Ceramic magnets are generally formed by a extrusion/compression technique which is then followed by sintering. Finish grinding or shaping, when necessary for better control of dimensions, is normally done by using diamond grinding wheels. The material to be molded can be in either a dry powder or wet slurry form. Magnetic performance can be increased in a preferred direction by applying a magnetic field in that direction during the molding process.
Our ceramic magnets are used to adjust a variety of functions. We have all of the sizes, styles and materials that you will need for your various applications. If there isn't a stock size that meets your requirements, we can custom make an industrial magnet for you. Our rare earth magnet product lines include: Neodymium Bar, cube, block, ring, sphere, ball, arc, wedge, and hook magnets as well as Ceramic block, ring, disc, cylinder, and cup magnets.
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