The magnetic field is an invisible magnetic flux that moves from one end of the magnet to the other, as in the image below. This flux is made up of moving or rotating charged particles invisible to the naked eye. If the maximum operating temperature meets the requirements, the permanent magnet can maintain the magnetic field for long or even forever. Neodymium magnets have potential energy, which means they can conserve energy. When the magnet pulls or attaches to something, it will display or release a certain amount of conserved energy and then save or store the energy consumed when the user pulls the animal. The north side of one magnet is always attracted by the south side of the other magnet.

Disc or cylinder magnet
It can be magnetized axially or radially.

Axial magnetization

Radial magnetization

Block magnet
The block is defined by length, width, and thickness. To be consistent, we describe the thickness dimension along the magnetization axis. Thickness is usually the smallest size, but it is not always the case! Sometimes we are asked if we can provide block magnets magnetized by length or width. Yes, we have long “rod” magnets, where the magnetization is the longest. We still define it as thickness.

Thickness magnetization

Ring magnet
Ring magnets can be magnetized radially or axially
Axial magnetization

Radial magnetization

Arc magnet
The arc magnet can be magnetized in four directions.

The outer arc is N pole

The outer arc is S pole

The magnetization direction is tangent

The magnetization direction is in the thickness