Flexible Magnet

What Happen to Magnets in the Cold?

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  To be honest most magnets don’t change in the cold.as a matter of fact, some magnets perform better when it's cold . The reason behind this is that the atoms that create magnets vibrate more slowly and in sync when it's cold. This results in a better organising of the atoms that generate the magnetic field, fastening its strength. It won’t be a drastic change, but if you’re curious you can keep an eye on the change with a small experiment. First, you check the strength at room temperature by dipping a neodymium bar magnet into a pile of...

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How to Use Flexible Magnetic Sheets?

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Flexible magnet sheets are attachable to both ferromagnetic and non ferromagnetic materials, if you wish to attach magnets sheets to the above you must follow the following steps:     Step 1: Measure The Sheet  Roll out the sheet and measure it, make sure you have the required measurements.     Step 2: Cut Magnet Sheet  Cut the sheet to the desired size using a pair of scissors, you can also use a cutter.     Step 3: Attach the Magnet Sheet  If the sheet comes wit a laminated face you will need to place the front of the sheet directly over the...

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What are the Advantages of Using Flexible Magnet Sheets for Signage?

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The advantages of using  my flexible magnets for signage and displays: •    They Enhance the design and make signs and displays look better, different and more attractive. •    Allow almost unlimited room for customisation at nearly all stages of the design process. •    Strong energy magnets provide strength to mechanical fasteners and closures. •    Adds an sense of Interaction, good quality that  adds to perceived value. •    Fast updating is an option, which is also neat and capable of being done with minimal tools and  training is not necessary.   Promote environmental friendly use as products are re-usable and...

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How are Flexible Magnets Made?

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Flexible magnets have two different categories ; magnetic sheet and extruded magnetic profiles which are both manufactured in different ways.   Flexible magnetic Sheet Magnetic sheets are commonly 610mm wide and up to 30meters in length. They can be as thin as 0.5mm, but typically tend to be 0.76mm in thickness. Flexible magnetic sheet is on one side magnetised using very thin stripes of north-south-north-south polarity heading downwards towards the length of the sheet. The non-magnetic side is  laminated with vinyl which is often white or brightly coloured. As the sheets are flexible they can be amended or cut using a...

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What Type of Flexible Magnet Should You Buy?

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Flexible Magnets can be used for various different ways, each flexible magnet has a specific feature which specialises it for a particular purpose. My flexible magnet  has a wide range collection of magnets here are there uses:   Flexible Magnet Sheets The best use of a flexible magnet sheet is is for signage and labeling, this kind of sheet is also often used in schools and as a replacement for white boards. In case you wish to create a car sign with these sheets the best kind to use would be the magnetic label sheet  this sheet can pass through a laser jet printer so you can print relevant...

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