- it is not suitable for use as a magnetically receptive surface -
These magnet sheets are a fantastic way of making magnetic signs for vehicle advertising and the high quality sticky backing makes it even easier to apply your designs. These sheets are very easy to cut with scissors and can easily be cut down to different sizes if required. But that's not all they can be used for... They can be hole-punched so you can place your metal dies into folders, making them far easier to organise and locate. This keeps your dies tidy and helps prevent any loss or damage to your wonderful collection!
Magnetic sheet can be used as visual advertising carrier - it can be easily mounted/dismounted onto the surface and it does not damage the ferromagnetic surface as standardly used adhesive foils. The graphics can be realized by screenprinting, offset or other printing technology. Magnetic holding force depends on type and thickness of ferromagnetic surface onto the magnetic sheet will be applied. Magnetic sheet can be easily cut by scissors, knife or die-cut into desired shapes.
Please note, people very often purchase this material without fully understanding what it is used for. We'd just like to take the time to let you know that this material is for making magnets with, and although it is 'magnetic', it is not suitable for use as a magnetically receptive surface, like a fridge is for example. You will require a rubberised steel sheet (or ferrous) which can also be found in our store.
Manufactured after 2013/01/01, The object of the declaration described above is in conformity with DIRECTIVE 2011/65/EU OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL an the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.
Magnosphere - Artikel number
Form / Model
Plain magnetic sheet with self adhesive
|Adhesive force (Kg||32 g/cm²|
frequently used for signage, display and promotional magnet solutions.
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