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Everything You Need to Know About Custom Magnets

What is a custom magnet? What are the uses of custom magnets? And where can I buy custom magnets? If you are looking for answers to the questions above, then you've come to the right place. In this article, we will try to give answers to the questions above one by one.

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What is a custom magnet?

Custom magnets are irregular. Some ordinary magnets may also be processed into special-shaped magnets.

Where does the custom magnet focus on?

It is reported that special-shaped magnets are mainly used in electroacoustics, electrical appliances, motors, mobile phones, and so on. Their use is quite ordinary, and they may be used in basic industries.

What are the common custom magnets?

The common special-shaped magnets are rugged, horseshoe magnets, tile magnets, and some sinking magnets.

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How did the custom magnet come out?

This depends on the detailed form. The material of the magnet is relatively brittle, so the processing procedures are cumbersome, and the various machines used are also comparable, such as automatic slicing machine, wire cutting, forming grinder, unintentional grinder, punching machine, and many other machines.

What are the advantages of custom magnets?

Custom magnets have high-cost performance and excellent mechanical properties. With high magnetic energy products and coercive force, they have achieved ordinary use in modern industry and electronic technology.

What is the use of custom magnets?

Samarium cobalt magnets have high temperature resistance, bright metal color, and relatively high value.

Permanent magnet ferrite, because the high-temperature resistance is better than NdFeB.  To achieve micro-motor matching, chic of ferrite, its process cost requirements are high, and scrap rate is also high, because simple fracture may be wear and tear angle.

The permanent magnet motor with neodymium magnet as the rotor magnet has a small size, lightweight, high moment-inertia ratio, high response of servo system, high power and speed/component ratio, high starting moment, and saving electricity. Motor magnets and motor magnets are mostly neodymium arc magnets, neodymium ring magnets, or neodymium bar magnets, which can be used in different magnet motors, such as AC motors, DC motors, linear motors, brushless motors, etc.

People usually use the confusion and repulsion force of magnets to drive and usually choose radially symmetrically magnetized tiled magnets to form rings. Sintered NdFeB is an anisotropic raw material, which can not be formed at one time to achieve the slightly complex magnetization target that customers want.

Neodymium iron boron is also sintered with bonded NdFeB. At present, some manufacturers may also do radiation magnetization of bonded neodymium magnets, but there are many requirements for size and grade, and the magnetic function also has technical requirements for stability and uniformity. At the same time, the coil of the mold and requirements for the magnetizing fixture are very high.

Where can I buy custom magnets?

If you want to purchase custom magnets, we suggest that you should pay a visit to the Stanford Magnets. It has been involved in R&D, manufacturing, and sales of permanent magnets since the 1990s and provides customers with high-quality rare earth permanent magnetic products such as neodymium magnets, and other non-rare earth permanent magnets at a very competitive price.

In addition, as one of the leading magnet suppliers across the world, Stanford Magnets specializes in manufacturing permanent magnets according to customers’ requirements in terms of composition, magnetic characteristics, shapes, and sizes.

About the author

Cathy Marchio

Cathy Marchio is an expert at Stanford Magnets, where she shares her deep knowledge of magnets like Neodymium and Samarium Cobalt. With a background in materials science, Cathy writes articles and guides that make complex topics easier to understand. She helps people learn about magnets and their uses in different industries, making her a key part of the company's success.

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