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TyTek Magnetics are going back to Anaheim

The team from TyTek Magnetics will be heading way out west once again to Anaheim to meet with you to discuss your magnetic assembly requirements and issues.Chris Tyler In Anaheim
 
Connect with over 20,000 engineers and executives, including our very own magnetic assembly experts, who are ready to forge business partnerships with you. You can also continue for professional development by learning from a host of industry luminaries who will be presenting their insights.
 
This is your chance to find attractive assembly answers to your current design engineering challenges while keeping up with our latest innovations that are reshaping the industry.
 
President, Chris Tyler (pictured) said: "Our expertise in magnet assembly work offers the potential for additional substantial savings and we have a diverse range in magnets available.

"We can produce a ferrite magnetic assembly using sintered, extruded and injection molded processes. Additionally, we produce rare earth magnets of sintered samarium cobalt, extruded neodymium and samarium cobalt, injection molded neodymium and samarium cobalt and rare earth assemblies."

We look forward to seeing you there.