The Technology Center was built to bridge gaps.
Arnold offers technologies that enable advances in high-performance motors for industries such as aerospace, defense and motorsport. Our electromagnetic research and product development expertise allow us to produce high-quality permanent magnet assemblies for various critical applications. Our professional Team of experts works closely with our Customers to develop quality electromagnetic devices to fit any need and requirements. We provide engineering solutions and electromagnetic material development for a wide range of industries. Professionals from around the world rely on Arnold Magnetic Technologies for superior-quality service and products.
- Designs to maximize performance
- Developing a production ready process
Access Technology Center services by contacting your Arnold Representative.
What can we do to help?
Collaborative evaluation of new technologies
- Leveraging electromagnetic and manufacturing experience
- Internal machine shop for rapid prototyping
- Material Testing
Lighter – Faster – Stronger
Arnold’s material catalog covers several areas:
- RECOMA® 35E, the strongest samarium cobalt magnet in the world.
- Thin metals for use in high frequency electromagnetics
- Carbon Fiber rotor sleeving
- …and much more
Arnold’s Technology Center is located near Madison, WI, in part because of our strong partnership and participation with the University of Wisconsin Electric Machines and Power Electronics Consortium (WEMPEC).
Arnold supports and strengthens relationships with universities around the world:
- University of Wisconsin
- University of Aalen
- Swiss Federal Technical Institute
- University of Nottingham
- University of Birmingham
Arnold’s Technology Center and Engineering Team are actively involved with research and product development projects in the areas of materials science, magnetic technology advancements, rare earths processing and recycling, and other important initiatives.
Arnold partners with and provides support for national laboratories and private research organizations.