They don't come much smaller than this! Here is the equivalent to our smallest cube. It's hard to believe, but this little disc magnet with a diameter of 1 mm and a height of 1 mm is still strong enough to pin a little note to the wall; provided there is no wind... Universities or research labs sometimes request such small magnets, for instance, to secure tiny items under a microscope.
|Tolerance||+/- 0,1 mm|
|Direction of magnetisation||axial (parallel to height)|
|Strength||approx. 31 g (approx. 0,304 N)|
|Max. working temperature||80°C|
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