Rubber magnets are generally processed into roll, strips, block, sheet, ring, and all other types of complex shapes. They have excellent flexural resistance and flexibility as they are processed through extrusion molding, injection molding, or calendaring. Rubber magnets are also coated with paper, PVC film, UV oil coating, double-sided adhesive, or color die, which is then cut into different shapes depending upon the requirements. As the rubber magnets are flexible, the semi-finished or finished product can be punched, slit, cut, or laminated according to the specific requirements. There are two major types of rubber magnets, namely, isotropic and anisotropic rubber magnets. Rubber magnets are widely used in automotive, aerospace, electrical, and transportation industries.