Amorphous Electric Motor Laminations Manufacturer In China

Motorneo specializes in the creation of superior motor laminations, encompassing cutting-edge amorphous electric motor laminations and electrical steel laminations. Our new core project is the amorphous iron cores, renowned for their versatility and efficiency.

Our amorphous core finds various motor applications across diverse industries, including electric vehicles, power tools, UAVs, military equipment, medical devices, industrial machinery, robotics, and home appliances.

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Customized Amorphous Core For Motor And Transformer

An amorphous core uses a metal alloy with a non-crystalline atomic structure, offering superior magnetic properties. Crafted to perfection, our customized amorphous cores enhance transformer and motor efficiency, minimizing iron core loss.

amorphous motor stator laminations

Amorphous Motor Stator Laminations

outer rotor amorphous core laminations

Outer Rotor Amorphous Core Laminations

axial motor stator amorphous core

Axial Motor Stator Amorphous Core

segmented stator amorphous laminations

Segmented Stator Amorphous Laminations

T-type amorphous spliced motor iron core

T-Type Amorphous Spliced Motor Iron core

hub amorphous motor laminations for new energy vehicles

Hub Amorphous Motor Laminations For New Energy Vehicles

drone motor amorphous metal stator core

Drone Motor Amorphous Metal Stator Core

amorphous stator aminations for vacuum cleaner

Amorphous Stator Laminations For Vacuum Cleaner

air compressor amorphous motor lamination stacks

Air Compressor Amorphous Motor Lamination Stacks

high-speed spindle motor amorphous alloy core

High-Speed Spindle Motor Amorphous Alloy Core

amorphous c core for transformer

Amorphous C Core For Transformer

EI amorphous core laminations for transformer

EI Amorphous Core Laminations For Transformer

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Amorphous Alloy Core With EDM Wire Cutting

Motorneo amorphous lamination manufacturing process, a precisely controlled electrical discharge machining (EDM) method is used to cut intricate shapes from the amorphous metal alloy core. This process ensures high precision and accuracy.

The EDM wire-cutting technique and waterjet cutting techniques are particularly beneficial for amorphous alloys due to their brittleness and hardness.

Our engineers can design prototype amorphous motor stators with a maximum outside diameter of 213mm. The lamination prototype lead time of 5-15 days and ensures a quick turnaround.

Amorphous Metal Motor Laminations Bonding And Stacking

The amorphous motor laminations assembling process is a crucial step in manufacturing efficient and high-performance electric motors.

This process involves the use of advanced adhesives and heat treatment methods to bond amorphous metal laminations together to form the core.

We employ automatic gluing and manual gluing techniques, ensuring precise and reliable assembly. Enhancing motor structural integrity, and minimizing energy losses.

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electrostatic epoxy insulation coating amorphous motor laminations

Electrostatic Epoxy Insulation Coating Amorphous Laminations For Electric Motor

Electrostatic epoxy insulation coating on amorphous laminations mainly used in the manufacturing of transformers and electrical components.

This process involves applying a thin layer of epoxy insulation to amorphous metal laminations. This insulated coating not only enhances the durability and longevity of the laminations but also improves their resistance to corrosion and environmental factors.

Amorphous metal laminations are preferred in motor and transformer cores due to their low core loss and higher-efficiency.

Motor Amorphous Metal Stator Winding

Copper, known for its excellent conductivity, is utilized to create the stator windings. Copper wires are carefully wound around the stator core, forming coils that play a pivotal role in generating the magnetic fields necessary for motor operation.

The more turns of the motor winding, the more magnetomotive force generated by each turn, and the smaller the magnetic leakage coefficient of the winding. In a certain range, the increase in the number of turns of the amorphous alloy stator winding is beneficial to reduce the copper consumption of the stator rotor and improve the efficiency of the motor.

motor amorphous metal stator winding

Quality Control For Amorphous Metal Alloys Core

Quality control is paramount in ensuring the reliability and performance of amorphous metal motor lamination stacks. Here’s a list of key quality control measures for these components:


Check the soft magnetic materials used for the amorphous cores, ensuring they meet the specified composition and quality standards.


CMM measure the dimensions of the amorphous cores to ensure they match the design specifications.


Perform magnetic property of amorphous motor tests, such as magnetic induction and coercivity measurements, to ensure the cores have lower losses and higher permeability.


Conduct visual inspections to identify any visible defects, such as cracks, dents, or uneven surfaces.

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Amorphous Materials Used In Stator And Rotor Lamination Stacks

Our amorphous motor rotor and stator lamination stacks utilize 25 microns thickness 2605SA1, 2605HB1M, and1K101 iron-based amorphous alloy, and Metglas amorphous meta, ensuring higher saturation flux density while maintaining low core losses.

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Why Choose Us As Your Amorphous Core Manufacturer?

lamination stacks of industry motor cores

We leverage state-of-the-art technology to amorphous iron cores to replace silicon steel cores.

The experienced team breaks through the mass production process of the stamping amorphous motor lamination core.

The amorphous motor lamination core product has low core losses, small volume, higher motor efficiency, higher power density, higher frequencies, and higher speed.

While maintaining high-quality standards, we offer the use of amorphous magnetic metal for the cost-effective manufacturing of electric motors.

Amorphous lamination stacks FAQs

Amorphous motor laminations differ from traditional motor structures due to their amorphous structure. This unique composition reduces core loss and low eddy current losses, enhancing energy efficiency in electric motors.

Unlike traditional laminations, amorphous counterparts exhibit high permeability, a square hysteresis loop, and an oxide layer on the surface that provides electrical insulation for low eddy current losses.

Silicon steel and thin-gauge silicon iron materials offer cost-effectiveness and durability but have higher core losses. Amorphous metal alloys excel in energy efficiency, with lower core losses, making them ideal for high-efficiency applications. However, amorphous alloys are more expensive and may be brittle, requiring careful handling during manufacturing and installation.

Amorphous metal alloys typically exhibit a wide temperature range usability. They can withstand temperatures ranging from 300- 700℃, making them versatile for various applications.

The amorphous metal alloy cores offer significant advantages, their non-crystalline structure minimizes energy wastage as heat, resulting in lower operating temperatures. This leads to increased overall efficiency, reduced power consumption, and extended operational lifespan of electric motors.

In some cases, existing motors can be retrofitted with amorphous motor laminations to improve their efficiency. However, the feasibility of retrofitting depends on the specific motor design and application.

Amorphous metals find applications in various industries, including electronics, aerospace, medical devices, and consumer goods. They are used for components like transformers, magnetic cores, sporting goods, and even in the production of surgical instruments.

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