Neodymium Magnet Catalog - Countersunk
Neodymium Magnets Catalog - Countersunk
Magnets For Sale & CMS Magnetics has been known for the sale of top quality magnets for more than 20 years. We have sold to the individual hobbyist as well as industry even magicians. If you think about it you can probably think about how a very strong neodymium disc magnet could be used to pull off some of that hocus pocus.
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Neodymium Countersunk Magnets (Products 1-19)
- Material: 100% New Product Sintered Neodymium
- Diameter Range of Products Listed: .095” - 2.0”
- Thickness Range of Products Listed: .2mm - 2.5”
- Strength Levels (Grade) Range of Products Listed: N35, N40, N45, N50 & N52
- Gauss Rating Range of Products Listed: 11,200 - 14,900
- Pull Strength Range of Products Listed: .035 - 638 lbs.
But what do people use all of those magnets for?
But what do people use all of those Neodymium magnets for? Well you have to understand that the magnets of today are not the same magnets most of us played with as youngsters. The magnets are much more powerful that they were. So it takes much less magnetic material to do something than it did before. These magnets are used in the electronics that we have become so found of. It is true that the invention of the integrated circuit made a big difference in trimming down the size but the neodymium magnet has made every bit a difference as Mr. Jack Kilby did.
One example is the speaker for a modern cell phone uses a tiny piece of Neodymium magnet that takes a fraction of the room that an older ceramic magnet made back in the day.
What you really want to know though is, what would you use one of these powerful magnets for in your daily lives.
Here are a few of the things to include a few photos of some:
Holding some of those fake barn door handles and hinges on your garage door without drilling holes. N52 neodymium discs about ¾ diameter x ½ inch thick will do nicely.
Placing seasonally temporary speakers in the yard up under the eaves of the house. Depending on the speaker size but small speakers should be fine with a ¼ x ¾ x 1 ½ Countersunk neodymium block with holes.
Have you ever had a latch to a glove box or that little trap door to your trunk not actually work? A small neodymium disc magnet attached with a little adhesive works wonders.
There, now you have some ideas to get your creative juices going. Now, think. What within your domain need holding up, holding down or just a little help staying closed?