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TechTalk Blog by Dura Magnetics

Magnet Materials Comparison Guide

A customer’s recent four magnet sample request (similar shape/size in Neodymium, Samarium Cobalt, Alnico, and Ceramic Ferrite) illustrates some of the challenges associated with selecting the proper magnet material. Instead of simply fulfilling this request, we took the time to discuss project specifics and learned our customer was interested in reducing the cost and maintaining […]

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Understanding N52 Neodymium Magnet Alloy

At Dura Magnetics, we field occasional calls and emails from customers and prospective customers inquiring about a neodymium magnet grade called N52.  So what exactly is N52, do you really need it, and what are some of the potential challenges associated with this type of neodymium magnetic alloy? N52 is shorthand for a neodymium magnet […]

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Neodymium Magnets

Regular visitors to our site may have noticed a newly revised Neodymium Magnets section.  The new material is designed to better serve the information needs of our different clients, so you’ll see everything from a revised Stock Neodymium Magnets section and a new Available Neodymium Magnet Grades to information on made to print and custom engineered Neodymium […]

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Effects of Heat on Neodymium Magnets: Reversible vs. Irreversible Field Loss

A neodymium magnet may be used to supply a triggering field for a magnetic sensor.  At various times of operation, the magnet may be exposed to a temperature which reduces the magnetic field to a level which the sensor will not be triggered.  Other than during the high temperature exposure, the magnet will supply a […]

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Explaining Various Grades of Neodymium

If you are confused by the available grades of Neodymium or curious about how a grade is assigned to a particular Neodymium alloy, this post is for you.  

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Magnetization Options for Neodymium Iron Boron, Samarium Cobalt, Ceramic Magnets

Our engineering staff frequently fields questions from clients asking about magnetization options for Neodymium Iron Boron, Samarium Cobalt, and Ceramic Block, Ring, Disc, and Arc Magnets.  Typical questions include: Can a disc magnet be magnetized diametrically? What is the difference between a true radially magnetized ring and a radially approximated magnetic ring? Can an arc segment be […]

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