Flexible magnet, also known as magnet sheet, magnet roll, is a type of permanent magnet made of a mixture of magnetic powder (such as ferrite, neodymium, SmFeN) and a flexible plastic or rubber binder. This composition allows the magnet to be easily bent, twisted, and cut into different shapes and sizes without losing its magnetic properties.
Flexible magnets are often used for a variety of applications, such as in advertising magnets, refrigerator magnets, automotive signs, and industrial magnets. They are also commonly used in educational settings to teach magnetism and in crafts projects. Flexible magnets are known for their versatility, durability, and low cost compared to other types of magnets.
Flexible NdFeB is made by mixing neodymium powder with a flexible plastic or rubber binder. They are usually stronger than flexible ferrite magnets and can be used for applications requiring higher magnetic power.
Flexible ferrite, on the other hand, is made by mixing a ferrite powder with a flexible plastic or rubber binder. They are usually less expensive and have a weaker magnetic force and can be used for fridge magnets and car magnets.