Lamination Stacks For Servo Motor In China

Servo motor laminations form the definitive iron core of high-performance motors, driving machinery with efficiency and accurate movement in a wide range of industrial and automation applications.

At Lamnow, we specialize in the design and manufacture of servo motor stator rotor laminations, ensuring that our products meet the exacting standards required for optimal servo motor performance.

Custom Electric Motor Laminations For Servo Systems

As a leading servo motor rotor stator lamination stacks manufacturer in China, Our customized electrical steel laminations for servo motors that precise speed and position control, rapid response times, and high torque at low speeds. Lamnow high-quality servo motor rotor and stator laminations core are suitable for robotics, CNC machinery, automation systems, aerospace, and medical devices. We offer wide solutions to meet the needs of domestic and foreign users for motor laminations.

AC servo motor lamination

AC Servo Motor Laminations

The AC servo motor core comprises several parts, including a stator, and rotor. It is widely used in automatic control, automatic recording and other systems, punch press, printing equipment, laser processing equipment, and automatic production lines.

DC servo motor laminations

DC Servo Motor Laminations

DC servo motor cores, vital for dynamic applications like respark machines, manipulators, and confidential machines, consist of meticulously stamped laminations. These motor iron cores enable precise control, reliability, and performance in various machinery.

segmented servo motor lamination

Segmented Servo Motor Laminations

Spliced servo motor laminations enhance flexibility and customization in motor design. These precisely segmented components allow for tailored configurations, optimizing performance, and efficiency.

Design And Manufacture Motor Laminations Capabilities For Servo Systems

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 processes 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 Lamination Stacks Production Process For Servo Motor

Servo Motor Laminations Prototype

lamination bonding prototype

Our servo motor stator and rotor lamination prototype process combines precision and efficiency, offering two cutting-edge techniques: laser cutting and wire cutting.

Leveraging state-of-the-art technology, our laser cutting process ensures meticulous, high-speed fabrication, delivering intricate designs with unparalleled accuracy.

Meanwhile, our wire-cutting process excels in handling diverse materials, providing flexibility in prototype development. We have multiple slow wire-cutting machines including low-speed, medium-speed, and high-speed.

With a commitment to rapid innovation, our lamination prototypes lead time of 7 to 15 days. This accelerated timeline enables clients to swiftly evaluate and iterate designs, expediting the product development cycle.

Stamping Laminations For Servo Application

progressive stamping for motor lamination

The high-speed progressive stamping technique involves a continuous feed of silicon steel strips through a series of dies, each performing a specific operation, such as cutting, bending, and shaping.

This stamping servo motor laminations process excels in mass production, offering a streamlined approach to crafting complex components with minimal material waste.

With each stroke of the stamping die, our advanced high-speed punching press machines ensure consistency and accuracy, meeting the most stringent quality standards.

By embracing progressive stamping and compound stamping motor laminations, we empower industries with a cost-effective and reliable servo motor solution.

At our facility, we specialize in two distinct techniques: glue dot bonding and Backlack self-bonding.

Glue dot bonding involves strategically applying adhesive dots to secure laminations, ensuring a strong and durable bond. This method offers precision and consistency, contributing to the motor’s overall efficiency.

On the other hand, self-bonding relies on the coated bonding varnish of the electrical steel laminations to adhere to each other without external adhesives, simplifying the manufacturing process.

Both approaches aim to minimize eddy current losses, improve heat dissipation, and enhance the motor’s electromagnetic characteristics.

Our commitment to utilizing advanced lamination bonding techniques underscores our dedication to delivering high-performance servo motors for diverse industrial applications.

Lamination Bonding For Servo Motor

segmented servo motor lamination bonding

Servo Motor Lamination Stacking

segmented servo motor lamination stacking

Lamination stacking is a critical aspect of servo motor manufacturing, where the stator and rotor are precision-stamped using progressive molds.

Our innovative approach incorporates interlock stack technology directly into the mold, ensuring seamless integration and precise alignment of laminations.

This method enhances structural integrity and minimizes electromagnetic losses, contributing to the servo motor’s overall efficiency.

In instances of high-length stator laminations, we employ additional reinforcement techniques such as buckles or welding on the outer diameter.

This dual strategy not only fortifies the structure but also optimizes performance, providing robust and reliable servo motors for various industrial applications.

Servo Motor Stator Coil Winding

servo motor stator winding

Following the precision fabrication of the motor stator lamination, the stator winding process involves precisely placing copper wire coils within designated slots.

This meticulous winding ensures optimal electromagnetic performance, contributing to the motor’s efficiency and power output.

Our advanced techniques involve automated winding machines that guarantee uniform winding tensions and precise layering. This precision is essential for achieving consistent magnetic fields and reducing energy losses.

Additionally, our process accounts for factors like wire insulation and bundling, further enhancing the motor’s reliability and insulation integrity.

Quality Control For Servo Electric Motor Laminations

quality control for laminations

Servo Motor Laminations FAQS

Silicon steel, also known as electrical steel, is the most common material for servo motor laminations. Its magnetic properties, such as high permeability and low core loss, make it suitable for efficient energy conversion in electric motors.

Thinner laminations generally result in lower eddy current losses and improved motor efficiency. However, the design must strike a balance, as extremely thin laminations may compromise the mechanical strength of the core.

A servo motor receives signals from a controller that specify the desired position or speed. It then uses feedback from sensors to adjust its rotation and achieve the specified output. This closed-loop control system allows for precise and accurate motion control.

Servo motors are different from stepper motors in open-loop systems. They are known for their ability to provide precise and controlled motion. They operate in a closed-loop system, continuously adjusting their position based on feedback.

Servo motor core laminations are commonly used in applications requiring precise control, such as robotics, CNC machines, industrial automation, aerospace systems, automotive, and other motion control applications.

Explore Our Servo Motor Laminations!

Engineered for precision and reliability, our laminations play a pivotal role in enhancing the efficiency of DC and AC servo motors across various applications. Contact us today to discuss your needs.