How the magnetic sheet material revolutionised manufacturing

When the world of metal manufacturing first began in the late 1970s, it was as a way of keeping factory workers at a safe distance.

This was not an ideal situation, however, as many metal workers would be exposed to radiation and other contaminants from manufacturing as well as other forms of industrial pollution.

In the years since, manufacturing’s use of the technology has dramatically improved the quality of the materials it uses.

Magnetic sheets are a new kind of manufacturing process that use magnetic materials instead of traditional metals, in this case stainless steel and iron.

Magnetic sheet metal is a lightweight metal that is made by welding together the magnetic material that forms the material’s core.

The welding process uses a magnetic material, known as an ionic material, to form the core of the metal, which then undergoes a magnetic flux before being cast.

This process creates a sheet of a material that has a magnetic surface.

Because it is flexible, magnetic sheets can be used in many different ways.

Magnetic plates are also used in a wide range of applications, including solar panels, to hold the light-absorbing material used in them.

Magnetic striping has the potential to make the material available to the manufacturing industry and help it move from a cost-intensive process to a lower-cost one, which will ultimately save money and help to tackle the global climate change problem.

This article first appeared in The Conversation.

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