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What is X-Pin Motor Technology?

X-Pin motor technology allows for a reduction in the height of the linear segment at the end of the motor while maintaining a high slot fill factor. This results in a shorter overall motor length, saving copper wire usage and improving motor efficiency, thus achieving miniaturization.

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Traditional I-Pin motor technology has a significant linear segment height at the motor end, leading to a larger overall motor size and restricting the design flexibility of electric vehicles.

X-Pin technology effectively addresses this issue by reducing the height of the linear segment at the end.


X-Pin motor technology not only helps reduce motor size, but also reduces resistance, reduces copper losses, and improves motor efficiency.


X-Pin technology can also be applied to high-voltage platforms, such as 800V, helping to solve motor insulation problems in high-voltage environments.

X-Pin technology needs to redesign the problem of turning the head into place and the protection of the patent leather during subsequent welding. The fixture and welding technology need to be redesigned during the production process.


The X-Pin motor has a small welding space and requires corresponding upgrades and improvements in welding technology.

X-Pin technology has achieved success in the research and prototype stages, but its application to mass production still requires time and resources. Some companies have already expanded their factories and production lines to accommodate the mass production demands of X-Pin motor technology.

In China, automakers and suppliers are already actively exploring and adopting this technology.


A fully automatic production line for flat-wire motor stators designed for new energy vehicles is equipped with a flexible wire forming machine. It can accommodate stators with up to 6 wires and 12 layers, catering to the production of various wire types. This eliminates the constraint of requiring a specific set of molds for each wire type. Additionally, in the event of a malfunction in one of the devices, the remaining equipment can continue production as usual.

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