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By Shane Lasley
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3D-printing rare earth magnet EV parts

European consortium develops 3D printable Nd-Fe-B powder Metal Tech News – December 2, 2020


Last updated 7/10/2022 at 2:58pm

Rare Earth Elements VTT Technical Research Centre Finland Carsten Schuh

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Currently, most of the powerful neodymium magnets in electric vehicle motors are manufactured by compacting powders into rough shapes that can be further refined. The 3DREMAG project has developed a powder that can be 3D-printed into the shape required for final application.

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is leading a European consortium developing a new material for printing rare earth magnets used in a wide array of modern products – high-performance motors in electric vehicles and e-bikes, wind turbines and generators, medical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and high-fidelity speakers are just a few of the applications for these powerful permanent...

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