May 22-24, 2018, Arnold is exhibiting at the SpaceTech Expo in Pasadena, CA in booth 8018 Arnold provides materials and products used in aviation, satellites, and a wide range of critical applications where quality and performance are of utmost importance. Extreme temperatures and corrosive environments call for RECOMA® Samarium Cobalt; an ideal choice for permanent magnetic applications […]Read More
April 18th & 19th, 2018, Arnold is exhibiting at the BioMed Device show in Boston, MA. Thin metals and custom engineered magnetic assemblies are critical to many new medical device technologies. Attendees can meet with Arnold representatives to explore possible solutions for their designs using permanent magnets, magnetic assemblies and thin metals like titanium.Read More
This week, Arnold engineers and representatives are in Seattle, Washington for the Aerospace & Defense Supplier Summit hosted by Advanced Business Events. Director of Engineering, Aaron Williams, Precision Thin Metals’ Operations Manager, Dennis Lorenz Jr., and Western Regional Business Manager Scott Huang are attending the Boeing conference day and meeting with companies to strengthen relationships […]Read More
Understanding Permanent Magnet Operating Characteristics in your Motor Design. Arnold Magnetic Technologies’ Director of Engineering, Aaron Williams, will be presenting at the 2018 Motor and Drive Conference in Orlando February 8th. This presentation will introduce permanent magnet concepts and calculating where the permanent magnet will operate in a magnetic circuit. Knowing where a permanent magnet […]Read More
E-turbo performance – With an improved understanding of new materials and their application, substantial performance gains can be achieved in high-speed motors.
The demand for continuous improvement drives engineers to push the capabilities of existing designs while adding innovations to augment and/or replace existing technology. New materials applied to these systems and novel applications of technologies can accomplish the goal at minimal risk.
GIA Judges Award Flexmag Industries 2017 Product of the Year for Media – Non-PVC Product of the Year awards and entries will be on display at the 2017 SGIA Expo. Marietta, Ohio — Flexmag Industries (SGIA Expo Booth 2401) is proud to announce its Flexcoat-EZ™ has received the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association’s (SGIA) 2017 Product […]Read More
Wondering what magnet material to select for your application? Attend our tutorial at the ITEC 2017 conference and learn more. Arnold’s Dave Farnia will discuss the impact of magnet material selection on transformers as well as permanent magnet machines. Basic concepts for electrical steels and permanent magnets will be covered, as well as their impact on overall […]Read More
Permanent magnet assemblies and electric machines are challenged to achieve maximum power density in a smaller, lighter package. Join us at the IEEE International Electric Machines & Drives Conference, where we’ll take a closer look at the material technology and motor topology of two high speed applications. Register for IEEE IEMDC – we’d love to see you there. Sunday, […]Read More
Motor designers in markets such as aerospace, motorsports, automotive, and industrial are challenged to continually improve the efficiency of their high efficiency, high switching frequency applications. These applications demand the best magnetic materials, and Arnold L Type laminated magnets maximize performance under extreme conditions. L Type magnets are crafted from best-in-class RECOMA® samarium cobalt and neodymium iron boron materials with: […]Read More
Aaron Williams, Arnold Magnetic Technologies’ Engineering Manager, will speak about magnetic material selection at the upcoming Motor & Drive Systems Conference. The conference focuses on on the latest technical advancements impacting the design and integration of motor, drive systems and motion control for manufacturing, industrial and packaging, as well as automotive/EV applications. Cautions When Selecting Magnetic Materials for Motors Selecting the wrong […]Read More