Neodymium Cylinder - 4mm x 10mm
|Pull Force*||.580 kg|
|Style||Neodymium Cylinder magnet|
|Direction of Magnetisation||Axially magnetised||Dimensions||Height: 10mm|
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.
- $0.95 buy 10 to 99 items and save 19%
- $0.66 buy 100+ items and save 43%
Volume pricing available on request.
Magnetic Product Description:
This rare earth cylinder has a diameter of 4mm and a height of 10mm. It has a magnetic flux reading of 6178 Gauss and a pull force of 0.580kg. Its part number is 21052.
Uses for our rare earth cylinder magnets:
Industrial printing includes products such as screen printing and embroidery, uniforms, signage, brochures and large format posters. Filling these various briefs or orders for clients requires a variety of design skills (graphic designers), as well as an array of sophisticated machines and the skills to use them, to deliver fit for purpose products based on the client’s needs within an agreed budget and within an agreed time frame.
Neodymium cylinder 4mmx10mm magnets are deployed throughout the industrial printing process. In the layout phase, to the finished artwork, then through the various printing machines, magnets offer versatility and ease of use these companies need to respond and adapt in practical ways to each new order.
For industrial printers, form and function go hand in hand. Magnets are initially used as aids in the conceptualisation of images and text: the drawing board. Their next significant deployment is in the printing machines themselves. Magnets hold, release and lock during the mechanisation process of mass producing the original design concepts. Finally the magnets can be used as fastening agents and the like in the finished products themselves. Form and function go hand in hand, so do magnets and industrial printing workers throughout the evolution of the product brief.
These magnets are useful too in fields such as radio communications and other hi tech communication devices. Neodymium-cylinder magnets also find applications in gold digging and other metal detection industries. Mining companies use these magnets in tandem with their modern technologies in some of the remotest and most challenging environments on earth.