Axial Flux Stator Lamination Stacks In China

Lamnow specializes in the design and produces axial flux motor stator laminations, crafting high-quality cores that serve as the backbone of efficient and powerful electric motors.

With a dedication to excellence and cutting-edge technology, we ensure that every component we manufacture meets the highest standards of performance and reliability.

Customize Axial Flux Stator Lamination

We offer custom axial flux motor stator cores for electric motor, and generator, catering to both traditional axial flux stator designs with electrical steel laminations, cutting-edge soft magnetic composite axial motor stators, amorphous axial flux stator cores, and skew slot disc motor stators.

Whether you need a large motor, a small motor, segmented stator laminations, or customized high-speed and high-efficiency motors. Our expertise guarantees meeting your project’s exacting needs. The motor cores are engineered to deliver optimal performance and reliability across diverse applications.

Our custom axial flux stator solutions cater to a across diverse range of applications, including electric vehicles, new energy commercial vehicles, new energy passenger vehicles, vehicle hubs, wind turbines, robotics, industrial machinery, and aerospace systems.

Compared to traditional radial motors, our axial stator cores offer enhanced efficiency and power density, facilitating more compact designs and greater performance in various applications.

In addition, we custom stators for home appliance motors, power tool motors, pump motors, elevator traction motors, rail transportation motors, direct drive appliance motors, drone motors, EV motor applications, etc.

axial flux punching motor stator core
amorphous axial flux motor stator laminations
disk motor stator core
SMC axial flux motor stator core

Design And Manufacture Capabilities For Axial Flux Motor Core Laminations

Material Sourcing Expertise

Lamnow specializes in sourcing and providing expertise in various types of electrical steel, including Non-Grain Oriented (NGO), Grain Oriented (GO), and Cold Rolled Motor Lamination (CRML) steel. The steel lamination thickness is 0.1mm – 1 mm.

Advanced Stamping Capabilities

Our extensive capabilities in advanced stamping processes include progressive stamping, large blank compound stamping, and rotary notch stamping. Global reach and capacity to handle diverse production requirements, showcasing versatility in manufacturing.

Enhanced Motor Performance and Quality

We focus on providing precision lamination solutions aimed at improving motor performance and reducing core loss, thereby enhancing overall motor efficiency. Commitment to helping clients achieve cost savings in the manufacturing process.

On-Time, In-Full Delivery

High-volume manufacturing facilities designed for quality and efficiency, ensuring the timely and complete delivery of client orders. Reliability in meeting production schedules and maintaining consistency in order fulfillment.

Offer Technical Support

Our dedicated design and engineering team is available to collaborate with clients throughout the entire product development process. Support provided from ideation to manufacturing, demonstrating a commitment to being a trusted partner in product design and development.

Other Superior Services

Lamnow offers a range of value-added services beyond basic lamination manufacturing, including annealing, bonding, welding, riveting, cleating, shaft-inserting, insulation coating, winding, die-casting, deburring, wire cutting, and laser cutting.

Our Production Of Axial Flux Stator Lamination Process

Disk Stator Fabricate Process

disk stator fabricate process

In the manufacturing process of axial flux stator core laminations, axial flux technology employs specialized lamination stamping and winding rolling equipment to groove with precision.

This equipment designed for axial flux stator lamination efficiently stamps slots using dedicated dies.

A servo synchronous control system ensures consistent alignment of product diameter from inner to outer regions by regulating stamping frequency and rolling machine speed.

In our factory, we have complete disk stator production lines, including stator punching, rolling, bonding, welding, annealing, and winding.

Silicon steel laminations are essential in producing high-performance axial flux stator lamination cores.

The silicon steel also known as electrical or lamination steel material offers excellent magnetic properties, crucial for optimizing the electromagnetic performance of the stator.

Precision-cutting techniques are employed to shape the laminations according to the stator’s design specifications.

The stacking process involves self-bonding, and glue bonding ensures optimal alignment, reducing eddy current losses and enhancing electromagnetic efficiency.

Silicon Steel To Produce Axial Stators

silicon steel to produce axial stators

SMC Axial Motor Stator Lamination Core Fabricate Process

SMC axial motor stator lamination core

The soft magnetic composite axial motor stator lamination core production process begins with the preparation of SMC core materials tailored to customer specifications.

We employs ball milling and calcination methods to refine soft magnetic materials into fine-grained powder.

Skilled technicians then proportionately mix the powder sample according to axial flux stator core requirements.

The mixture is uniformly pressed into shapes such as plates or pipes, forming molded motor core parts.

These parts undergo sintering or heat treatment to achieve the final soft magnetic axial flux stator product.

Unlike traditional radial flux motors, axial flux motors feature a unique design where the magnetic flux flows parallel to the axis of rotation. This configuration optimizes the magnetic flux path.

The stator winding process involves carefully wrapping insulated copper wire around the stator’s core in a specific pattern to generate the necessary magnetic fields.

Our flat-embedded winding and vertical-embedded winding techniques contribute to the compactness and high power density characteristic of axial flux motors, making them ideal for various motor applications.

Axial Flux Stator Winding

axial flux stator winding

Quality Control For Disk Motor Lamination

2d inspection laminations

Axial Stator Laminations FAQS

Traditional stator laminations in radial flux motors differ from those in axial flux motors. Axial flux motor stator laminations allow magnetic flux to flow parallel to the motor’s rotational axis instead of perpendicular. This design allows for a more compact and lightweight motor construction.

Axial stator cores offer several benefits over traditional radial flux motors. These include higher power density, improved efficiency, and enhanced heat dissipation capabilities. Compared to radial flux motors, axial stator cores demonstrate superior performance in these aspects. Additionally, axial flux motors can offer a more compact design, making them suitable for applications where space is limited.

Producing axial flux motor stator core laminations influences various aspects of motor performance, including efficiency, torque output, and operating temperature. Their design and quality directly impact the motor’s electromagnetic properties, resulting in improved power delivery, reduced losses, and enhanced reliability.

Yes, we often offer customization options to tailor the stator design to meet the specific requirements of different applications. This may involve optimizing parameters such as the number of stator slots, winding configurations, and magnetic material properties.

High-Quality Axial Flux Stator Laminations!

At Lamnow, we specialize in delivering precision-crafted axial flux stator laminations. High-quality stator laminations play a pivotal role in high efficiency and reliability. Contact us now to learn more and take your projects to the next level!