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“Bite hand” magnet ring jams student’s finger

"Bite hand" magnet ring jams student's finger The "biting hand" magnet ring stuck the student's finger, and Hubei Xianning fire department quickly removed it in 2 minutes On December 3, the left middle finger of a student of Chibi No. 1 Junior High School in Xianning City, Hubei Province was caught by a magnet ring. [...]

Researchers Develop New Method to 3D Print Magnets

Researchers Develop New Method to 3D Print Magnets Teams from the Jean Lamour Institute (IJL), the Materials Science research laboratory of the University of Lorraine, have developed a method for producing magnets with a desktop FDM 3D printer. The researchers claim to have succeeded in integrating magnetic properties into various 3D printed parts, all without [...]

3D-printed magnets help create more efficient electric motors

3D-printed magnets help create more efficient electric motors Upscaling the production of new 3D-printed rare earth permanent magnets VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is leading a European consortium 3DREMAG which is developing a new material suitable for 3D printing of permanent magnets, which can be utilised in electric and hybrid vehicle motors. 3DREMAG is [...]

3D-printed permanent magnets outperform conventional versions

3D-printed permanent magnets outperform conventional versions conserve rare materials Researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory have demonstrated that permanent magnets produced by additive manufacturing can outperform bonded magnets made using traditional techniques while conserving critical materials. Scientists fabricated isotropic, near-net-shape, neodymium-iron-boron (NdFeB) bonded magnets at DOE's Manufacturing Demonstration Facility at ORNL [...]

Some Background Information About Neodymium Magnets

Some Background Information About Neodymium Magnets Rare Earth “Neodymium magnets are a member of the Rare Earth magnet family and are the most powerful permanent magnets in the world. They are also referred to as NdFeB magnets, or NIB, because they are composed mainly of Neodymium (Nd), Iron (Fe) and Boron (B). They are a [...]

Meteorites, Magnets, and Metal Detecting

Meteorites, Magnets, and Metal Detecting I’ve probably been watching too much “Meteorite Men” on the Science Channel. I’m starting to see little rusty rocks everywhere I go, and since I visit a lot of gravel bars in the course of rockhounding and gold prospecting, I’m getting nervous that I’ve passed over a valuable piece of [...]

SCIENTISTS PLAN A MAGNETIC FISHING TRIP TO FIND A METEOR

SCIENTISTS PLAN A MAGNETIC FISHING TRIP TO FIND A METEOR In 2014, the first known meteor from outside of our Solar System crashed into the ocean near Papua New Guinea. It was one and a half feet wide, but broke up into smaller fragments. Scientists will attempt to bring pieces about 0.1 millimeter (about the [...]

Astronomers want to use magnets to salvage underwater meteorites

Astronomers want to use magnets to salvage underwater meteorites Astronomers plan to use a mattress-sized magnet to salvage meteorites from the ocean, according to a report on the website of Popular Mechanics on August 18. On January 8, 2014, a meteor exploded over the Pacific Ocean north of Papua New Guinea at a speed of [...]

President Biden has decided not to restrict imports of ndfeb magnets

President Biden has decided not to restrict imports of ndfeb magnets. The US "Political News Network" said that the neodymium magnets imported by the United States mainly come from China, and Biden's decision avoided a new trade war between the United States and China and other economies. According to a report by the "Political News [...]

Up to 75% depend on China! U.S. no longer restricts imports of neodymium magnets

Up to 75% depend on China! U.S. no longer restricts imports of neodymium magnets On September 21, the United States announced that it would no longer restrict the import of neodymium magnets. Neodymium magnets are rare earth materials commonly used in commercial and military applications. According to a report, as the application of such magnets [...]

Giant Magnetoresistance

Giant Magnetoresistance Have you ever sat around on a rainy day contemplating your computer’s hard disk drive? Though often taken for granted, this magnetized device makes it possible to store and retrieve information digitally – in everything from video games to iPods to your personal computer. The first hard disk drives (HDDs) date back to [...]

Permanent Magnets: A Study in Sticktoitiveness

Permanent Magnets: A Study in Sticktoitiveness There are two basic kinds of magnets  permanent and temporary. We'll take on permanent first  which is appropriate, because before humans could invent and exploit temporary magnets, they had to discover the permanent kind first. People first happened upon magnets sometime before 600 BC with the discovery of the [...]

Hybrid Magnets: Best of Both Worlds

Hybrid Magnets: Best of Both Worlds Unlike most of the math that goes on at the Magnet Lab, the equation you need to make a more powerful continuous field magnet is pretty easy. Take a very powerful superconducting magnet  say, 11.5 tesla  and a very powerful resistive magnet  say, 33.5 tesla  and put them together. [...]

