Rare Earth Magnets & Magnetic Paint: Wall Transformers - Email from
Toyota has developed the world’s first neodymium-reduced, heat-resistant magnet. Neodymium magnets are used in various types of motors such as the high-output motors found in electrified vehicles, use of which is expected to increase rapidly in the future. The new magnet uses significantly less neodymium, a rare-earth element (“rare earth”), and can be used in high-temperature conditions. The newly developed magnet uses no terbium (Tb) or dysprosium (Dy), which are rare earths that are also…
Have you ever trimmed off a nailhead (to make a pivot for a circle-cutting jig, for instance) using a pliers’ side cutter only to have the tip fly willy-nilly into some distant corner of your shop? Spare yourself the frustrating search for it and protect your eyes by placing rare-earth magnets on the side of your clippers or pliers, against the nail. The magnets prevent the trimmed end from ejecting. —Charles Mak, Calgary, Alta.
Miniature veggie magnets A little veggie magnet collection that I made for my mum. They are made of polymer clay, rare earth magnets and I've painted the faces and other details with acrylic colours. Lots of other stuff too!
25- Super Strong Neodymium Rare Earth Magnets-Great for glass tile and scrabble tile - .35" or .5" - 1.5mm Thick
Toyota Develops New Magnet for Electric Motors Aiming for 50 per cent Reduction in use of Critical Rare-earth Elements
Magnetic Koozie - Havana
Magnetic Koozie, waxed canvas koozie, leather koozie, rare earth magnets, beer koozie, tallboy koozie, red clouds koozie, This is not your normal koozie. It uses very strong, rare earth magnets to hold the weight of your full beverage attached to the fridge, stove, your car or any other metal surface while you are working or playing. A clever back loop also lets you attach a string and wear the koozie around your neck.
2/22/18 Toyota's magnet lowers reliance on widely used rare earth element