june 2016




Feature Article



Extending the Limits of the Sm2Co17 System
By Steve Constantinides | Arnold Magnetic Technologies
The 2010-2011 rare earth crisis appears over. Prices are low and adequate raw material is available. Many of the efforts initiated to find a better non-rare earth permanent magnet have ended in disappointment. Programs such as Fe-nitride, core-shell exchange coupled magnets and enhanced alnico are continuing but with limited success to-date and significant hurdles remaining. It is in this framework that revisiting one of the more significant magnet materials seems a reasonable proposition. What material, you ask? Well, the strongest permanent magnet material at and above 150°C, the one with excellent corrosion resistance and superior temperature stability – Sm2Co17. <read more>


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  Sponsored Announcement

Magnetics 2017 Call for Presentations Now Open
Magnetics 2017, being held January 18-19, 2017 at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando, Fla., will focus on the latest advancements in magnetic applications, technology and materials.


Call for Presentations
The conference will have five tracks to address the magnetics market including Market outlook, Rare Earths / Permanent Magnets, Ferrites/Soft Magnetics, Electromagnetics, and Design & Manufacturing. Each track is designed to cover the latest advancements in the applications, technology, materials, and economic development. For more information on how to submit an abstract, contact Heather Williams or visit the website.

  New Products

Custom Magnetics
API Technologies Corp. produces a broad range of custom, application-specific solutions and are a key supplier to many of the world's leading OEMs, serving military, aerospace, medical, telecom, transport, RF and industrial/test measurement markets. <read more>


Programmable Unipolar Hall-Effect Switch with Built In Diagnostics
Allegro MicroSystems, LLC has announced a new unipolar Hall-effect switch with an externally enabled diagnostic function and user-programmable switchpoints. <read more>


New Magnetic Position Sensors for Automotive Applications
ams AG has extended its portfolio in automotive safety compliant sensors with the release of its first magnetic position sensors fully developed using the automotive industry’s program for ISO26262 safety compliance. <read more>


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Electromagnetics | Magnetics/Assemblies | Materials | Software & Design

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  Industry News

Samarium Cobalt Magnets Market Report 2016
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Samarium Cobalt Magnets Market – Industry Trends, Manufacturing Process, Plant Setup, Machinery, Raw Materials, Cost and Revenue” report to their offering. <read more>


New Catalog: Nanometer-Precision Motion Systems with Magnetic Direct Drives & Air Bearings
PI (Physik Instrumente) has released a new catalog of its magnetic direct drives and air bearing technology solutions, including actuators, linear stages, multi-axis gantry systems, and customized systems. <read more>


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Event Listings


tradeIEEE EMC 2016
July 25-29, 2016
Ottawa, Canada

Attend the Premier Symposium for EMC, SI/PI, and RF Engineers

The IEEE EMC Society invites you to attend the 2016 IEEE Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility featuring an embedded Signal Integrity and Power Integrity Conference in Ottawa, Canada this coming July. Engineers from around the globe will convene to experience top-rated technical events and networking opportunities, and explore the exhibition floor. The 2016 agenda features over 200 technical papers, workshops/tutorials, special sessions including focused events on Military EMC and Aerospace EMC. You won’t want to miss the Keynote Presentation by Dr. Robert Scully, Lead EMC Engineer from NASA Johnson Space Center!  Plus, find out about Ottawa attractions, symposium social events, tours, and accommodations. Register Today and Receive the Early Bird Registration Discount!

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