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Block Linear motor magnet

Linear motor magnet:     Linear motor system is cog free for very smooth motion needed in high precision applications and extremely light weight for high speed programs. Used in metrology,semiconductor, laser, and high speed/accuracy assembly process, block magnet helps rated slip frequency is higher than traditional motor in same standard. Read more…

By kylemagnet, ago
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Laminated magnet

Introduction: Laminated magnet mainly used in motor or generator industry, so we call it laminated motor magnet sometimes.Usually laminating rare earth magnet to make them stronger and efficiency for motor or rotor building only. Decrease Eddy Current Loss in High-Efficiency Motors. High efficiency demands the best materials, and the KM laminated Read more…

By kylemagnet, ago
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Educational magnet

Educational magnet Educational magnet are widely used in teaching and playing. Generally speaking, Hard Ferrite or alnico magnet are usually used in the Educational magnets, due to lower cost and good property. We usually paint them in red or blue, or we combine them with other material such as metal, plastic house. In Read more…

By kylemagnet, ago
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arc shape magnet

Why we build magnet in arc shape? Arc shape magnet is moving component of an electromagnetic system in the electric motor, electric generator, or alternator. Its rotation is due to the interaction between the winding and magnetic fields which produces a torque around the rotor’s axis, after thousands of times experiments, we are working with Read more…

By kylemagnet, ago
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Magnet plating

Magnet electroplating: Magnet plating, or we call it coating or electroplating of magnet is necessary to protect magnet from different working environment. Choosing different coatings does not affect the magnetic strength or performance of the magnet, except for our Plastic and Rubber Coated Magnets. The preferred coating is dictated by preference Read more…

By kylemagnet, ago
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Tolerance of magnet

International tolerance: When designing mechanical components, a system of standardized tolerances called International Tolerance grades are often used. The standard (size) tolerances are divided into two categories: hole and shaft. They are labelled with a letter (capitals for holes and lowercase for shafts) and a number. For example: H7 (hole, tapped hole, or nut) Read more…

By kylemagnet, ago
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Magnetic window cleaner

Introduction: Have you ever clean your window outside your house? Even though you are living in a higher building. Risks include slipping on water or soap, and falling from heights. In 1932 in New York, an average of one out of every two hundred window cleaners was killed per year. On May Read more…

By kylemagnet, ago
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Gun magnet

Introduction: Recently, KM created a simple DIY tutorial to make an inexpensive gun magnet mount using a few easily obtainable parts. In the process of building our own, we decided to make a few upgrades on the existed type and wanted to share our results. The materials required for this DIY project is Read more…

By kylemagnet, ago
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Magnetic assembly

Magnet vs Plastic/Iron KM assembly workshop is focusing on magnet with iron/plastic assembling, KM016 is new product which we build a mold with plastic by 3D printing, calculate the pulling/holding force according to request of application. OEM option Existed mold dimension: F53*27*h11, Block shape D43*H31-d6, Round shape   Plastic materials: Read more…

By kylemagnet, ago