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@countseven I don't think so. Neodymium magnets are a common product. Who buys unmagnetized neodymium compounds? This supply/demand issue would likely drive up the price of something that while is technically easier to manufacture, has no demand.
Why would a titanium shell last longer than a Titanium Nitride shell? Edit: (I should have done any research) but my point still stands. TiN doesn't corrode over time for no good reason. At least according to wikipedia, the corrosion is brought on by repeated mechanical stress. Basically, the finger is the worst place in…