Direct Driven Motor Laminations Manufacturer In China

Motorneo specializes in the production of direct driven motor laminations, including permanent magnet direct drive motor laminations, induction direct drive motor laminations, brushless direct drive motor laminations, and linear motor laminations.

Explore our range of direct driven motor laminations and discover how we can elevate your projects to new heights of success.

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Customized Lamination Stacks For Direct Driven Motor

Motorneo specializes in crafting customized stator and rotor lamination stacks tailored specifically for direct-driven motors. Direct-driven motors, renowned for their efficiency and reliability, offer seamless power transmission without the need for gears or belts. Direct drive motors are divided into direct drive rotary motors (framed and frameless) and direct drive linear motors (cored and coreless).

These motor laminations find extensive application in various industries, including automotive, electric vehicles, electric bicycles, robotics, industrial automation, CNC machine tools, aerospace, medical devices(surgical robots, medical imaging equipment), household appliances(washing machines, refrigerators, air conditioners), optical instruments, precision measuring equipment, and renewable energy systems.

Whether you require small-scale prototypes or large-scale production runs, we are equipped to deliver cost-effective solutions without compromising on quality.

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Direct Driven Motor stator lamination

large direct drive permanent magnet motor core stator

large direct drive permanent magnet motor core stator

permanent magnet direct drive motor core

permanent magnet direct drive motor core

linear direct drive motor laminations

linear direct drive motor laminations

self-bonding direct drive motor laminations

self-bonding direct drive Frameless Rotary motor laminates

DC servo motor laminations

Director Driven Motor core lamination stack

Segmented Motor Stator Lamination With EDM Cutting

Direct Driven Motor Lamination Prototyping

In our direct-driven motor lamination prototyping process, we employ advanced techniques such as laser cutting and wire EDM to precisely cut silicon steel laminations.

Laser cutting ensures intricate shapes and clean edges, while wire EDM offers high precision for complex designs.

With our streamlined prototyping process, we prioritize speed and efficiency, aiming for a lead time of 5 to 15 days for lamination prototypes.

This rapid turnaround enables our clients to evaluate and test designs promptly, accelerating the development cycle and ensuring that final products meet their exact specifications.

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Tooling Design And Manufacture Fore DD Motor

Our experienced team utilizes CAD/CAM software to design tooling that meets the exact specifications required for the lamination stacks.

Through careful analysis and optimization, we create tooling that maximizes material utilization and minimizes waste, leading to cost-effective production.

Once the design is finalized, our skilled tool technicians meticulously manufacture the stamping tooling using CNC machining and wire EDM or grinder equipment.

Stamping Laminations For Direct Driven Motor

Our direct driven motor lamination stamping offers various techniques to meet specific requirements, such as progressive stamping, compound stamping, and single-slot notching.

compound stamping motor laminations

Progressive stamping allows for the efficient and mass production of complex motor cores by feeding a strip of material through a series of dies in a sequential manner, enabling high-speed and cost-effective manufacturing.

Compound stamping, on the other hand, involves the simultaneous operation of multiple dies to create intricate shapes and features in a single stroke, ideal for intricate medium and large lamination designs.

Additionally, we employ a rotary notching process to enhance the efficiency of lamination manufacturing. This method utilizes rotary tools to notch the laminations, ensuring precise alignment and consistent results.

Our comprehensive approach to lamination stamping ensures that we can accommodate diverse design specifications and production volumes while maintaining the highest standards of quality and accuracy.

Laminations Bonding And Stacking For Direct Driven Motor

Motorneo offer a range of techniques to achieve secure bonding and stacking of laminations. These include interlocking, glue bonding, and self-bonding for quick and efficient assembly, laser welding and TIG welding for precise and durable connections, and cleating and riveting for additional reinforcement where necessary.

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direct driven motor stator injection insulation

Insulation Process For Direct Driven Motor Core Lamination

Our iron core insulation process includes plastic over-molding insulation and impregnation with insulating varnish to meet the stringent requirements of direct-driven motor applications, ensuring reliability and longevity.

Inject molding insulation involves encapsulating the laminated core solutions with a specialized BMC, PA, PPS, and PET fiberglass high-loaded insulating material, providing excellent protection against electrical conductivity and mechanical stress.

Impregnation with insulating varnish ensures uniform coating and penetration of the laminations, enhancing insulation properties and durability.

Direct Driven Motor Stator Winding

This stator winding process involves carefully winding copper wire around the stator core, following specific patterns and configurations to achieve the desired electrical characteristics.

Our skilled technicians utilize automated winding machines to maintain consistency and accuracy, minimizing the risk of defects and optimizing the motor’s performance.

direct driven motor stator winding

Advantages Of DD Motor Core

Low Speed and High Torque: Direct-driven motors are often designed to provide high torque at low speeds, making them suitable for applications requiring precise control and powerful performance, such as in industrial machinery or electric vehicles.

Simple Structure: These motors typically have a simpler structure compared to geared or belt-driven systems. This simplicity can lead to easier manufacturing, installation, and maintenance processes.

Low Noise: Due to their simpler design and reduced mechanical complexity, direct-driven motors can produce less noise during operation compared to motors with additional transmission components.

Reduced Mechanical Loss: Direct-driven motor systems can have lower mechanical losses compared to systems with additional components like gears or belts. This results in higher efficiency and less energy waste during operation.

Less Maintenance: With fewer moving parts and components prone to wear and tear, direct-driven motor systems often require less maintenance over their lifespan. This can lead to reduced downtime and lower maintenance costs for applications.

Quality Control For DD Motor Core

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Using electrical steel detectors check raw materials undergo thorough inspection to verify their quality and compliance with specifications.


During the stamping process, we use advanced machinery equipped with sensors and monitors to ensure precise cuts and accurate dimensions.


Visual inspections are conducted at each stage to detect any defects or irregularities.


We use CMM, 2D imager, and micrometer dimensional checks are performed to ensure proper fit and alignment.

Why Choose Us As Your Direct Driven Core Manufacturer?

lamination stacks of industry motor cores

Our 25T-300T stamping machines, laser cutting machines, and wire cutting machines allow us to produce high-quality cores with precision and efficiency.

The automated stacking machine can precisely stack each stack to form a complete motor core.

Motorneo offers glue dot bonding and self-bonding technology to bonding direct driven laminations.

Our silicon steel detectors, CMM, projector inspections, and micrometer can strictly check electrical steel laminations.

Direct Driven lamination stacks FAQs

Direct driven motor laminations are specifically designed for direct driven motors, where the load is directly coupled to the motor shaft without any intervening mechanical components. These laminations are optimized for efficiency and performance in this type of motor application.

Silicon steel is the most common material used for direct driven motor laminations. Due to its excellent magnetic properties and low energy loss characteristics.

Direct driven motors find application in a wide range of industries and systems. Including robotics, automotive, aerospace, medical devices, industrial automation, and renewable energy systems. They are used in applications such as pumps, fans, conveyors, machine tools, and precision positioning systems.

Unlike geared motors, which use gears to transmit power from the motor to the load. The direct driven motors have a direct connection between the motor shaft and the load. This eliminates the need for gears, resulting in higher efficiency and reduced maintenance requirements.

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