- Flexible sheet is magnetic on one side and white vinyl on the reverse
- Vinyl surface is printable
- Strength rating is 85 pounds of pull per foot
- Withstands temperatures from 0 to 150 degrees F
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Flexible Magnetic Sheet, White Vinyl, Sign Blank, 0.030" Thick, 12" Wide, 24" Length (Pack of 1)
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Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||Small Parts|
|Material Type||Ceramic magnet powder bonded with synthetic rubber.|
|Hazardous Material Type||Y Unknown|
|LowerTemperature Range||0 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Number of Items||1|
|Overall Length||24 inches|
|Overall Width||12 inches|
|Upper Temperature Range||150 Degrees Fahrenheit|
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The flexible magnet sheet is magnetic on one side and white, printable vinyl on the reverse, and is suitable for creating magnetic signage. It has a strength rating of 85 pounds of pull per foot. The sheet withstands temperatures from 0 to 150 degrees F. It can be cut with scissors, knife, or die.
Flexible magnets can be easily cut and shaped for a range of applications. They are produced by mixing powdered iron or ferrite with a rubber or plastic binder, and then extruding or rolling into the desired shape. Flexible magnets can have adhesive backing and be laminated with a printable vinyl coating. Flexible magnets are typically magnetized with multiple poles on one surface to generate a stronger holding force. High-energy flexible magnets can sometimes be used in place of ceramic materials if tight tolerances are not required. The application temperature range is determined by binder material properties.
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I then found a solution was to use a heat gun to flatten it. I laid it on top of a steel surface so that it would have something to help it magnetically stick down to and so the heat gun would not ruin any other laminate or wood surfaces. I then ran the heat gun over it several times until the sheeting became warm, started to flatten some, and became more pliable. I then worked my hands over those parts helping it flatten out. Once I got it flat all the way, I let it cool for 15 minutes. This worked perfectly and now I have a flat, usable product. If you don't have a heat gun handy, then a hair dryer might also work since a hair dryer is just a low powered version of a heat gun.
I took one star off for the roll problem, and another star off for it not being as magnetic as it should be.
I finally got it unrolled and laid it flat on the floor and placed some books upon it to flatten it out. After a day, when I removed the books, the sheet rolled back up AND in four places the white vinyl side had buckled, leaving 12 inch creases that could not be smoothed out. The magnetic backing also cracked further while I was cutting it into smaller pieces. I was able to salvage about 2/3 of the sheet but had to cut it into small pieces (some as small as 1 1/2" x 4") to use it. The pieces all remained partially curled up.
It did arrive rolled in about 1-1/2" diameter tube, but as common sense would tell you I let it warm up to room temperature before I tried to unroll it. After unrolling it I stuck to the top of our cloths dryer (my wife just happened to be doing laundry that day) for several hours. It remained perfectly flat after that, no cracking, or other problems as some peole have mentioned. The smooth white surface was ideal for applying my company logo to. So far the signs have stuck to my truck doors just fine, even after doing 80 mph on the freeway in the rain. I would highly recommend this magnetic material to anyone wanting to make signs, it seems to be prefect for that purpose.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It is a magnet on a roll, they work fine but they are really thin. Also I can't get them to actually flatten back out but other than that I have no complaints.Published 1 month ago by Michael M.
After 2 months, the top, white layer delaminated in spots from the magnet layer. I hadn't even used it yet. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Colorado Bud
I was disappointed. The sheet was barely magnetized. It comes in a roll and the magnet was not strong enough to flatten out against a sheet of metal and could barely hold itself on... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Stephen Paul Linder
The strength of the magnet was not what I expected. I thought it would be much stronger.Published 2 months ago by Mark K
I don't like putting stickers on my vehicle, so I put them on magnets first. I had to "press" the new magnets between some books for a day or two to flatten it out a bit... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amy Rether
This was a great deal and just what I needed. I have used it on my vehicles for a few months now with no issues. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Candew
Used to make vent covers for winter., A little bit of a pain to get the material to flatten out as it is sent rolled up, but putting it on a refrigerator door for a few days seemed... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Pa from CT