Switched Reluctance Motor Laminations Manufacturer In China

Three groups of electrodes need to be arranged on the switched reluctance motor laminations, respectively connected to the power supply, and the rotating shaft is responsible for driving the rotor to rotate. We offer customized motor laminations including height, OD, ID, lamination thickness, slot numbers, hole numbers, etc.

Learn more about our electric motor lamination stacks and services, and feel free to get in touch with us for inquiries and collaborations.

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Custom switch reluctance motor stator and rotor

Motorneo specializes in crafting custom switched reluctance motor stators and rotor lamination stacks. Our switched reluctance motor core is widely used in industry, home appliances, and other fields.

In the industrial sector, switched reluctance motor cores can be used to drive various loads, such as fans, pumps, robotic arms, etc. In the field of home appliances, switched reluctance motor iron cores can be used in washing machines, range hoods, vacuum cleaners, and other electrical appliances, with high efficiency and energy saving, low noise, long life, and so on.

For those seeking prototype development or low-volume production runs, we offer laser cutting and wire-EDM (Electrical Discharge Machining). These cutting-edge technologies enable us to swiftly and accurately design and create custom lamination prototypes. The prototyping lamination employs glue bonding, self-bonding, laser welding, tig+mig welding, and cleating to stack and bond complete iron cores.

switched reluctance rotor lamination

rotor lamination For switched reluctance

switched reluctance stator lamination

stator lamination For switched reluctance

switched reluctance stator rotor lamination

stator rotor lamination for switched reluctance

Stamping switched reluctance motor iron core

compound stamping die

Stamping the switched reluctance motor iron core is at the heart project of Motorneo. The stamping technologies include compound stamping, progressive stamping, and rotary notching.

Our vast array of specialized stamping dies(such as progressive die, compound die, and notching die) allows us to craft motor laminations that meet client requirements.

Stamping is a highly efficient and economical manufacturing method for mass-production laminations. By utilizing custom stamping dies, we ensure good flatness and verticality in every iron core we produce.

Our high-speed stamping efficiency not only reduces production lead times but also lowers overall production costs.

Why choose us as your electric motor laminations China manufacturer?

We employ progressive stamping, compound stamping, rotary notching, laser cutting, and wire cutting processes to manufacture stator and rotor laminations.

Motorneo leverages bonding and stacking technologies, including laser welding, riveting, cleating, TIG+MIG welding, self-bonding, and gluing to assemble iron cores.

Our production equipment includes 25T-300T stamping machines, laser cutting machines, low-speed EDM wire machines, medium-speed EDM wire machines, high-speed EDM wire machines, automatic stacking, welding machines, injection molding machines, epoxy power machines, and automatic winding machines.

The motor rotor and stator lamination samples’ lead time is 5-15 days.

TIG welding motor stator

switched reluctance Motor Core FAQs

The switched reluctance motor (SRM) is a type of motor doubly salient with phase coils mounted around diametrically opposite stator poles. There are no windings or permanent magnets on the rotor. The stator has a concentrated winding, which means that each tooth carries one winding. The number of stator poles and rotor poles must be different.

When a voltage is applied to a winding in the stator, a current flows. The current generates a magnetic flux that flows through the stator and the rotor.

The working principle of an SRM core is based on magnetic reluctance. The rotor turns in the direction in which the magnetic resistance for the magnetic flux becomes smaller. This creates torque, which returns to zero when the rotor reaches the position of lowest magnetic resistance. To obtain a continuous rotary motion, a voltage must then be applied to the next winding.

Electrical Steel and iron are the most commonly used materials for making SRM cores due to their magnetic properties. The cores are often laminated to reduce eddy current losses and improve efficiency.

Laminated cores help reduce eddy current losses and core losses, which can improve motor efficiency. They also provide mechanical strength and support to the motor, enhancing its overall performance and durability.

SR motors have a simple and robust structure, thus they are generally suitable for high speed applications. High-speed motors have the advantage of high power density, which is an important issue of traction motors in electric vehicles (EVs). 

In addition, switched reluctance motor cores find applications in various industries, including industrial automation, robotics, and renewable energy. They are often used in applications requiring precise control of speed and torque, such as electric vehicles, pumps, compressors, and conveyor systems.

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Are you ready to revolutionize your motor design? Our high-precision switched reluctance motor cores can enhance your motor performance. Let’s discuss your project today!