Servo motor stator and rotor lamination stacks manufacturer in China

With more than 10 years of expertise and experience, we specialize in the precise art of stamping servo motor laminations of various sizes and shapes.

We understand the unique demands of servo motor applications across different industries. Our expertise lies in our ability to not only produce motor laminations but also to customize molds and designs according to your specific requirements.

Whether you require standard sizes or intricate, tailor-made solutions, our team is dedicated to delivering precision-engineered servo motor laminations that exceed your expectations.

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Custom servo electric motor laminations

Our expertise extends to the realm of custom servo electric motor laminations, catering to a diverse range of servo motor types and designs. Whether it’s a brushed DC servo motor, a brushless DC servo motor, or an AC servo motor, our skilled engineers excel in crafting laminations that perfectly align with the unique characteristics and specifications of your electric motor. We also customize DC motor cores, induction motor cores, and stepper motor cores.

Our custom electric motor lamination stacks are meticulously manufactured using a comprehensive and precise process. It typically begins with careful material selection, with an emphasis on high-quality silicon steel for optimal magnetic properties. Our engineers then custom design the laminations, considering factors such as size, shape, and pattern to ensure a perfect fit for your motor.

The manufacturing process itself involves advanced stamping techniques, laser cutting, and precision machining. These methods ensure that each lamination is created to exacting standards, minimizing energy losses and enhancing the overall efficiency of your servo motor.

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Stamping lamination stacks for servo motor

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Stamping lamination stacks for servo motors is a critical process that lies at the heart of ensuring their optimal performance. These stacks consist of precisely stamped laminations made from materials like silicon steel.

The stamping process involves the creation of intricate patterns and shapes with exceptional precision. They are vital for controlling the magnetic fields within the motor, which in turn influences its performance and efficiency.

By utilizing advanced stamping techniques such as compound stamping or progressive stamping, servo motor lamination stacks can be tailored to meet the unique requirements of different motor types and applications.

Lamination stacks for servo motors are employed in large-scale automation systems.

Why choose us as your servo motor iron core China manufacturer?

With decades of experience and expertise in stamping motor laminations, we ensure that every iron core we produce for your servo motors meets the highest standards of quality and performance.

Our servo motors must meet safety standards, so electrical safety tests are conducted to verify insulation resistance, leakage current, and ground continuity.

Precise dimensions are crucial for the proper functioning of servo motors. We use precision measurement tools and equipment to verify the accuracy of components and assemblies.

Additionally, our competitive pricing ensures that you receive exceptional value without compromising on quality.

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Servo Motor Core FAQs

A servo motor is an electromechanical device that provides precise control of angular or linear position, velocity, and acceleration. Servo motors are used in automation, robotics, CNC machinery, and other applications requiring accurate motion control.

The basic working principle of a servo motor is to maintain a desired position, speed, or torque by continuously comparing the actual output with the desired output and adjusting accordingly. This real-time feedback signal is what sets servo motors apart.

High Precision:

Servo motors provide high accuracy and accurate controllers over position, velocity, and torque. 

Fast Response Time:

Servo motors have rapid response times, making them suitable for applications that require quick and precise adjustments, such as tracking moving objects or maintaining tight tolerances during manufacturing.

High Torque-to-Inertia Ratio:

Servo motors typically offer high torque relative to their size and weight, allowing for compact and efficient designs. This is particularly advantageous in applications with space constraints.

Variable Speed and Torque:

Servo motors can operate over a wide range of speeds and torque levels, offering flexibility in various applications. They can deliver torque at low speeds and maintain constant speed under varying loads.

Closed-Loop Control:

Servo systems use feedback devices like encoders or resolvers to continuously monitor and adjust the motor’s position. This closed-loop control ensures precise and consistent performance, even in the presence of external disturbances.

Energy Efficiency:

They are high efficiency, with low electrical losses and a high power density, allowing smaller motors to generate more torque.

Smooth Operation:

They provide smooth and consistent motion, reducing vibrations and minimizing wear and tear on mechanical components. This feature is valuable in applications that require gentle handling or fine surface finishes.

Wide Range of Applications:

Servo drive motors find applications in a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, aerospace, automotive, robotics, medical devices, and more. Their versatility and adaptability make them suitable for diverse tasks.

Compatibility with Automation:

Servo motors are often integrated into automated systems, enhancing the efficiency and productivity of industrial processes. They can communicate with PLCs and other control systems for seamless automation.

Each of these motors operates differently and has unique performance requirements.

Since AC servo motor core comprises several parts, including a stator, rotor, and electrical components such as windings(stator coil) and magnets.

DC servo motors are reliable and efficient at producing high-torque output under varying speed loads. It is a brushed permanent magnet motor commonly used in smaller projects. DC motor requires its low cost, efficiency, and simplicity.

Servo motors can provide smooth motion compared to stepper motors. Switching high speed and high torque is done seamlessly for human-like sensitive motions.

With an AC servo motor, the encoder detects the rotation angle and speed and controls the motor rotation with electric current, which allows for smooth motions. In contrast, stepper motors control the rotation angle and speed with the pulse frequency.

The rotation angle per pulse is fixed, and a motor rotates through that angle every time it receives a pulse signal.

Riveting involves fastening the laminations together using rivets or pins. This method provides a mechanical connection.

Cleating involves the insertion of cleats or tabs between individual motor stator lamination to provide additional stability and alignment within the motor core.

Welding involves laser and TIG+MIG welding, fusing the laminations using heat or pressure.

Gluing lamination is the application of adhesive or glue to bond individual laminations together to form the core of an electric motor.

Self-bonding property is through pressure and heat applied during the motor lamination stack assembly.

Elevate Your Motion Control with Our High-Quality Servo Motors

Our servo motors are engineered with precision, offering unmatched reliability and efficiency. Whether you require servo motors for robotics, automation, CNC machinery, or any other application, we’ve got you covered.

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