Neodymium Disc Magnets is being used in hundreds of products and assemblies. These high quality, durable magnets can also be easily fixed to their place using small adhesive or pressed into grooves and holes in plastic or wood. Neodymium magnets are most commonly found in stationery products, handheld measuring devices, desk accessories and industrial tools.
The thickness of the magnetized layer depends upon its operating temperatures. Neodymium discs are made from two-hundred hardness metallic alloys, and they are well suited for a wide variety of applications. They are available with a thin ceramic coating that is magnetized, or in a sheet metal construction. The thin ceramic coating provides both excellent malleability and durability but thinning the magnets generally increases cost-effectiveness.
Each neodymium disc magnet has an individual thickness that can be adjusted as needed to achieve the best performance. The number of magnets in each array also affects the cost-effectiveness of the device. The number of magnets is generally inversely proportional to the diameter of the hole to which the magnet material is attached. Thus, a ten-inch hole requires one magnet material per cubic square inch of aperture, and the cost per magnet is dependent on the thickness of the magnet material from one end of the circle to the other. In general, the thicker the magnet material, the lower the cost per magnet.