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Round Shaped Double Sided Countersunk Magnets

Countersunk holes (screw holes) magnets are more common, the current market demand for larger mainly round, square, rectangular, arc-based, today this article will introduce you to a more special round magnet with countersunk holes, which has 2 countersunk holes.

Let's start with a dimensioned drawing of a double-sided countersunk magnets

drawing of a double-sided countersunk magnets

Double sided countersunk magnet ring is a specially designed magnet with two countersunk holes structure, which is usually used to fix the magnet on the surface, making it easier to install and fix it aesthetically.

Double sided countersunk hole magnets are usually made of rare earth permanent magnetic materials such as neodymium iron boron or samarium cobalt, both of which have high magnetic properties and can provide strong magnetic force, with the magnetic lines of force densely concentrated near the center countersunk hole.

These magnets with countersunk holes on both sides are suitable for use in a variety of electromagnetic devices due to their compactness and stable magnetic properties. Diameter sizes can range from a few millimeters to tens of millimeters, and double-sided countersunk hole magnets can be customized in different diameters and heights to suit your application scenario.

At present, our shipments are still dominated by single sided countersunk magnets with default thickness magnetization, if you have personalized sizes, special coatings, you are welcome to get the latest price by leaving a message online or sending us an email.

Click on the link to view a variety of neodymium countersunk magnets in different sizes and shapes.

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How to customize neodymium magnet with M4 countersink hole?

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