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Polymagnet Demo Kit

The Polymagnet Demo Kit is the perfect way to get an introduction to the range of Polymagnet functions in the Polymagnet Catalog. The Polymagnet Demo Kit is available for sale now from the following partners:

Attach Polymagnets

This design note goes into detail about the attach Polymagnet function, which are the world’s strongest magnets. Polymagnets are many times stronger in attaching to metal than standard magnets but are also safer because they can be tuned to only engage at close range. The reach of the magnetic field can be defined to suit specific design requirements, like not interfering with sensitive electronics like a compass or damaging a credit card.

Align Polymagnets

This design note goes into detail about Align Polymagnets, which reliably align with varying levels of precision for centering, rotational and lateral alignment.

Latch Polymagnets

This design note goes into detail about the latch Polymagnet function, which repel until they are pushed toward each other to a defined distance, at which point they attract and latch closed.

Spring Polymagnets

This design note goes into detail about spring Polymagnets, which rest at a defined distance apart from each other, repel when pushed together and attract when pulled apart.

All About Polymagnets

This design note answers a variety of commonly asked questions about Polymagnets.

All About Neodymium Magnets

Overview of the operating properties of NIB magnets.

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