The History of Neodymium Magnets

The origin of the neodymium magnet dates back to 1885 when Carl Auer von Welsbach, an Austrian scientist and inventor, separated didymium into the new separate elements neodidymium (“new didymium”) and praseodidymium (“green didymium”).  In time, the element names would change to neodymium and praseodymium. Neodymium (Nd) is the fourth member of the lanthanide ‘rare-earth…

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Magnetic Catch Attraction at kbb 2022

Magnetic catches

Bunting’s extensive range of Magnetic Catches will attract visitors to stand T64 at the 2022 kbb show (6-9 March NEC, Birmingham, UK).  Magnetic Catches feature in cupboards and furniture and include the Shaker Magnetic Catch, specifically designed for Shaker kitchens. kbb 2022 is a biennial event bringing together Europe’s leading kitchen, bedroom and bathroom designers…

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