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Designing & Manufacturing A Permanent Magnet Dipole Assembly

Posted: November 16, 2020

Magnosphere designs and manufactures permanent magnet dipole assembly, there are many Interconnected variables to be careful with, it is often time important to provide our customers the right magnetic assemblies that meet the requirement. Our experts summarized four (4) factors below to consider, and as with most magnetic assemblies, these factors need to be considered together and not just individually. […]

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Vibration / Haptic Motors for Industrial Applications

Posted: November 16, 2020

When you hold a ball in your hand, you have the sense of its presence. You also have sensory information from your fingertips about the roughness or hardness on its surface, and even have the force feedback when you grip it tightly, all these cases are the tactile sensation. Technology advances rapidly, it is accelerating and changing our work and life dramatically, but what do you think we are missing? Date back to the days when people were using flip phones with alpha-numeric keys, where we pressed physical buttons to enter numbers and text messages, what we are missing is just the physical, tactile feeling that fingers around the keys.

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#Magnets #Linearmotor

Posted: November 15, 2020

A linear motor is the transmission device that converts electrical energy into linear motion mechanical energy without any intermediate conversion mechanism. A linear motor is a flattened rotating motor, typically in flat shape or U shape. […]

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Thin Magnets in Smart Devices

Posted: November 15, 2020

Current technological updates have made devices become increasingly thin, which has put pressure on each industry involved to create components that utilize as little volume as possible. This poses a lot of challenges in magnetics due to manufacturing and the physics of permanent magnets. The largest concern for the magnets is demagnetization. It is surprisingly difficult to keep a permanent magnet magnetized if it is not designed with the intended circuit in mind. Quadrant is continuous exploring new possibilities of thin magnets in smart devices. […]

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WILL AC ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS BE REPLACED BY PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS IN EV?

Posted: October 11, 2020

Permanent magnet synchronous motor Different types of electric motors were introduced earlier. Compares to asynchronous ac motor, PMSM (permanent magnet synchronous motors has advantages as below […]

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FEA for Permanent Magnetic Circuit Simulations

Posted: October 25, 2018

Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and its simulation data play an essential rule for engineers in the product design phase. Magnosphere speaks of FEA methodologies based on years of experiences and studies […]

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Elemental Iron (Fe) - Fundamental Magnetic Element

Posted: October 30, 2018

Iron is one of the most common elements on earth and the foundation of permanent and soft magnetic materials. Quadrant is introducing this element for its expanded magnetic performance. […]

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Latest in Design, Technology and Market Trends Highlighted at the Co-Located MAGNETICS 2018 and Motor & Drive Systems 2018 Conferences

Posted: January 11, 2018

Latest in Design, Technology and Market Trends Highlighted at the Co-Located MAGNETICS 2018 and Motor & Drive Systems 2018 Conferences NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Two industry-leading events, MAGNETICS 2018 and Motor & Drive Systems will once again be co-located, providing design engineers with an […]

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Neodymium vs. SmCo Magnets for Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Posted: September 13, 2016

Permanent Magnets Dominate EV Vehicle electrification is a growing market for rare earth magnets. Consumption of rare earth magnets in transportation is estimated to rise from 7,000 tons in 2015 to 17,000 tons in 2020. Government mandates to reduce pollution, as well as high gasoline prices, are driving users to purchase more environmentally friendly vehicles. […]

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