Neodymium magnets are versatile and popular due to their magnetic strength and unique shapes. Neodymium magnets, consisting of a combination of neodymium, iron and boron, are the most powerful magnets ever known.
Due to the nickel coating of their surfaces, Neodymium magnets do not corrode. Therefore, they are inexpensive and widely available. They are used in a wide variety of fields such as electronic, artistic and mechanical products.
Which Shape Neodymium Magnet Do You Need?
Neodymium magnets can be produced in different shapes for different needs. Numerous shape options are available, such as rods, discs, disc tips, squares, rings, spheres, square tips. All forms of magnets must be coated with nickel to prevent rust.
Besides the shape, the size of the Neodymium magnet you will receive is also very important. The magnet you will need to produce an electronic product or industrial equipment and the magnet you will use in another field will be different. You won’t be able to use the same size magnet for all equipment, devices. Although small sized custom industrial magnets are also quite powerful, they cannot replace giant sized Neodymium magnets for heavy work. In order to choose the right magnet, you also need to decide the size you need correctly.
Which Manufacturer Will You Work With?
Although Neodymium says they produce all the sizes and shapes that can be available for magnets, most manufacturers limit their shape and size options with cost concerns. Therefore, before deciding which manufacturer to work with, you should be clear about the shape and size you need and clearly express your desire to the manufacturer. In this way, you both know the product you will obtain clearly and know the cost you have to pay. To a large extent, you will prevent otherwise.
The sensitivity of neodymium magnets to high temperatures can make production and use risky. However, during production, different materials can be added to the magnet and its sensitivity to temperature can be changed. We also recommend that you discuss this with the manufacturer you have decided to work with. We strongly recommend that you convey the temperature of your work area to the manufacturer. In this way, a magnet can be produced that is resistant to a few degrees above your working temperature.