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Title: Magnetic Materials
Description: Supplier and manufacturer of magnetic materials and products for home and industry use. Popular fridge magnets for home decoration and business promotion. Ferrite, alnico, ndfeb and smco magnets of powder, disk or block shape can also be found here.
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