Electromagnets: Two Forces Team Up

Electromagnets: Two Forces Team Up Resistive electromagnets, another type of temporary magnet, combine the powers of electricity and of magnetism to enormous effect. Although superconducting electromagnets, which we'll discuss soon, offer many advantages, certain laws of physics prevent them from reaching the field strengths electromagnets are capable of. Some of the world's most powerful resistive [...]

Superconducting Magnets: Power Unplugged

Superconducting Magnets: Power Unplugged Superconductivity is a very cool phenomenon in which electrical resistance is overcome with the help of very cold temperatures colder than anything this side of Pluto! Most superconducting magnets are made using an alloy called niobium-titanium  "Ni-Ti" for short. You could think of it this way: In a superconducting current, the [...]

A Boost for Permanent Magnets

A Boost for Permanent Magnets Scientists at TU Darmstadt explored on an atomic level how changes in iron content influence the micro-structure of samarium-cobalt based permanent magnets. Their results were published in Nature Communications. In the long run they could contribute to the development of permanent magnets with improved magnetic performance. These magnets can be [...]

Scientists Discover Potential Path to Improving Samarium-Cobalt Magnets

Scientists Discover Potential Path to Improving Samarium-Cobalt Magnets Scientists have discovered a potential tool to enhance magnetization and magnetic anisotropy, making it possible to improve the performance of samarium-cobalt magnets. The scientists, at the U.S. Department of Energy's Critical Materials Institute at Ames Laboratory, in collaboration with the Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience and [...]

Zinc and Nickel Coating Magnet in Hardness, Life and Price

Zinc and Nickel Coating Magnet in Hardness, Life and Price The most commonly used coatings for NdFeB magnets are galvanized and nickel-plated. They have obvious differences in appearance, corrosion resistance, service life, price, etc. The following are the key points. Polishing difference: Nickel plating is superior to galvanizing in polishing, and the appearance is brighter. [...]

Permanent Magnets in Electric Vehicles

 Permanent Magnets in Electric Vehicles, Permanent Magnetics in Electric Vehicles EV Motors and permanent magnets Rare-Earth magnets are higher in cost than copper windings, making the option of using a magnet-less AC induction or brushed DC motor attractive. Many applications (vacuum cleaners, mixers, hair dryers, most home fans, etc) will opt for the less expensive [...]

How Strong is a 12000 Gauss magnet?

How strong is a 12000 Gauss magnet? Long answer: 12000 gauss = 1.2 tesla. If that’s a rare earth magnet, NdFeB, it’s about an N35. State of the art 15 years ago but now N48 is the garden variety and you can pay a little more and get up to N56 in quantity. B field [...]

Understanding Magnet Grades and Magnet Tables

Understanding Magnet Grades and Magnet Tables Each day we get asked questions about the differences in magnetic materials. Neodymium Magnets, Samarium Cobalt (SmCo) Magnets, Ceramic Magnets, Alnico Magnets, Bonded Magnets, and Injection Molded Magnets all have various options, and choosing the correct grade for your application is critical. This article will try to simplify how [...]

Magnetic Strength and Pull Force of 3mm Dia Neodymium Magnet

Magnetic Strength and Pull Force of 3mm Dia Neodymium Magnet 3mm diameter magnets are also small magnets commonly used in shopping malls, usually made of neodymium magnets, because if you change other materials, magnetic is not strong enough. The commonly used specifications are 3x1mm, 3x1.5mm, 3x2mm, 3x3mm, 3x4mm, D3x5mm, etc. Precision electronics, handicrafts, packaging handbags, [...]

What Strength Pull is Strong Ultra Thin Magnets?

What Strength Pull is Strong Ultra Thin Magnets? Ultra-thin magnets generally refer to magnets with a thickness of less than 1mm. Generally, there are two shapes: round and square and rectangle. They are mainly relatively easy to process. I saw some netizens ask whether ultra-thin magnets have strong suction? Tell me your opinion below. Generally, [...]

How Many Gaussian Magnets are Qualified?

How Many Gaussian Magnets are Qualified? How many gauss does a magnet have to qualify? Seeing that some netizens are asking, do you also want to know? Next, the Chinese magnet manufacturer HSMAG will introduce this problem to you. 1. Magnet Gauss value is not fixed The Gauss value of the magnet depends on the [...]

What is the Strongest Magnet N52

What is the Strongest Magnet N52 The n52 magnet is the strongest member of the rare earth magnet family and the most powerful permanent magnet in the world. As the name suggests, magnets made of different rare earth elements. Neodymium magnets are also called neodymium iron boron magnets. The reason for the name is the [...]

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