TIG + MIG Welding Motor Stator Lamination Stacking In China
With years of electric motor lamination manufacturing experience, we can provide a wide range of stamping and assembly services, including compound stamping, progressive stamping, rotary notching, welding(laser welding and TIG+MIG welding), cleating, riveting, glue, self-bonding, etc.
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Capabilities Of TIG+MIG Welding Motor Lamination Stacks
The capabilities of TIG + MIG welding in motor lamination stacks are marked by a fusion of precision, strength, and adaptability. This advanced welding technique empowers the motor lamination manufacturing process to create intricate and robust welds that reduce core loss and eddy current and improve electrical machine energy efficiency.
TIG welding(Tungsten Inert Gas) is a bonding metal process. This process utilizes a non-consumable tungsten electrode to create an electric arc that generates the heat required to melt and fuse the welded metals.
A shielding gas, often argon, protects the weld area from atmospheric contamination, and a filler metal is usually used. The gas forms a protective shield around the arc and the molten weld pool, preventing oxidation and ensuring a clean and strong weld.
This welding technology produces clean, precise welds on any metal, ensuring laminate the stator stacks together with quality. TIG welding is normally used for thin material and medium-sized cores.
MIG welding, which stands for Metal Inert Gas welding. It is also known as the Gas Metal Arc Welding process(GMAW) or MIG welding.
In this process, an electric arc is formed between the metal being welded and a continuously fed wire electrode, melting the wire and the base metals. A flowing inert gas(such as argon or a mixture of argon and carbon dioxide) shields the process to protect the weld from atmospheric contamination.
This technology is our commonly use welding method for HV stator cores. MIG welding is suitable for thicker materials and larger-sized motor/generator cores.
MAG welding is a mixed gas-shielded welding in which a small amount of oxidizing gas (oxygen, carbon dioxide, or mixed gas) is added to argon. It mainly applies to welding black metals such as carbon steel, alloy steel, stainless steel, etc.
Benefits Of Motor Core Bonding Use Of Welding
TIG Welding Benefits
Weld Quality: TIG welding produces high-quality, precise welds with minimal defects. Its precise control over heat input and arc length results in clean, aesthetically pleasing welds that require minimal post-weld finishing.
Minimal Heat Distortion: TIG welding generates a focused, concentrated heat source. This reduces the heat-affected zone (HAZ) around the weld, minimizing distortion and maintaining the integrity of the material.
Reduced Weld Spatter: TIG welding produces minimal weld spatter, reducing the need for post-weld cleanup and saving time and resources.
High-Purity Welds: Using inert gases and the absence of flux in TIG welding makes high-purity welds resistant to corrosion and oxidation.
MIG Welding Benefits
High Welding Speed: The continuous feeding of the electrode wire allows for uninterrupted welding, making it a quick and efficient welding process. It’s particularly suitable for high-volume production environments.
Ease of Use: MIG welding is relatively easy to learn and operate, making it accessible for beginner and experienced welders. This contributes to faster training and skill development.
Less Heat Distortion: MIG welding generates a relatively lower heat input than other welding methods, reducing heat distortion in the workpiece.
Shielding Gas Variability: Different shielding gas mixtures can be used in MIG welding to optimize the process for specific materials, weld joints, and outcomes.
applications of motor stator and rotor lamination stacking
This process excels in fabricating intricate components, structural assemblies, and precision equipment. The application of motor stator and rotor lamination stacking extends across diverse industries, such as industrial motors, generators, heavy equipment, aerospace, automotive, construction, electronics, medical machines, etc.
Materials for bonding electric motor lamination
This advanced welding approach can effectively join a wide range of materials. It includes but is not limited to silicon steel, stainless steel, carbon steel, aluminum, copper, and various alloys.
Whether you’re working with ferrous or non-ferrous metals, we can provide custom TIG + MIG welding techniques to accommodate the specific properties of each material.
Laminations Stacks FAQs
TIG + MIG welding vs. laser welding are two distinct welding methods, each offering unique advantages based on their principles and applications.
TIG + MIG welding, often used for motor stator stacking, relies on electric arcs to generate heat for melting and fusing metals.
Laser welding, in contrast, utilizes a concentrated laser weld beam to melt and fuse materials with exceptional precision. This method minimizes heat-affected zones, reduces distortion, and allows for intricate and intricate weld geometries. This process applies joins laminations stacks prototype and small sized cores.
TIG + MIG welding can be applied to materials commonly used in motor lamination manufacturing, including steel grades, aluminum, and other alloys. This versatility allows us to cater to diverse industry requirements.
TIG + MIG welding offers customization and flexibility to accommodate various motor designs, dimensions, and core shapes. Our skilled technicians can tailor the welding processes to align with your requirements.
Contact our team for a customized quote based on your motor lamination needs. You can fill out our online contact form or contact us via phone or email. Our experts will promptly provide the information you need to make an informed decision.
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