Adams Magnetic Products sells only licensed neodymium magnets.
Why is this important?
Neodymium magnets have Intellectual Property rights related to their chemical makeup and manufacturing processes. There are multiple patent holders and hundreds of patents enforced in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Southeast Asia that require suppliers to pay a license fee for neodymium magnets.
While it is possible to find lower neodymium magnet prices from companies supplying non-licensed products, the risks are considerable. Purchasing unlicensed neodymium magnets is illegal and can result in lawsuits from current patent holders, as well as the detrimental impact to a company’s reputation. Additionally, unlicensed magnet manufacturers often use inferior raw materials and manufacturing processes, which can lead to inconsistent quality and product failures.