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  • Handling Neodymium Magnets Safety Precaution

Handling Neodymium Magnets Safety Precaution

Handling Neodymium Magnets Safety Precaution With high intrinsic coercive force (Hci) over 12,000 Oe and maximum energy product ((BH)max) between 27-52 MGOe, neodymium magnets have the greatest strength among all available permanent magnet materials (>7 times stronger than ceramic magnets) as they are extremely resistant to demagnetization and have high saturation of magnetization. The magnetization [...]

  • Select Material Grades for Neodymium Magnets

Select Material Grades for Neodymium Magnets

Select Material Grades for Neodymium Magnets When you are trying to figure out which neodymium magnets to select for your design needs, you would always see the term “grade” or “N rating” from any supplier or manufacturer. Besides a few other criteria, desired material grade must be defined for a neodymium magnet. So, what does [...]

  • Reconfigurable 3D-printable Magnets

Reconfigurable 3D-printable Magnets

Reconfigurable 3D-printable Magnets with improved maximum energy product In conventional magnets, neodymium with added heavy rare-earths is used in order to induce high output and size reduction. But as deposits of heavy rare-earths such as dysprosium (Dy) and terbium (Tb) are disproportionately distributed, it is important to reduce the amount used due to supply issues [...]

  • Measuring Permanent Magnets Properties

Measuring Permanent Magnets Properties

Measuring Permanent Magnets Properties with Vibrating Sample Magnetometer Vibrating Sample Magnetometers (VSMs) are the most commonly employed tool for properties measurement of permanent magnet materials. They can be applied to magnet powder, thin films, anisotropic materials, magnetic recording materials, single crystals and liquid, etc.. They also allow for a broad temperature range from 4 K [...]

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