MagneTalk Technical

Why N42 Magnet can operate well beyond 80°C?

When choosing a magnet for high temperatures, it’s a common mistake to simply rely on the maximum working temperature specified on the neodymium magnet grade data sheet. This only holds true when the length-to-diameter (L/D) ratio is 0.7. N M H SH UH EH 80°C 100°C 120°C 150°C 180°C 200°C Maximum working temperature of different neodymium magnet grades when L/D ratio is 0.7 Body Build Analogy When explaining this concept to engineers, I frequently use…

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Polar-Anisotropic Ring Magnet

Explaining the benefits and design rules of polar-anisotropic multipole ring magnets can be a bit tedious. To make it easier for you, as an electric motor engineer, I’ve written a brief post listing the key points for quick understanding. Advantages of Polar-Anisotropic Ring Magnets Design Guideline for Engineers We have currently produced polar-anisotropic rings with outer diameters ranging from 4.5 mm to 43 mm. Larger or smaller magnets are not impossible but are waiting to…

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Beyond Magnet: My 2024-2030 Blueprint

I consciously decided to share my six-year business plan with the market, rooted in my extensive experience in the permanent magnet industry. From this strong foundation, my objective is to deliver exceptional project support and manufacturing services to businesses across the USA. Background The Saturated Market of Neodymium Magnets My journey began as a sales manager, marketing and selling neodymium magnets produced in China to various countries. However, the neodymium magnet sector has been saturated…

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Fusing Plastic Business and Marketing: Bridging Ideas with Action

Inspiration hit me after today’s dinner. Lately, I’ve been immersing myself in two subjects: the plastic business and B2B online marketing. I’ll admit, my learning approach has been a bit scattered. But my end goal is crystal clear: I aim to apply my marketing skills to give a significant boost to my future magnet and plastic business. However, putting marketing theories into real-world practice is a whole different ball game. There’s a lot to consider—webpage…

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Dyson’s Autobiography: Failure, Brand Power, Magnet Tech

I’ve been reading James Dyson’s autobiography this week, and I was inspired to write a post discussing three main aspects: Lesson about Failure Firstly, I was astonished to learn that Sir James Dyson faced 5,126 failures before finally inventing the cyclonic vacuum system for efficiently collecting and separating dust from a flow of air. Dyson viewed failure as a normal part of his everyday work. As a sales professional, this makes me think about the…

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