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Neodymium Disc Magnets

Shop our wide selection of super-strong neodymium disc magnets below, listed in ascending order from tiny to small and medium to large.

Pull Force

Neodymium Disc Magnets

Neodymium disc magnets are best for applications that require a flat round fastener to attach and secure components. These powerful rare earth magnets have a flat surface on one side and a curved surface on the other side, enabling them to generate a very high magnetic field. Disc magnets are the most popular and common type of neodymium magnet.

Rare earth disc magnets are often used in arts, crafts, woodworking and cabinetry, model building and jewelry making; for hanging artwork, signs and banners in galleries, schools, retail and trade show booths; in speakers, medical devices and other magnetic therapy products; in science and research projects; and as hidden closures in folders, brochures, binders, boxes, menus and other upscale packaging.

Strong neodymium disc magnets are an excellent choice for anyone in need of a powerful and reliable magnet for their application. Whether you need to secure components on an assembly line, improve the performance of your consumer product, or simply have a strong magnet for a DIY project, neodymium disc magnets are sure to deliver the results you need.


Horizontal vs Vertical Placement

When deciding how much pull force you require, it's crucial to take the magnet's placement into account. A magnet will maintain its listed pull force weight when positioned vertically, such as on the underside of a steel beam or table. Due to gravity and the possibility that the magnet will slide down the attachment surface, a magnet mounted laterally or horizontally, such as on the side of a refrigerator or file cabinet, will only hold 30 percent or less of its listed pull force.


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