Threaded neodymium pot magnets combine a traditional threaded male or female attachment into the actual cup of a north or south facing pot magnet.
Threaded pot magnets are ideal for holding signs, tools and fixtures as well as for other magnetic closure, clamping, fastening, machining and retrieval applications.
Here is a list of the most common uses for these kinds of magnets:
Holding Fixtures: The threaded component allows these magnets to be easily attached to fixtures, jigs, and machinery. They can be screwed or bolted into place, providing a secure and reliable hold. This makes them useful for holding workpieces, securing tools, or positioning equipment in various industrial applications.
Magnetic Mounting: The threaded feature enables these magnets to be easily attached to surfaces with corresponding threaded holes. They can be screwed into place, providing a convenient, secure and removable mounting solution for objects like signs, displays, lights, or cameras.
Magnetic Clamping: Threaded neodymium pot magnets can also be used for clamping applications. By screwing them into place, they create a powerful magnetic field that can securely hold objects together. This is particularly useful in applications such as woodworking, metal fabrication, or assembly lines where temporary or adjustable clamping is required.
Magnetic Tool and Equipment Attachment: The threaded design allows these magnets to be easily incorporated into tools or equipment. They can be screwed onto handles, holders, or brackets, providing a magnetic surface for attaching metal objects or accessories. This feature enhances the versatility and functionality of various tools, allowing for convenient storage or organization of metal components.
Magnetic Fasteners: Threaded neodymium pot magnets can also serve as magnetic fasteners for objects that require frequent removal or repositioning. By incorporating them into designs, such as in clothing or bag closures, equipment covers, or access panels, they can provide a secure yet easily adjustable closure mechanism that relies on magnetic attraction.
- Magnetic Retrieval Devices: Due to their threaded design, these magnets can also be attached to the end of a rod or handle to create magnetic retrieval devices. This makes them handy for recovering metallic objects from hard-to-reach places, such as in plumbing or automotive applications.
In summary, neodymium threaded pot magnets combine the exceptional magnetic strength of a neodymium pot magnet with the security and convenience of a threaded design to give you the best of both worlds.
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