There are many ways of magnetization of magnets. Among them, magnetization through the thickness direction is more common. There is a foreign web page to ask, what does magnetization through the thickness direction mean? Today, I will introduce you to pictures and texts.
Schematic diagram of magnetization of various shapes through the thickness direction
The above is a schematic diagram of several common magnets on the market that are magnetized in the thickness direction, like a circular magnet. Thickness magnetization means that the strong magnetic surface is on the upper and lower sides, not on the side. The magnetized surface of the square magnet in the thickness direction is the long and wide surface, which mainly depends on how you use it.
Thickness direction magnetized magnet adsorption mode
Some people will ask the difference between axial magnetization and thickness direction magnetization. In fact, the two are almost the same. Thickness direction magnetization is more widely used. Axial magnetization usually refers to circular, annular, cylindrical and other shapes. The thickness direction magnetization also includes square, rectangular block magnets, arc magnets, triangles, polygons and other magnets.
Through the above introduction, I think you should understand. If the magnet needs special magnetization, please contact us.
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