Square cube magnet is a particular form of block magnets as a result of size of length, thickness and width are the exact same.
The size of a square magnet is X long, X wide and X high. For example, F50x25x13MM means that the square magnet is 50 mm long, 25 mm wide and 13 mm thick. By default, the last digit in the last part represents the magnetic direction of the square magnet. For example, the magnetic direction of F50x25x13 is 13MM, that is, the magnetic direction of height. NS is on the two largest sides, which is the 50x25 side.
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The magnetic poles of a square magnet can be on opposite sides. Two magnetic poles can be made on one surface if needed.
The processing cost of square magnet directly affects the quotation, which is mainly affected by three factors: quantity (ladder quotation), specification shape and tolerance size. In short, the smaller the batch, the higher the quotation; The more complex the shape, the higher the processing cost. The more stringent the tolerance, the higher the processing cost.
The square magnet has general rectangular shape, trapezoid, hole and sinker.
The square magnet, especially the small square magnet, is used in the micro precision instrument, especially strict tolerance control. If the process cannot be achieved, manual selection is required and there is a high scrap rate.
A bar or square magnet has only two magnetic poles. Naturally occurring within the magnet microstructure is composed of magnetic domain, each a small magnetic domain with a direction of magnetic pole, the whole is composed of magnetic domain magnets to present a general state and the adhesion strength of the magnet inside is the sum of forces between the particles and the magnetic force, when the magnet fracture along the molecular internal binding force disconnect the smallest, and integration in the pole, with the same magnetic force in the position of the state of rejection, the binding force is minimal. Therefore, when the magnet breaks, the two breaks are always in a mutually exclusive state.