Lamination Stacks For BLDC Motor In China

Lamnow has state-of-the-art facilities, cutting-edge technology, and a team of skilled professionals dedicated to delivering top-notch BLDC motor laminations tailored to meet your specific requirements.

Whether you are in the electric vehicle, drone, robotics, or industrial automation sector, our expertise in producing superior electrical steel laminations positions us as your go-to source for reliable and efficient solutions.

Customized Brushless DC Electric Motor Laminations

As a leading motor, generator, and transformer lamination manufacturer, we specialize in crafting tailored rotor and stator core laminations that meet the unique specifications of customer brushless electric motors. In addition, we customized stepping motors, servo motors, inverse-speed motors, induction motors, AC motors, shaded pole motors, tubular motors, and permanent magnet motors.

HEV motor laminations

BLDC Motor Stator Laminations

We offer outer stator and inner stator laminations for BLDC motors. It is mainly used in the field of automotive motors, including seat motors, wiper motors, power steering motors, oil pump motors, fan motors, etc.

outer rotor lamination

BLDC Motor Rotor Laminations

Our BLDC rotor laminations divide into inner or outer rotor cores. They are suitable for electric vehicles, UAVs, home appliances, robotics, and industrial automation that enhance performance, and reduce energy consumption.

self-bonding segmented stator laminations

Segmented Stator Laminations For BLDC Motor

Segmented stator laminations in BLDC motors enhance efficiency by reducing eddy current losses. Commonly used in new energy vehicles, drones, and industrial automation.

bonded core laminations for drone

Self-Bonding Laminations For BLDC Motor

The BLDC stator and rotor employ self-bonding electrical steel laminations that are widely utilized in compact applications such as electric vehicles, vehicle hubs, drones, robotics, and consumer electronics.

Design And Manufacture Motor Laminations Capabilities For BLDC

Material Sourcing Expertise

Lamnow specializes in sourcing and providing expertise wide variety of materials, including 0.1mm -1mm thickness Non-Grain Oriented (NGO), Grain Oriented (GO), Cold Rolled Motor Lamination (CRML) steel, and 25 micorn Amorphous Metal Alloys.

Advanced Stamping Capabilities

Our extensive capabilities in advanced stamping services include progressive stamping, compound stamping, rotary notch stamping, and axial punching. 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 minimizing 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.

Stator And Rotor Laminations Production Process For Brushless DC Motor

BLDC Motor Lamination Prototype

lamination bonding prototype

We specialize in three different motor lamination prototype fabricating methods: single slot punching, laser cutting, and wire EDM cutting. Single-groove punching ensures efficiency in creating uniform slots.

The laser cutting process employs a focused laser beam to precisely cut through the material, facilitating intricate designs and maintaining tight tolerances.

On the other hand, wire cutting utilizes a thin, electrically charged wire to make accurate cuts, ideal for intricate patterns and complex geometries.

With a commitment to excellence, our brushless DC motor lamination prototypes boast a remarkable lead time of 7-15 work days, allowing for swift development and testing.

Lamination Stamping For BLDC Motor

With 10 years of experience in the industry, we employ cutting-edge techniques such as progressive stamping, compound stamping, and rotary notching to manufacture the best brushless DC motor rotors and stator core laminations.

progressive stamping for motor lamination

The progressive die stamping process efficiently creates intricate shapes and features on silicon steel strips, ensuring precise dimensions and consistent quality for laminations. The progressive stamping technique enhances production speed, making it a cost-effective solution for high-volume BLDC motor manufacturing.

Compound stamping for brushless DC motor laminations integrates multiple stamping operations into a single die set, streamlining the manufacturing process. This technique combines efficiency with precision, allowing for the creation of intricate shapes and features cost-effectively. Compound stamping is ideal for medium and large production of motor core laminations.

The rotary notching process for brushless DC motor stator or rotor laminations is a single-operation notching lamination. Utilizing advanced servo control systems, our rotary notching machine creates seamless notches, reducing material waste and boosting motor performance. This technology is an economical choice for low-volume production or prototyping.

