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  • A Beginner’s Guide to Flexible Magnets

    A Beginner’s Guide to Flexible Magnets0

    The term “flexible magnet” can be confusing. When most people think of magnets, they envision solid bars or pieces of metal. After all, magnets are defined by their ferromagnetic composition. They are comprised of a ferromagnetic metal — iron, cobalt, nickel, neodymium, etc. — that produces an invisible magnetic field. Nonetheless, flexible magnets are available.

  • How Are Modern Magnets Made?

    How Are Modern Magnets Made?0

    The modern magnet is a manufactured product developed from of a naturally occurring force. The modern magnet is powerful and lightweight. It can be made in high volumes and in unique as well as standard shapes. Science has discovered a number of minerals that increase the strength of magnets and because these minerals are not

  • What Is the ‘Reach Out’ of a Magnet?

    What Is the ‘Reach Out’ of a Magnet?0

    Magnets are a vital tool for countless businesses. Manufacturing companies, for instance, use them to remove metal waste from workpieces, machines and the surrounding workspaces. A high-powered magnet will attract metal waste, making cleanup a breeze. Magnets can also be used for material handling purposes. Depending on the type, some high-powered magnets are capable of

  • Short History of Magnets

    Short History of Magnets0

    Magnets are right up there with casters, hinges, and Latches as something we use every day without noticing. Like those items the magnet is likely older than Humankinds ability to write about them. The Magnet of today is a direct descendant of the naturally occurring Mineral Lodestone. This naturally magnetic ore was not formerly called

  • 6 Facts About Rare-Earth Magnets

    6 Facts About Rare-Earth Magnets0

    Rare-earth magnets, including samarium-cobalt and neodymium-iron-boron (NIB), offer prized for their superior strength and performance. They live up to their namesake by featuring a construction of rare-earth elements that are capable of producing exceptionally strong magnetic fields. You can find rare-earth magnets in everything from kid’s toys and electronics to manufacturing machines and equipment. Below

  • Why Steel Is Used to Make Permanent Magnets

    Why Steel Is Used to Make Permanent Magnets0

    With a tensile strength that’s roughly 1,000 times stronger than iron, steel has become one of the world’s most important metals. It’s used to make everything from bridges and automobiles to nuts, bolts and even gardening tools. Unbeknownst to many people, however, steel is also a key ingredient in the construction of permanent magnets. Being