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  1. questionShipping Charges
    How much will shipping cost? To see shipping costs for your order, simply add your magnets to your shopping cart, then enter your country and postcode to see an estimate. If you're concerned about the cost of shipping, please contact Aussie Magnets directly, 1300 287 624. Our cost ...

  2. questionDoes Rust Affect a Magnet?
    What is rust? Rusting is a chemical reaction between iron and oxygen, in the presence of water. The reaction creates a flaky, reddish iron-oxide coating as the iron corrodes away. Given sufficient time, oxygen, and water, any iron mass will eventually convert entirely to rust and disintegrate. R ...

  3. questionArtwork Requirements
    Design Tips: Your magnet is not your business card! Take a look at this example. In most cases, you can afford to remove information that is not immediately relevant to people when they are standing in front of their fridge, etc. Think about your fridge magnet... You might consider including: ...

  4. questionAttaching Magnets in Your Design
    If you need to fasten a magnet to your design or device, you can use either mechanical or adhesive-based methods. Bolts/Screws Some types of magnets, such as our Pot magnets, are specially designed to allow for easy attaching, as they feature threads, hooks, countersunk holes, etc. Sewing Fo ...

  5. questionHow are Magnets Made?
    1. RAW MATERIALS Minerals - such as Neodymium, Iron and Boron - are sourced from all around the world. Many required elements, such as Neodymium, are very uncommon and newver found on their own. They must be heavily refined & processed before the material is useable! 2. MI ...

  6. questionWhich Metals can hold Magnets?
    Magnets can only be influenced by, and attracted to, "ferrous" materials. A ferrous material is any metal which relates to or contains iron. Obviously magnets will not attract to wood, plastic, fabric, rubber, cardboard, etc. Below you will find a list of common building and project materials. ...

  7. questionReturns & Refunds
    At Aussie Magnets, we guarantee our customers the best quality magnetic components for industrial, commercial, scientific and engineering purposes. Our products are carefully inspected to ensure they are free from manufacturing defects and meet our very high quality standards, and are always ...