Laser Welding Motor Stator Core In China
As a professional motor core manufacturer, we offer precision solutions for laser welding motor cores.
We have a state-of-the-art automatic welding workshop and deliver superior-quality motor stator and rotor lamination stacks.
Based on a sense of innovation, we focus on complex welding technology to ensure laser welding and forming of stator cores and rotor cores with high precision and performance.Contact Us Now
Capacities Of Laser Welding Rotor And Stator Laminations
This bonding process is a sophisticated manufacturing technique that employs focused laser beams to achieve precise and robust fusion between metal sheets. Ensuring products meet stringent quality standards and perform optimally.
Our laser welding process focuses a high-intensity laser beam on stamped stator and rotor lamination stacks. It melts the metal material through a laser-generated heat source.
Because it can precisely control the melting process, it can minimize the influence of the hot zone. We confine the hot zone to a small area to reduce the risk of deformation or damage to the motor core.
Our automatic laser welding machine adopts a 4-way fiber transmission, manual feeding, automatic pressing into the fixture, rotating three times, and completing 12 welds.
It is adaptable to various materials, from metals like stainless steel to electrical steel used in motor lamination. Our technicians will set different levels of laser energy and wavelength for different materials.
Advantages Of Motor Lamination Bonding
Precision: Precision welding works with pinpoint energy input, making it ideal for intricate and detailed welding tasks.
Minimal Heat Affected Zone (HAZ): The focused laser beam minimizes the heat-affected area, reducing distortion and preserving material properties.
High Strength: Welding produces solid, durable welds with excellent joint integrity and no electrode wear.
No Consumables: This process does not need to add fillers, reducing operational costs.
Versatility: It can be used with various materials, from metals to plastics, accommodating diverse applications
Narrow Weld Seam: Excellent weld seam with an easily definable seam depth and no cavities in the weld seams.
High Welding Speed: The concentrated energy of the laser beam facilitates rapid melting and solidification, resulting in efficient welding processes.
Contactless Welding: It is a non-contact process—the laser beam welds without contact.
Minimal Distortion: The localized heating and cooling of welding lead to minimal distortion in the surrounding material.
Micro-Welding: It can be scaled down for micro-welding applications, suitable for smaller cores.
Applications of Laser Welding
Welding applications span a broad spectrum of industries, benefiting from the process’s precision, efficiency, and versatility. Here are some prominent applications:
Automotive Industry: Electric motor lamination is extensively used in the automotive sector for joining components.
Aerospace Industry: In aerospace, this process ensures the integrity of critical components like aircraft engine parts, fuel tanks, and structural elements.
Electronics Manufacturing: Commonly employed to assemble delicate electronic components, such as microelectronics and sensors.
Tool and Die Making: This process aids in repairing and modifying molds, dies, and tooling components, extending their lifespan and maintaining precision.
Types Of Laser Welding Materials
Compared with other welding methods, our welding process can weld various materials. Common welding materials are Electrical Steel (Silicon Steel), Stainless Steel, Carbon Steel, Aluminum, Titanium, Copper, Nickel, various alloys, etc.
Laminations Stacks FAQs
Material Selection: Some materials cannot be welded for thermal and chemical reasons.
Thickness Limitations: Extremely thick materials may require multiple passes, increasing complexity and time.
Joint Accessibility: This process requires a clear line of sight between the laser beam and the welding area.
Cost of Welding Equipment: The initial investment in a laser welding machine for motor stator core and laser technologies can be high.
Surface Preparation: Contaminants, oxidation, or rough surfaces can affect weld quality.
Welding is a versatile process that offers different methods for joining materials with precision and efficiency. Different types of welding techniques include Conduction Welding, Hybrid Welding(gas metal arc welding (GMAW) or tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding), Deep Penetration Welding, Spot Welding, Seam Welding, etc.
This process uses several lasers in motor core manufacturing, each with its characteristics and advantages. Some common types of lasers used in welding motor cores, such as Fiber Lasers, CO2 Lasers, Solid-State Lasers, Disk Lasers, Diode Lasers, etc.
We provide custom welding motor stators and rotor cores to meet the unique requirements of different applications. We work closely with clients to ensure their motor core designs align with their performance goals.
Laser welding is a precision joining method that uses a high-energy laser beam to fuse materials. It is used for bonding motor cores.
Laser cutting involves using a focused laser beam to cut through materials precisely. In motor lamination manufacturing, laser cutting can create precise shapes and openings in laminations, contributing to the efficient assembly of motor cores.
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