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  • Major Difference Between Permanent Magnet & Electromagnet

Major Difference Between Permanent Magnet & Electromagnet

Major Difference Between Permanent Magnet & Electromagnet The major difference between an permanent magnet and electromagnet is that the former can have a magnetic field when electric current flows through it and disappears when the flow of the current stops. On the other hand, a permanent magnets are made up of magnetic material that is [...]

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  • NdFeB Magnetic Therapy Effect

NdFeB Magnetic Therapy Effect

NdFeB Magnetic Therapy Effect 1、 Magnetized water in history Magnetic force is one of the four basic forces in nature. The compass, one of the four great inventions in ancient China, is an example of the ingenious application of magnetic force. Li Shizhen, a medical expert in Ming Dynasty, has found that the water treated [...]

  • Magnets R&D

Magnets R&D

Magnets R&D is our expertise. MPCO’s engineering operates as part of our customers R&D team, simple as that. Our experience, knowledge and know how is our greatest added value to our customers. When designing an application that uses magnets or electromagnets – we can help your company. Magnets R&D Magnetic design and magnetic [...]

  • Magnetic Design Redesign Cost

Magnetic Design Redesign Cost

Magnetic Design Redesign Cost One of the most important aspects of magnetic design optimizing, is being able to design to cost. Magnets are used for their magnetic properties and its magnetic field. These are affected by many parameters, and some of them are not obvious at all. The best example is the magnet shape, different [...]

  • Magnets Technical Information

Magnets Technical Information

Magnets technical information The determining of magnetic properties is often not given its proper place along the development path of a product. These basic but important considerations are commonly considered as features which will adapt themselves into the required format at a later date. This may be true for applications using low coercive materials such [...]

  • Neodymium Magnet Materials

Brief Introduction to Neodymium Magnet Materials

Brief Introduction to Neodymium Magnet Materials The third generation of rare earth permanent magnet, Neodymium Iron Boron (Neodymium magnets), is the most powerful permanent magnet in modern magnets. Neodymium Magnet Materials The highest Remanence (Br) of Neodymium magnet1 is 3.8 times that of ferrite magnet, 1.1 times of that of Aluminum Nickel cobalt [...]

How to Control the Quality of Neodymium Magnets?

How to Control the Quality of Neodymium Magnets? Permanent Neodymium magnet, chemically known as NdFeB, is known as the most significant magnet material with high performance and are widely applied in many industrial fields. To manufacture the highest quality magnet products, we need to assure the accuracy of: magnetic property, physical dimensions and surface plating. [...]

  • Radially Magnetized Ring Magnets

Radially Magnetized Ring Magnets

Neodymium Radially Magnetized Ring Magnets Neodymium ‘Radially Magnetized’ Ring Magnets have a specific magnetic pattern on either their inside or outside diameter and are most commonly available in three different configurations. A new technology enables the production of super strong, one piece, radially magnetized neodymium ring magnet! Magnets with Skewed Magnetization (show in image 1) [...]

  • World Strongest Magnets

World Strongest Magnets

World Strongest Magnets Buy extremely World Strongest Magnets - As a matter of fact, the neodymium magnets that we sell are currently the strongest permanent magnets on the market. Talking about "magnet strength", this means two things: 1. The attractive force or the magnetic field strength 2. The power of resistance to the destruction of [...]

  • Magnetic Theory and Design

Magnetic Theory and Design

Magnetic Theory and Design 1. Can you explain the difference between coercive force and intrinsic coercive force? The intrinsic coercive force is the coercivity of a magnet material in a closed circuit configuration. A closed circuit configuration means the magnet does not have any exposed poles. Some examples of a closed circuit configuration are a [...]

  • magnetic magnetization patterns

Magnetic Magnetization Patterns

Magnetic Magnetization Patterns Isotropic magnets, such as Bonded Nd-Fe-B, are unoriented and have no preferred direction; therefore it is possible to magnetize them in any direction. Almost all other materials are anisotropic and have a preferred direction of magnetization. They will exhibit the best magnetic properties when magnetized in the direction of the grain. Higher [...]

  • Researchers Developing Sustainable 3D Printed Super Magnets TU Graz

Researchers Developing Sustainable 3D Printed Super Magnets

Researchers Developing Sustainable 3D Printed Super Magnets An additive manufacturing breakthrough coming out of TU Graz in Austria could make it easier to manufacture permanent magnets for small electronic components. A TU Graz team—working in collaboration with the University of Vienna, the Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) and Joanneum Research—has successfully manufactured super magnets using a [...]