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What Are Rapid Fire Retriever Magnets?

If you work with sheet metal or other metal parts, you may want to invest in a rapid fire retriever magnet. Rapid fire retriever magnets are material handling devices. You can use them to lift and handle metal objects. Overview … Read More




Magnetic Catches: What Is Pull Force and Why Does It Matter?

When building cabinets, you may want to use magnetic catches. They are magnetic latching mechanisms that will hold cabinet doors closed. Without them, the doors may not close completely. Some of the doors may remain slightly open. You can use … Read More




How to Choose Retaining Magnets

Retaining magnets offer a simple, gentle way to hold objects in place. As their name suggests, they are magnets that are designed to “retain” an object. You don’t have to drill into the object. Assuming the object is magnetic, you … Read More




5 Facts About Flexible Magnets

Flexible magnets have become a popular alternative to traditional, rigid magnets. As their name suggests, they are flexible. You can bend flexible magnets without breaking them. Even when bent or otherwise deformed, they will continue to produce a magnetic field … Read More




The Beginner’s Guide to Power Grip Magnets

When shopping for material handling magnets, you may come across power grip magnets. You can use them to easily lift and move ferromagnetic materials. Power grip magnets feature an ergonomic design that many workers prefer. While there are plenty of … Read More





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