Magnetic Squares hold steel material during welding.

Press Release Summary:

With strong magnetic holding force, USA-made Magnetic Welding Squares are used to hold steel sheet, plate, or tubing during welding process. Units include large finger hole for setup and removal as well as standard through-holes for mounting and fixturing. Plated poles maintain clean, non-rust surface. To minimize fuzz iron build-up and brake-away handles, select models also feature covered magnets, facilitating removal after welding.

Original Press Release:

IMI Announces... New USA Made Magnetic Welding Squares

Boyne City, MI — Industrial Magnetics, Inc. recently announced that their line of magnetic welding squares, used to hold steel sheet, plate or tubing during the welding process, is now being produced in the United States at their Michigan facility.

Along with moving the production back on-shore, various product improvements were made based on customer feedback while maintaining the same price as the previous imported models.

The revised welding squares feature a stronger magnetic holding force and include a large finger hole for easy setup and removal.   Standard through-holes allow for easy mounting and fixturing and the new plated vs. painted steel poles maintain a clean, non-rust surface.   Select models also feature covered magnets to reduce fuzz iron build-up and "brake-away" handles for easier removal after welding.

States IMI's Strategic Accounts Manager, Peter Friedrich, "We are really excited to be offering an American made product for the North American worker.  Manufacturing this product in-house gave us the design control we needed to better respond to our customer's requests."

For additional information on IMI’s magnetic welding products, please visit their website at or contact them directly at 888.582.0822 /

About IMI: Since 1961, Industrial Magnetics, Inc. has provided innovative permanent magnet and electromagnetic devices to meet customer’s specific requirements in their material handling, workholding and automated or robotic applications.

For more information contact:

Dennis O'Leary

Industrial Magnetics, Inc.


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