Disc magnets are thin, flat and circular. The diameter of a disc magnet is always greater than its thickness. Cost effective and versatile, a disc is the most popular shape for a magnet. Functions for disc magnets, like all magnets, are manifold, yet discs are often deployed to hold or join components together. Voids in materials to house these magnets is often achieved via rotary action (drilled), the same circular cross section as a disc.
Sockets for disc magnets in plastics fabrications are very common, especially with the emergence of 3D Printing technologies. Products fastened with discs are sleek, simple to assemble clean and service and preserve the structural, monolithic and textural integrity of fastened materials. Buy Rare Earth, Ferrite or Samarium Cobalt disc magnets!