Can samarium cobalt magnets be machined into special shaped?
Ndfeb strong magnet can do finish processing, then samarium cobalt magnet can also do finish processing? Can it be made into irregular shape? And I want to talk to you about that today.
Samarium cobalt has good machining performance and can also be processed into special shapes. It can be processed precisely. However, due to its high cost, most of samarium cobalt is replaced by rare earth neodymium iron boron with strong magnetic field. Generally, samarium cobalt is in the shape of round piece and square. There are few countersinks. Xiaobian once proofed a samarium cobalt square magnet with a thickness of 0.3mm for a Jiangsu customer, which is quite thin and difficult to process.
Courage can help optimize performance and cost with SmCo magnets in grades from 16 to 32 MGOe and temperatures up to 350°C/662°F.