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  • How To Identify The Quality Of A Sintered NdFeB Magnet

How To Identify The Quality Of A Sintered NdFeB Magnet?

How To Identify The Quality Of A Sintered NdFeB Magnet? Due to its cost-effectiveness, the sintered Nd-Fe-B neodymium magnet is widely used in many fields. Its applications include PC hard drives, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), electric cars, magnetic levitation technique and consumer products like DVDs, mobile phones and speakers. Since it is required in nearly [...]

  • 5 Tips Introduction of NdFeB Magnet Production Process

5 Tips Introduction of NdFeB Magnet Production Process

5 Tips Introduction of NdFeB Magnet Production Process 1. Forming orientation: Process introduction: The function of orientation is to turn the easy magnetization direction c-axis of chaotically oriented powder particles to the same direction to obtain the maximum remanence. The main purpose of compaction is to crush the powder into a certain shape and size, [...]

  • How Are Samarium Cobalt Magnets Made

How Are Samarium Cobalt Magnets Made

How Are Samarium Cobalt Magnets Made SmCo magnets are rare earth magnets with high magnetic energy product and extremely low-temperature coefficient. Its maximum operating temperature can reach 350°C. When working at a temperature above 180℃, its maximum magnetic energy product (BHmax), coercivity, temperature stability, and chemical stability all exceed those of the NdFeB magnet. But [...]

  • How Are Alnico Magnets Made

How Are Alnico Magnets Made?

How Are Alnico Magnets Made? Alnico magnet was successfully developed in the 1930s. It is composed of aluminum, nickel, cobalt, iron, and other trace metal elements. Thanks to their high coercivity and high Curie temperature, Alnico magnets are widely used in many industrial and consumer products, such as motors, electric guitar pickups, microphones, sensors, speakers, [...]

  • How Neodymium Magnets are Made

How Neodymium Magnets are Made

How Neodymium Magnets are Made The method for manufacturing Neodymium Iron Boron magnets is as follows: MELTING OF THE ALLOY UNDER VACUUM The Neodymium metal element is initially separated from refined Rare Earth oxides in an electrolytic furnace. The Neodymium, Iron and Boron and the other chemical elements are weighted and put in a vacuum [...]

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