A high electromagnetic field (0.3 T-Teslas) was applied during the solidification of Ni-based alloyed splats. Ni, NiCr, NiCrAI, NiCrBSiFe powders were deposited over steel polished substrates using a flame spray and a plasma spray torch. A strong electromagnet was used to produce sufficient magnetic field to induce effects over the splats during solidification. A remarkable change in splat morphology and chemical segregation was identified specially in NiCrBSiFe and the other alloys. Optical microscopy, surface profilometry, and SEM images revealed changes in the regular cracking trends, splashing, and thickness of the splats. This experimental study discusses the possible explanations for this phenomena. The adherence of the coating is the main property to be analyzed with the goal of improving the mechanical interlocking, and therefore, adhesion by engineering the applied electromagnetic field.