Electric Motor Lamination Bonding

As a trusted motor lamination manufacturer in the automotive, power tools, and industrial sectors, we provide custom motor lamination bonding services to meet client needs.

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lamination bonding services

Precision And Innovation

Our specialized bonding services ensure the creation of high-performance laminations, tailored to meet your unique specifications.

Customized Bonding Electrical Steel Laminations

Whether automotive, industrial, transportation, or energy, tailored to meet your unique specifications, our advanced bonding techniques ensure optimal performance, reduced energy losses, and increased durability.

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Self-Adhesive Motor Laminations

Self-bonding stator and rotor lamination stacks are employed in electric motors, generators, and transformers. The bonding lamination has higher performance.

self-bonding segmented stator laminations

Self-Bonding Segmented Stator Laminations

Segmented stator laminations use bonding electrical steel laminations technology is ideal for electric vehicles motors or wind turbine generators.

adhesive lamination for electric vehicle motor

Adhesive Lamination For New Energy Vehicle Motor

BLDC motor lamination bonding for electric vehicles, improved heat dissipation, reduced vibration, and optimized electrical conductivity.

adhesive lamination for new energy vehicle hub motor

Bonding Stator Rotor Of Automotive Hub Motor

Bonding automotive in-wheel motor stator and rotor enhances torque delivery, reduces vibration, and ensures superior durability for electric vehicles.

bonded core laminations for drone

Bonded Core Laminations For Drone

Whether it’s for industrial, agriculture, or aerial photography UAVs, bonded core lamination improved power-to-weight ratios, extended flight times.

bonding transformer core lamination

Bonding Transformer Core Lamination

Whether applied in power distribution networks, industrial facilities, or renewable energy systems, the bonding EI laminations minimize core losses.

Lamination Core Bonding Capabilities

Motor lamination bonding refers to the process of bonding laminations together to form the core of the motor. Bonding may be used to reduce interlaminar loss and corrosion. The bonding core provides the necessary magnetic circuit for efficient energy conversion.

Lamination Bonding Prototype

lamination bonding prototype

Lamination bonding in prototype processes involves laser cutting or wire EDM cutting silicon steel laminations through adhesive bonding.

This method allows for the exploration of novel designs and materials, facilitating rapid iteration and refinement of prototypes.

Engineers and designers utilize lamination bonding to assess the feasibility and functionality of new concepts before committing to mass production.

Its versatility and ability to simulate real-world conditions make lamination bonding an essential step in the prototyping process.

Electric motor lamination glue dot bonding is a key process within electric motor fabrication, optimizing the stability and performance of motor cores.

This technique involves the application of insulated adhesive bonding agent dots directly within the die, strategically placed to secure laminations made of materials like silicon steel.

The cores, with glue dots applied, undergo a curing process in ovens, resulting in a fusion of the laminations.

Glue Dot Bonding

glue bonding laminations

Full Surface Bonding

full face bonding lamination

In the lamination self-bonding process, the silicon steel materials have full surface coated bonding varnish. The motor laminations create a secure and durable bond without external adhesives.

The coated laminations then undergo an oven-curing process, where the adhesive is heated to fuse and solidify, creating a strong and durable bond.

This approach enhances the structural integrity of the motor core, reducing the likelihood of vibrations and ensuring optimal magnetic energy transfer during operation.

Benefits Of Bonding Stator And Rotor Lamination

Incorporating bonded laminations in motor design is a strategic choice that positively impacts efficiency, reliability, and innovation in the electric motor industry.

Enhanced Structural Integrity

Bonding laminations together creates a unified and robust structure, minimizing the risk of mechanical failure and ensuring long-term reliability.

Reduced Eddy Current Losses

Proper stator and rotor core stacks bonding minimizes eddy current losses, optimizing energy efficiency and reducing heat generation.

Improved Magnetic Energy Transfer

Bonded laminations contribute to efficient magnetic energy transfer, enhancing the motor's overall performance and energy efficiency.

Thermal Stability

The bonded structure enhances thermal stability, crucial for motors operating in variable temperature environments.

Vibration Reduction

The bonding process reduces vibrations within the motor, leading to quieter operation and extended lifespan.


It is a cost-effective solution to reducing the need for additional bonding and enhancing overall motor performance.

Bonded Motor Iron Core Quality Control

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bonding electrical steel

Materials Used In Motor Lamination Bonding

Commonly used bonding materials include EB540, EB546, EB548, EB549, Magna-Tac E645, Magna-Tac F310, 3M™ Scotch-Weld™ 2290, MX-6272, Magna-Tac TR-8899, Suralac 9000, PE75W, PE49, etc.

The rotor and stator core lamination materials are silicon steel, various alloys, etc.

Bonded Lamination Stacks Related Services

Insulation Coating

We offer injection molding and electrostatic epoxy powder coating processes to achieve motor iron core insulation.

Stator Winding

The stator winding includes automatic winding or hand-winding processes to ensure precision and reliability in coil placement.

Motor Stamping

Motor lamination stamping includes progressive stamping, compound stamping, and rotary notching to cut and shape silicon steel.

Adhesive Motor Lamination Manufacturer

Our state-of-the-art facilities, cutting-edge technology, and a skilled team ensure precision in every step of the manufacturing process. With a commitment to meeting global standards, we provide customized solutions, competitive pricing, and on-time delivery. 

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Lamination Bonding FAQS

Adhesive motor lamination is widely utilized in industries such as automotive, aerospace, and industrial. It finds applications in the manufacturing of electric motors, generators, and transformers.

The Backlack adhesive bonding process enhances structural integrity, minimizes vibrations, and improves thermal performance, contributing to efficient and reliable operation in various industrial sectors.

The prototyping time for bonding lamination typically takes around 15 days. This duration includes the process of designing, testing, and refining the prototype to meet specific requirements. Efficient prototyping ensures that the final bonded laminations meet quality standards and performance criteria within a reasonable timeframe.

Factors such as temperature resistance, mechanical strength, and application requirements are crucial when choosing a bonding material for motor laminations. The material should align with operational demands.

The choice of bonding material can impact the motor’s thermal conductivity, resistance to environmental factors, and overall mechanical strength. It’s essential to select a material that aligns with the motor’s operational requirements.

In addition to bonding, we provide rotor and stator lamination stacking including laser welding, TIG welding, MIG welding, riveting, cleating, interlocking, rotor shaft insertion, etc.

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