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 **Alphaform** - trade name for group of [[magnetodielectric material|magnetodielectric materials]] manufactured by [[Fluxtrol Inc.]] **Alphaform** - trade name for group of [[magnetodielectric material|magnetodielectric materials]] manufactured by [[Fluxtrol Inc.]]
  
-Alphaform has similar magnetic properties to such materials like [[Fluxtrol]],​ but it is delivered in a formable state so that it can be modelled into desired shape. A flux concentrator made from Alphaform can be easily retrofitted to an existing induction coils, but with wider mechanical tolerances ​due to the manual shaping process. The product is a [[soft magnetic composite]] based on thermal-curing epoxy binder. The resin cures by exposing to temperature up to 190°. After curing and during normal operation the part can be exposed to 225° for prolonged periods, and up to 300° for short intervals.[(LF)]+Alphaform has similar magnetic properties to such materials like [[Fluxtrol]],​ but it is delivered in a formable state so that it can be modelled into desired shape. A [[flux concentrator]] made from Alphaform can be easily retrofitted to an existing induction coils. Manual shaping of such flux concentrator might result ​with wider mechanical tolerances ​than it is the case for machined parts 
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 +The product is a [[soft magnetic composite]] based on thermal-curing epoxy binder. The [[resin]] cures by exposing to temperature up to 190°. After curing and during normal operation the part can be exposed to 225° for prolonged periods, and up to 300° for short intervals.[(LF)]
  
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