnet in your hand! There are two main different types of magnets, permanent magnets, and electromagnets. A permanent magnet is...
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  • Introduction to Permanent Magnets
    Considering the inherent strength of magnets (relative to mass and weight), magnets can be used in many different applications. Since electromagnets can be turned off and on, they can be used in powerful equipment and vehicles, such as magnetic levitation or magnetic levitation trains. However, permanent magnets are also very versatile and robust components in countless applications. A...
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  • Application of Neodymium Magnets in Hard Disk Drives
    What Are Neodymium Magnets Used For? Since their invention in the early 1980s, a wide range of industries have found uses for these super strong magnets. If you’re reading this on your computer, you’re using a neodymium magnet right now! Some applications include: Hard disk drives – A hard disk has tracks and sectors that contain magnetic cells; these cells are magnetized...
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  • How to Attach a Countersunk Magnet?
    How to attach a countersunk magnet? The countersunk magnetic ring can be attached to non-ferromagnetic materials with the help of a countersunk screw, for example, to hold a cupboard door closed. Step 1 – Drill hole Use the cordless drill driver with the Forstner drill bit attached to drill a flat-bottomed hole into a piece of non-ferromagnetic material, for example, a piece of wood. The...
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  • The Strongest Magnet
    Magnets are one of the most common items in our daily lives. It has a wide range of applications and can be used in industry, manufacturing, and electronic products. Magnets can be divided into two categories, namely permanent magnets and non-permanent magnets. Permanent magnets can be natural magnetite or artificial magnets. . Among all permanent magnets, the strongest is the NdFeB magnet....
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  • What is Pot Magnet?
    The pot magnet is in a steel shell, which is sometimes called a pot-encapsulated permanent magnet, hence the name "pot" magnet. Permanent magnets can emit a magnetic field without any electrical energy. Pot magnets are commonly used as magnetic bases and magnetic supports for ceiling signs in large supermarkets. The working principle of a pot-shaped magnet is to attach itself to...
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  • Production of Permanent Magnet
    Magnets work in hundreds of applications around you every day. Depending on the application, the magnet can be a permanent magnet or an electromagnet. Both permanent magnets and electromagnets have different characteristics and advantages. As the name implies, a permanent magnet refers to any magnetic material in which atoms have been permanently aligned to produce a permanent magnetic...
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  • Neodymium Ring Magnet Application
    The neodymium ring magnet is a disk magnet or a cylindrical magnet with a through-hole in the center of the magnet. Neodymium (Neo or NdFeB) magnets are permanent magnets and are part of the rare earth magnet series. The new magnet has the highest magnetic properties and is the most powerful magnet on the market today. Due to its magnetic strength, neodymium ring magnets are the first choice...
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  • Neodymium Ring Magnet Production Cycle
    A question that many customers ask before placing an order for neodymium ring magnets is, how many days does it take for your bulky goods to be delivered? Next, we will introduce the production cycle and time-consuming process of the neodymium ring magnets. What are the steps required to produce ring neodymium magnets? The first is the preparation of materials. It takes at least one day to...
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  • Introduction of Countersunk Magnet
    Magnet is a kind of magnet that can attract metal. Magnets are composed of atoms such as iron, cobalt, and nickel. The internal structure of the atoms is quite special and they have a magnetic moment. Magnets can generate magnetic fields and have the property of attracting ferromagnetic materials such as iron, nickel, cobalt and other metals. Magnet types: shape magnets: square magnets, tile...
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