In the production of BLDC motor lamination stacks, our bonding processes involve securely joining individual laminations to form the iron core. We offer two cutting-edge methods: glue dot bonding and self-bonding technology.

Glue dot bonding involves applying adhesive dots strategically, creating a secure bond between laminations. This method offers flexibility and efficiency in stack assembly.

On the other hand, Backlack self-bonding technology utilizes the electrical steel materials coated with bonding varnish to form a cohesive stack without additional adhesives. This process enhances durability and simplifies assembly.

BLDC Motor Lamination Stacks Bonding

motor laminations glue bonding technique

Motor Core Lamination Stacking For Brushless DC

welding motor stators

The BLDC motor core lamination stacking process involves precisely arranging and stacking laminations, typically made of silicon steel, to form the motor’s core.

We offer interlocking, laser welding, TIG welding, MIG welding, riveting, cleating, and gluing methods to complete core assembly.

Our automated machinery equipment has accurate alignment and tight tolerances during stacking. The quality of the stacking process significantly influences the motor’s efficiency, vibration levels, and overall reliability.

Advanced techniques, such as robotics and automated assembly lines, contribute to consistent and high-quality motor core lamination stacking for diverse applications.

The brushless motor stator injection molding process involves encapsulating the stator core with insulating materials through precision injection molding techniques.

The insulation materials, often thermoplastics, form a protective layer around the iron cores, safeguarding them against environmental factors and preventing electrical short circuits.

This process not only enhances the insulation properties but also contributes to the structural integrity of the stator.

The controlled injection molding process guarantees uniform insulation, promoting optimal electrical performance and longevity of the BLDC motor.

BLDC Motor Stator Core Laminations Injection Molding Insulation

stator injection molding insulation

Epoxy Powder Coating Insulation For Brushless Motor Lamination

electrostatic epoxy coating insulations

The epoxy powder coating insulation process for brushless DC motor lamination stacks is a key technique to enhance performance and longevity.

This method involves applying a thin layer of epoxy powder onto the laminations, creating a durable and insulating coating. The coated laminations are then cured through a controlled heating process, forming a solid insulation barrier.

This coating effectively protects the motor against environmental factors, moisture, and potential electrical short circuits. Epoxy powder coating is known for its high dielectric strength and thermal resistance, contributing to improved insulation properties.

This advanced process not only ensures reliable electrical insulation but also enhances the structural integrity of brushless motor lamination stacks, resulting in efficient and durable motor performance across various applications.

The BLDC motor stator winding process involves carefully winding copper wire conductors around the stator core’s teeth.

Our automated winding machines ensure precision, maintaining consistent turns and layering. The winding configuration, whether lap or concentric, impacts motor performance.

After winding, the coils are often impregnated with insulating materials for added protection. The quality and precision of the stator winding process directly influence the motor’s efficiency, power output, and overall performance.

Brushless DC Motor Stator Coil Winding

motor stator centralized winding

Quality Control For Brushless DC Iron Core

quality control for laminations

BLDC Laminations FAQS

Silicon steel, also known as electrical steel, is the most common material for BLDC motor laminations due to its magnetic properties. It helps in reducing core losses and improving the magnetic efficiency of the motor.

BLDC motors are widely used in various applications, including automotive systems (electric vehicles, HVAC systems, etc.), drones, robotics, industrial machinery, consumer electronics, and appliances.

Yes, we offer customization options for BLDC motor laminations to meet specific design and performance requirements. Customization may include variations in size, shape, and material composition.

BLDC motors offer several advantages, including higher efficiency, longer lifespan, reduced maintenance, and improved speed control. They also produce less noise and have a higher power-to-weight ratio.

Choose Superior BLDC Motor Laminations!

Are you ready to elevate your motor performance to new heights? Our cutting-edge brushless DC (BLDC) motor laminations are engineered to deliver unparalleled precision and efficiency. Contact us today to revolutionize your motor-driven applications.