7 Applications of Neodymium Magnets

Magnetic pull bait plate

Neodymium magnet is one type of rare earth magnets which can be seen in many daily goods including headset, voice coil motor, guitars, speakers, Halbach array, cordless tools and even hybrid vehicles.
1. Magnetic pull bait plate
Fishing is so popular. There are special fishing TV stations introducing different fishing contest, fishing tips and fishing tackle. I am sure it’s one of the best-loved hobbies all over the world. Have you ever heard magnetic pull bait plate? It’s a fishing tool to adsorb fishhook for easy bait.

Magnetic hanger
2. Magnetic scrubber
Permanent magnets are widely used in aquarium cleaner because you don’t have to empty the tank or touch water any more. This also applies to narrow shape vast or glass door/window.
3. Magnetic gun mount
As all guns have something in common – metal, permanent magnets are ideal for building the gun mount. Use cheap big block ceramic magnets to build a gun mount, instead of small super-strong neodymium magnets or you can find free neodymium magnet in an abandoned computer hard drive.

Magnetic Tools
4. Magnetic beer buff opener
Small beer bottle caps are everywhere when you have fun with friends? Easy in assembly, magnetic bottle opener, can hold dozens of or even hundreds of caps a time.
5. Magnetic screen door
When summer comes, how to keep annoying mosquito or bug out is a big problem for many families, especially for those family that has baby. The magnetic mesh hands-free screen door curtains are the perfect solution to this problem; they are environmental protection without the use of pesticides and allow fresh air in.
6. Magnetic jar holders
If you have many small things taking up room in your cabinets and drawers, and don’t have extra space to hold more things, let’s use magnetic jar.

Magnetic pull bait plate
7. Magnetic hanger
If you are a neat freaks and want everything in order, you’ll love this modern magnetic clothes hangers. These hook-free hangers make it easier to organize your closet.

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Author: Maria Higgins

Welcome! I am a Standford Magnets engineer with over 10 years dedication to the R&D of licensed Rare-earth permanent magnets, Neodymium magnets and SmCo magnets, ceramic magnets, flexible magnets and magnetic assemblies since the mid of the 1980s. I shall keep you well informed of the leading-edge knowledge in the Magnets world.

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