The interior radial multipolar fixture has an iron-laminated core with slots in equal number to the poles to be magnetized. Series or parallel conductors are placed inside these slots. The iron-laminated core has a height slightly greater than that of the magnet to be magnetized. It maintains a typical gap from 0.4 to 1mm on the radius, which depends on the diameter of the magnet. The fixture is embedded in epoxy resin and encased in an IP30 box.