When Buying Neodymium Magnets

I think the first thing to say is that if you are going to buy a Neodymium magnet for the first time, you should pay attention to its dimensions. You will use Neodymium magnets for the first time, you will not need a very large magnet.

Neodymium magnets are simple and are the strongest permanent magnets ever invented. If you are looking for a much stronger magnet than neodymium magnets, electromagnets may be a solution. Due to their power, Neodymium magnets are also very dangerous magnets. Therefore, if you are going to use a Neodymium magnet for the first time, we suggest you get a small size magnet.

Magnet Dimensions

Well, we talked about how such a magnet can be dangerous. So what’s the ideal size for the magnet you’re going to buy? A magnet, which is probably much smaller than you think, easily meets your need. For example; 20mm cubic meter Neodymium magnet can meet your many needs. 20 mm may seem like a very small size. But did you know that when it comes to Neodymium magnets, you can carry a 20 kg load with a 20 mm magnet?

After giving information about size, we can say that the second point you need to pay attention to is thickness. It will be useful if the Neodymium magnet you will receive is a little bulky. Working with a very thin Neodymium magnet can be challenging.

Except for thickness, it is inevitable to encounter many shape options when ordering magnets. However, if you are new to this area, it will be useful to buy magnet, which is mostly preferred, if you are going to order magnets for the first time. The magnet you get should be simple, cheap, reliable and easily portable. Sphere magnets are slightly more difficult to manufacture than other shapes, although they are often preferred. Therefore, they are slightly more expensive in price compared to other magnets.

In sphere magnets, polarization occurs in small spots on the surface. Therefore, they do not have very high lifting force. Sphere magnets are also susceptible to deform more quickly than other magnets. The reason for this is the polarization form we have just mentioned. Because of this polarization, when you use a sphere magnet, a very small load is placed on it. This causes the coating to crack and wear over time. With the damage to the coating, the magnet begins to rust quickly. To prevent these situations, sphere magnets are delivered to users through special processes.

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