Foresee Group is a premier manufacturer of a wide array of hard and soft magnetic materials. Each material is carefully and skillfully produced in-house. Magnetic materials can be used more than anything else for their magnetic properties. The magnetic response of a material is determined by the magnetic dipole moment associated with its electrons' natural angular impulsive force, or spin. A material's response to an applied magnetic field can be characterized as diamagnetic, paramagnetic, ferromagnetic, or antiferromagnetic.
The CIM process produces a nit-shape product that is suitable for high volume production with complex-shaped components and tight tolerances. CIM parts are commonly used in the medical, optical, automotive, and microelectronics industries. Moreover, it is also used in industries that requires complex geometries, different profiles, wall thickness and undercuts.
Magnetic Assemblies, Modules & Motors
Magnetic assemblies are units combining permanent magnets with magnetic and/or non-magnetic components to create a magnetic field in a given space or a strong holding force than a monolithic magnet of the same size. Our automated assembly lines are designed to factor in costs, establish production efficiencies and high quality, reduce or eliminate variability in each assembly and improve safety for employees.
Magnetic modules are products or semi-finished products that realize the application function after magnetic materials are assembled with other materials. It is widely used in motor stators and rotors, sensors, filters, jacks, magnetic separators, magnetic pumps, speakers, and other products or devices.
Precision Magnetic Sub-assemblies
Magnetic sub-assemblies are units combining permanent magnets with magnetic and/or non-magnetic parts to be the interface with other components in the finished product. These assemblies are integral components of motors, smartphones, generators, radar, computers, and a vast array of other devices.
Magnetron & Sputtering Assemblies
Magnetron sputtering is a high-vacuum coating technique that creates high-density films with superior adhesion to the substrate that confine the plasma near the surface of a target. This enhances deposition rate and boosts the usage efficiency of the target material.
Permanent Magnet Motors for Power Tools & Automotive