Types of Neodymium Magnet Coatings

Neodymium magnets are recognized for their superior strength. They create a stronger magnetic field than that of other permanent magnets. Most neodymium magnets, in fact, are over 10 times stronger than ceramic magnets. The problem with neodymium, however, is that … Read More

An Introduction to Counterbore Screws

Have you come across counterbore screws? If so, you might be wondering how they differ from other types of screws. Like all screws, counterbore screws have a threaded exterior that becomes narrower towards the tip. You can drive them into … Read More

What Are Non-Ferrous Metals?

Many different metals, as well as alloys, are classified as non-ferrous. Even if you’re unfamiliar with them, you’ve probably encountered non-ferrous metals before. They are used in countless consumer and commercial applications. What are non-ferrous metals exactly? Overview of Non-Ferrous … Read More

How to Choose a Hydraulic Clamp

Some clamps offer a higher level of security and stability for the objects with which they are used than others. In terms of clamping force, few compare to hydraulic clamps. Hydraulic clamps feature oil-filled passages that, when pressurized, clamp down … Read More

Water Jet vs Laser Cutting: What’s the Difference?

Cutting is a common manufacturing process. To convert materials into finished products, manufacturing companies must cut them. Cutting allows manufacturing companies to change the size and shape of materials so that they are aligned for their production applications. There are … Read More

Monroe Engineering Expands Wire and Connector Capabilities Into Solar Market

Monroe buys assets of “Titan Wire and Cable” Rochester Hills, MI— January, 2021 — Today at an internal event, Monroe announced the successful purchase of the assets of Titan Wire and Cable, a Sparks, NV company.  This partnership is a … Read More

5 Facts About Electromagnets

Not all magnets consist of a solid piece of ferromagnetic material. Some of them are made of wire coils. Known as electromagnets, they use electricity to generate a magnetic field. As electricity flows through the wire coils, it becomes magnetized. … Read More