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  • Magnets Are Weird

Magnets Are Weird

Magnets Are Weird In this article, we discuss a few things that might make you question what you think you know about magnets. We’ll show magnets stronger at the edges than at the center. We'll see magnets that won’t attract to center upon one another. We’ll even make the north pole of one magnet stick [...]

  • Magnetic Applications Package Closure Magnets

Magnetic Applications Package Closure Magnets

Magnetic Applications Package Closure Magnets Design Considerations In addition to your physical and design aesthetic requirements, we'll want to know the closure retention force in order to determine whether two magnets or one magnet with a steel disc or strike plate should be used. Air Gap (the space between the magnets or steel receptive piece) [...]

  • Dia12x5mm N50 Strong Disc Rare Earth Neodymium Magnet

Dia12x5mm N50 Strong Disc Rare Earth Neodymium Magnet

Dia12x5mm N50 Strong Disc Rare Earth Neodymium MagnetMaterial: Neodymium magnets Certification:RoHS passed Grade: N50 BR:14000-14500 GAUSS Hcj ≥11 KOe Hcb≥10.5 KOe BHmax: 48-51 MGOe Magnetization: Axially magnetized / Poles on Flat Ends Max Operating Temperature: 80°C/176°F Plating: nickel copper nickel triple layer plated Weight: 4.3g Volume: 565mm3 Magnetic pull force: ca. 1.5kg Caution: strong magnets [...]

By |July 15th, 2020|Magnet News, Magnetic Materials, Magnetic Products, MPCO Magnetics News, NdFeB, Neo Disc, Neodymium Magnets, Permanent Magnet, Powerful Magnets, Rare Earth Magnets, Sintered NdFeB|Comments Off on Dia12x5mm N50 Strong Disc Rare Earth Neodymium Magnet

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. [...]

  • the strongest magnet

Which is the strongest magnet in MPCO?

Which is the strongest magnet in MPCO? Below we compiled a list of our 10 strongest magnets. There is a reason why they are also called power magnets or even killer magnets. Please make sure you review our safety tips for these extremely strong magnets. They pose a substantial risk for injury, if not handled [...]

  • How to Select the Magnet Shapes

How to Select the Magnet Shapes

How to Select the Magnet Shapes A magnet is an object that exerts either an attractive force or a repulsive force on another object. Good examples of materials with strong magnetic properties are iron, mineral lodestone and certain types of steel. One popular type of magnets is the rare-earth magnet. Commonly called a neodymium magnet, [...]

  • Processing Methods of Neodymium Magnets

Introduce Two Processing Methods of Neodymium Magnets

Introduce Two Processing Methods of Neodymium Magnets, neodymium iron boron strong magnets How did your NdFeB magnets come from? Need no mold production? MPCO encountered many customers in this way, the following MPCO MAGNETICS brief introduction of the two processing methods of NdFeB magnets. There are basically two processing types of NdFeB: a slicer cut, [...]

By |April 14th, 2019|Magnet News, Magnetic Design, Magnetic Ideas, Magnetic Industry, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic Materials, Magnetic Science, Magnetic Technology, NdFeB, Neodymium Magnets, Sintered NdFeB|Comments Off on Introduce Two Processing Methods of Neodymium Magnets
  • Permanent NdFeB Disc Magnet

Permanent NdFeB Disc Magnet

Why choose us Permanent NdFeB Disc Magnet? 1) Over decades experience in NdFeB manufacturing and Marketing 2) Strategic partner of several world top 500 Enterprise, operating well under TS16949 3) Samples and trial orders are welcome 4) Competitive Price & Short Lead Time, cause it is directly from real producer. 5) Professional suggestion or advice [...]

By |December 10th, 2017|NdFeB, Neo Disc, Neodymium, Neodymium Magnets|Comments Off on Permanent NdFeB Disc Magnet
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