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September, 2021 Archive

TyTek urge customers to check and replenish inventory as Chinese supply chain ‘perfect storm’ could last six months

Power blackouts in more than 10 provinces across the mainland of China have forced global suppliers to suspend operations at some of their factories.

September 30th, 2021 Read More >

Shortages and Delays Continue to Tamper with Global Supply Chain – Just in time for Christmas

Saying scenes at UK fuel stations were chaotic over the weekend is perhaps an understatement. Consumers started to ‘panic buy’ fuel after a shortage of lorry drivers in the UK started to affect fuel deliveries, leading to lengthy queues at fuel stations.

September 28th, 2021 Read More >

Your guide to making the best decision when choosing a magnet for holding applications

Two magnets attract to each other because their fields interact. A permanent magnet is attracted to a ferrous workpiece because magnetism is induced in the workpiece. Therefore, the permanent magnet’s field and the newly induced field in the ferrous part interact and attract.

September 28th, 2021 Read More >

Your guide to making the best decision when choosing a magnet for holding applications

Two magnets attract to each other because their fields interact. A permanent magnet is attracted to a ferrous workpiece because magnetism is induced in the workpiece. Therefore, the permanent magnet’s field and the newly induced field in the ferrous part interact and attract.

September 28th, 2021 Read More >

Can the U.S. compete with China in the Rare Earth War?

Rare earth materials have shaped modern society’s manufacturing and are irreplaceable; without them we would not have touch screen phones, batteries for electric cars, or the latest engines for our military’s fighter jets.

September 13th, 2021 Read More >