Multipolar Isotropic Ferrite Ring Permanent Magnet, Ceramic Multi-pole Magnets, motor rotor permanent ring magnets, Radially Orientation Multi-polar Magnetic Ring, Anisotropic hard ferrite magnetic rings for electronic motors Multipolar Isotropic Ferrite Ring Permanent Magnet Features: Specification size: custom design drawing Magnetizing mode: Radial 6 poles Type: Permanent Magnet Tolerance: +0.1mm Composition: Sintered Ferrite Magnet (hard ceramic) […]
Compression Bonded NdFeB Magnets, Anisotropic bonded NdFeB magnets, Compression Molded Bonded NdFeB, Bonded Permanent Plastic Magnets China Supplier
Compression Bonded NdFeB Magnets Feature:
Part No.: BNMPC-02
Composite: Neodymium Magnet
Application: Motors, Devices, Printers, Sensors, CD/DVD ROM and so on.
Packing: cartons / pallets
Delivery Date: 10-18 days
Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
Means of Transport: Ocean, Air
Production Capacity: 10,000 pc per day
Compression Bonded – this is a technique whereby a special form of NdFeB powder is blended with a plastic carrier material, die pressed and then heated. Parts made in this way can be of complex shapes and come off the tool with close tolerances, requiring no further finish machining. They have lower energy products than sintered materials – in the range of 10 MGOe. The Bonded NdFeB materials are isotropic – i.e. they can be magnetized in any direction.
Application: Stepper motor, brushless motor, DC motor, starter motor, DVD spindle motor, CD-ROM
Advantages: We have our own mold workshop, based on customer requests for a complete ring NdFeB rotor, stator components.
We are able to manufacture metal and other components of finished sub assemblies using our CNC machining facilities.
Assemblies can be fabricated by adhering magnets with adhesives to suit a range of environments, by mechanically fastening magnets, or by a combination of these methods. Due to the relatively brittle nature of these magnet materials, press fits are not recommended.
Some machining operations may be performed on NdFeB materials using carbide tools, although surface finishes thus obtained may be less than optimal. In general, NdFeB magnets must be machined using diamond-grinding techniques.
When multiple magnets / Permanent Plastic Bonded NdFeB Magnets are assembled in repelling positions, it is advisable to use mechanical fastening in addition to adhesives, since if adhesives were to give way, repelling magnets may dislodge and endanger personnel using them. Our design engineering team will be happy to assist you in designing housings for your magnet assemblies.