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How do NdFeB magnets come out?

NdFeB magnets, as the name implies, are mainly composed of neodymium, iron, boron and other raw materials. According to the design performance requirements, relevant raw materials such as copper, aluminum, dysprosium, terbium, etc. are added, put into a melting furnace, melted into alloy pieces, and then crushed. Large pieces are broken into small pieces, and small pieces are broken into particulate powder. According to the design performance requirements, air flow mill or hydrogen crushing equipment will be used. After crushing, it is die-cast and molded, then put into a sintering furnace for sintering, and after being discharged from the furnace, it is processed into all the shapes we have seen so far: square magnets, disc magnets, ring magnets, tile magnets, triangles, magnetic balls, etc., which are magnetized and packaged for shipment after galvanizing or nickel. Ben


NdFeB magnets, as the name implies, are mainly composed of neodymium, iron, boron and other raw materials. According to the design performance requirements, relevant raw materials such as copper, aluminum, dysprosium, terbium, etc. are added, put into a melting furnace, melted into alloy pieces, and then crushed. Large pieces are broken into small pieces, and small pieces are broken into particulate powder. According to the design performance requirements, air flow mill or hydrogen crushing equipment will be used. After crushing, it is die-cast and molded, then put into a sintering furnace for sintering, and after being discharged from the furnace, it is processed into all the shapes we have seen so far: square magnets, disc magnets, ring magnets, tile magnets, triangles, magnetic balls, etc., which are magnetized and packaged for shipment after galvanizing or nickel.

Source: magnet manufacturers Youlian Magnetic Industrywww.youliancy.com

 

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