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Neodymium Iron Boron Rare Earth Magnet

Rare Earth Magnets Recycling Task Force

The launch of the European Union (EU)-funded SUSMAGPRO project took place in Germany in June 2019.  The four-year project focuses on the sustainable recovery, re-processing, and reuse of rare-earth magnets.  With global expertise on magnets and magnetic assemblies, Bunting is one of several project partners. “Rare-earth magnets are a key component in many frequently used…

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Magnets and Magnetisers at Cenex LCV 2019

Grain Boundary Diffused Neodymium Magnets, Magnetisers and Magnet Setters are the focus for Bunting on stand C109 at this year’s Cenex LCV show (4th – 5th September, Millbrook, Bedfordshire, UK). Cenex-LCV is the UK’s premier low carbon vehicle event.  The show features an extensive seminar programme and the opportunity to ride & drive the latest…

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Magnets In Space

2019 marks the 50th anniversary of when mankind first stepped onto the surface of the moon.  However, not many people know that this momentous achievement would not have been possible without magnets.  In this article, we review the important role of magnets in space. The guidance and navigation system computers for the Apollo 11 spacecraft…

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Supplying Magnets To NASA

Bunting Magnetics are thrilled to have been selected as the supplier of high specification grain boundary diffused Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) Magnets for a NASA project. Grain Boundary Diffusion (GBD) technology enables the heavy rare earth element Dysprosium to diffuse from the surface of a grain around all of the grains boundaries.  Dysprosium is added…

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Matthew Swallow Reports on the UK Magnetics Society Event at LEGO

Matthew Swallow, our Technical Product Manager for magnets and magnetic assemblies, recently attended the UK Magnetics Society’s ‘Magnetic Measurement and Sensors’ event held at the LEGO House in Billund, Denmark (21-22 March 2019).  The event was sponsored by Bunting Magnetics.  Matthew reports back on the exciting and informative two-day event. “It is not often that…

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Sensing Magnets at Magnetic Measurement and Sensors Event

Bunting Magnetics Sponsoring UK Magnetics Society Event at LEGO in Denmark Bunting is sponsoring and exhibiting at a two-day event entitled ‘Magnetic Measurement and Sensors‘ organised by the UK Magnetics Society (21 – 22 March 2019).  The conference is being held at LEGO House in Billund, Denmark. This two-day event will focus on measurements in…

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HYPED Hyperloop Team Sponsored by Bunting

Supporting The Advancement of Hyperloop Technology Bunting Magnetics is sponsoring the HYPED Hyperloop team from the University of Edinburgh.  The team is dedicated to accelerating the development of Hyperloop and implementing technology in the UK.  They will also be competing in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition in the Summer of 2019. What Is A Hyperloop?…

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2018 Review of Magnet News and Blogs

News and Technical Articles on Magnets and Magnetic Assemblies in 2018 2018 has been another exciting year for eMagnets and Bunting Magnetics.  Magnetic technology has never been more important.  Advances in environmental technology such as electric vehicles and wind turbines would not be possible without the simple magnet.  Throughout the year we reviewed some really…

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The Future Is Magnetic

A Review of the UK Magnetics Society’s Ewing Event 2018 This year’s 31st Ewing Event, organised by the UK Magnetics Society and sponsored by Bunting Magnetics, focused on the important role of ‘magnets’ in the future.  Indeed, it is widely recognised that magnetic fields are the ideal, low-energy way for creating motion. At the event, there…

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Injection Moulded Plastic Magnet Assembly

Changing Manufacturing Techniques To Reduce Cost Bunting’s engineering design team was asked by a customer to reduce the cost of a magnet assembly.  The magnet assembly formed part of a magnetic coupling with a specific torque ratio.  However, due to the manufacturing process, the cost of assembly was high. The Magnet Assembly Development Project The…

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