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MAGbond® Magnetic Receptive Paint Ready for GlobalShop

Recently, we've been hearing one common request from our retail and POP design customers.  They wanted a magnetic paint that can hold everything from a simple magnet all the way up to our MAGbond® Magnet Media System.  Well, we have good news.  Adams' now has a magnetic receptive paint that will be...

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MAGbond® Canvas to be unveiled at SGIA!

Wide format printers working with hotel, entertainment and hospitality clients know that the opportunities for printing fine art are great if you have the right equipment, and the right materials. Introducing Adams MAGbond® Canvas, a magnet receptive sheet that delivers art quality print...

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What is an Industrial Use Magnet?

For most people, when they think of a magnet they think of a simple item that sticks to a refrigerator door, or a clasp that holds a piece of jewelry together. But there is a whole other world of magnets classified for industrial use. In fact, if you look around your home or office you’ll find a...

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Come See Adams in Las Vegas – and Get a Hug

It’s a moment that comes at almost every trade show. You’ve been on the floor for five or six hours, viewing demonstrations, collecting business cards, and feeling so tired you don’t know if you can take another step. At times like this, you could use a hug. When you feel that need coming on in Las...

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The Magnetic Media Blitz

We knew wide format magnetic signs were an effective way of capturing customers’ attention; now, it seems they have captured the media’s attention as well. The July 2014 issue of Digital Output magazine features a story by Cassandra Balentine on magnetic and magnetic-receptive media. Adams is proud...

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Flipping Earth’s Magnetic Fields – in IMAX 3D

How’s this for the plot of a new disaster movie – the earth’s magnetic field begins to weaken, and then flips completely. The result? Flash floods, earthquakes, meteor showers and other natural and cosmic calamities, none of which prevent Tom Cruise from getting his family to safety. Title: Field...

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Magnet Blog: How Magnetic Viewing Film Works

Magnetic viewing film (also called magnetic viewing paper) is made of millions of tiny magnetic flakes suspended in clear oil.  This oil is then sandwiched between two sheets of plastic.  The magnetic viewing film can then be used to "see" the pattern of magnetization. When a magnet is placed under...

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Magnet Blog: What You Need to Know About Gauss

Many companies that work with magnets in manufacturing use the term ‘gauss’ every day. Some may not know that the term has its origins in the work of a German mathematician named Carl Friedrich Gauss, who used mathematical principles to measure magnetism. Of course, you could probably get by...

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Magnet Blog: The Wide World of Magnets

We’re Expanding Wide Format Magnet Production Now, it’s easier than ever to create magnetic messages that demand attention. Adams has added two new wide format magnet production lines that can fabricate wide format magnet sheet and magnet receptive materials up to 50” wide. That’s more than twice...

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Magnet Blog: Is Bigger Better?

Yes, When It’s MegaMAG! These days consumers are bombarded with messages, so sometimes it takes a little extra effort to stand out from the crowd. That’s why Adams introduced MegaMAG, our wide format magnet that measures up to a full 48” across. Sure, there have been graphic displays this big...

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