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Flexible Magnetic Sheet, White Vinyl, Sign Blank, 0.030" Thick, 12" Wide, 24" Length (Pack of 1)

3.8 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews
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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Small Parts
Part Number B005HY9KDM
UPC 095421085057
Material Type Ceramic magnet powder bonded with synthetic rubber.
EAN 0095421085057
Hazardous Material Type Y  Unknown
LowerTemperature Range 0  Degrees Fahrenheit
Number of Items 1
Overall Length 24  inches
Overall Width 12  inches
Thickness 0.030  inches
UNSPSC Code 31380000
Upper Temperature Range 150  Degrees Fahrenheit

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Product Features

  • 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

Product Description

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.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B005HY9KDM
  • Item model number: 08505
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,368 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)

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By A. Weed on August 23, 2012
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I have used magnetic sheeting before when I worked in a sign shop. But this stuff is not quite as good. It comes rolled up in a small tube. Once removed, the magnetic sheeting stays rolled up in this shape with no chance of coaxing it into a flat shape. If you try to flatten it, it will crack in areas as magnetic sheeting is brittle by nature, but this stuff is more brittle than other sheeting I have used in the past. If you put weight on top of it for a day or two, it will roll back up again. This sheeting will not stick to anything until you can get it back to a flat shape! I was very disappointed with it at first because of the issue of it being tightly rolled up just to make it smaller for shipping.

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.
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Although the magnetic sheet arrived quickly, it is of very poor quality. The sheet is rolled tightly in a tube. Even after I allowed it to come to room temperature, when I removed it from the tube and attempted to unroll it, the magnetic backing cracked.

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.
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This is not the fault of the manufacturer, so my review is not really indicative of their quality. I purchased the sheeting to use a cover for metal return air vents (I know you aren't supposed to block them, but I needed to do that to balance air flow in the summer months). The magnetic backing just isn't strong enough to stick to the painted metal. So, it didn't work. Just want to note that in case anyone else is looking to use it for the same purpose. I use cardboard and some tape until I can find something better.
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I was looking for a good, heavyweight magnet sheet to make bumper stickers that I can remove anytime I want. This sheet is more than up to the task. The major problem is that the container is so small that the magnet is rolled up very tightly and when you try to flatten it out it cracks in places. Use caution when you unroll it and let it sit for a few days to expand. Then when it loosens up some you can lay it on a table and place books on it to coax it the rest of the way. Be patient or you'll ruin it!
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By smackey02 on February 1, 2015
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After reading some of the reviews about how difficult this magnetic sheet was to unroll and how it would crack I was a little hesitant to purchase it, but I figured for the price, compared to what my local sign shop wanted for the same stuff , it was worth a try.
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.
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After 2 months, the top, white layer delaminated in spots from the magnet layer. I hadn't even used it yet. I unrolled it indoors, let it sit flat with a small box on the center to keep it from rolling back up. 2 months later, I want to use it, and I see the white vinyl coming up on the edges in several spots, an inch long by 1/4 inch wide and high "bubble" raised up in 3 spots. Wind or weather would take little time to finish that job. I'll use it for fridge magnets or some non crucial arts or crafts project somewhere down the road, not as a magnetic car sign, for sure!
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This 12"x24" magnetic sheet was just what was needed for a magnetic map of the US for my grandchildren. It cut well with my Cricut Expression electronic die-cutting machine with the deep cut blade. I cut a silhouette of the US (finished size ~11x17) as well as the individual states for the kids to place on the map. Strong magnetic sheet meant everything stayed where they put it.
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