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MASTER MAGNETICS 3/8 in. Neodymium Rare-Earth Magnet Discs (12 per Pack)
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MASTER MAGNETICS

3/8 in. Neodymium Rare-Earth Magnet Discs (12 per Pack)

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Use Super Magnets 3/8 in. Neodymium Rare-Earth Magnet Discs (12 per Pack) for a wide variety of temporary fastening jobs. These ring-shaped magnets are made of neodymium and offer up to 1.5 lb. of pull.

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  • Suitable for a wide variety of temporary fastening jobs
  • 1.5 lb. maximum pull
  • Neodymium material
  • Ring shape
  • 0.060 in. thickness
  • Neodymium magnet
  • .125" inner dia.

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Will these magnets stick to each other

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I think what you're asking is whether the forces between magnetic domains push them toward pointing opposite ways. That actually depends on whether the domains are side-by-side or end-to-end. If you picture the domains as little arrows pointing up or down, side-by-side ones tend to point opposite directions but end-to-end ones tend to line up the same way.
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I think what you're asking is whether the forces between magnetic domains push them toward pointing opposite ways. That actually depends on whether the domains are side-by-side or end-to-end. If you picture the domains as little arrows pointing up or down, side-by-side ones tend to point opposite directions but end-to-end ones tend to line up the same way.
Think of it this way. If you have two bar magnets, each has a North pole and a South pole.
If the two magnets have their two N poles pointing up then when they are side by side they will repel each other but when they are head-to-tail they will attract. In the other case when one has a N pole pointing up and the other has a S pole pointing up then they will attract each other when they are side by side but repel when they are head-to-tail.
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Yes, magnets will attract and cling to each other.
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Yes they will. They will support 1.5 pounds each (e.g; magnet to ferrous metal). If combined they will support slightly over that (e.g; magnet to magnet).
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measurement of inside ring

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What is the diameter of the inside ring?
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Inside diameter is 1/8". A #6 machine screw will not fit through the hole. I had to file down the screw threads slightly until it fit through the hole.
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will the 3/8 in. neodymium rare-earth magnet disc find studs in tile shower?

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Sorry, but no. They do not have that much strength.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Super Strong These magnets are super strong for their size but be very careful when installing them as they are very brittle and crack easily. May 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked well for what I needed. I installed them in window alarm system. I used these for the window magnet on home alarm system. I did need to instal washers with them. Worked like a charm. March 22, 2016
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