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Could This Be The Future of Rare-Earth Magnets?

Science is pretty amazing. Take, for example, a recent development whereas researchers at the Tohoku University in Japan did something amazing: they built an artificial, rare-earth magnet in just ten days. Their magnetic object is a rare-earth free FeNi magnet with high levels of iron and nickel– magnet material that is otherwise typically found in… Read more »

Rare Earth Magnets Benefit Businesses in Many Industries

If you’re a regular reader of our blog, you know that we talk a lot about our own products, the magnet industry in general, and the state of manufacturing in the United States. Concerning magnets, they play a really big role in manufacturing across different industries. Rarely do we talk about the role magnets are… Read more »

New Ways of Recycling Rare Earth Magnets

Rare earth magnets are the strongest type of permanent magnets made on the planet today as they are made from alloys of rare earth metals. They’re aptly named because they’re hard to come by—they are rare! The rare metals have to be mined and purified and that costs a lot of time, money, and energy…. Read more »

Rare Earth Neodymium or Ceramic-8 Magnetic Head Pulleys

IPES International’s magnetic pulleys are used in conveyor systems to remove ferrous metal from the product flow. They’re offered in two types: Rare Earth Neodymium or Ceramic-8. Ceramic magnets came into existence in the 1950s, and in the 1980s neodymium magnets were invented. So what’s the difference? Ceramic magnets are made out of powdered barium… Read more »