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Anisotropic NdFeB Plastic Rotor Magnet Technical
Material: Plastic Binders and NdFeB Powder
Method: Injection Mold
Part No.: MPBD-IM05H126
Application: rotor magent
Tolerance: ±0.1 mm
Maximum Operation Temperature: 120 °C
Delivery Time: 15-30 days
Made in China
Injection Molded Plastic Magnet / Bonded Anisotropic NdFeB Plastic Rotor Magnet
MPCO is an industry leader in the design and production of injection molded magnets. These unique magnets are made by mixing magnetic material with a polymer binder (usually nylon or PPS) which then allows the magnet to be injection molded just as any other plastic would be.
Injection molding allows the production of intricately shaped magnets with extremely tight tolerances and a wide variety of physical and magnetic characteristics. PPS NdFeB Magnet
A wide range of properties are possible depending on the type of magnetic material and binder utilized. MPCO offers both Neodymium and Hard Ferrite injection molding capability, and it is also possible to utilize a blend of different magnetic material to produce the desired properties.
MPCO’s knowledgeable product development team will assist you in choosing the optimal combination of binder and magnet material for your specific application. injection molded ndfeb, injection molding ndfeb magnet, Anisotropic NdFeB Plastic Rotor Magnet
One of the greatest advantages of the injection molding process is that a high degree of shape complexity is possible — ie. gears, snap fits and undercuts. It is also possible to incorporate shafts, brushes and other inserts into the process, simplifying the magnetic assembly manufacturing process. Injection molded magnets can be insert molded directly onto or around existing components, often eliminating the need for additional steps in the manufacturing process.