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Manufacturing process of magnet( HELP!)

Manufacturing process of magnet( HELP!)

Manufacturing process of magnet( HELP!)

Can someone give me details on how and what are the manufactureing process of making magnets(neodymium). thanks!

RE: Manufacturing process of magnet( HELP!)

Did you try Google?

Stick this phrase in there: how neodymium magnets are made

Here are the first four hits, since I was curious and I felt like looking it up myself:





Best to you,

Goober Dave

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RE: Manufacturing process of magnet( HELP!)

Following Steps are for sintered NdFeB Magnet
1. Raw Material mixing
2. Strip Casting
3. Hydrogen Decrepitation
4. Jet Milling
5. Pressing
6. Sintering
7. Annealing
8. Machining
9. Coating
10. Magnetizing
11. Inspection
12. Packing
13. Forwarding

Can you please share me the information why you need the process and what kind of magnet you're interested in and for what application

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