Non-Standard Customized Electric Motor Assembly Line
Honest Automation non-standard customized electric motor assembly line can customize the entire assembly line and partial assembly lines according to customer needs.
The equipment efficiency of the whole line can be in 2s to 4s, and it supports compatibility with 15 to 30 products. It only takes 30 minutes to replace the product. The electric motor assembly line uses belts and fixtures to transfer materials, with fast running speed, complete functions, and simple equipment structure. It can realize the production of motors with complex processes such as fully automatic various dispensing, oil dispensing, drying, cooling, etc. The assembly process includes rotor section, winding, spot welding, winding inspection, varistor welding, positioning ring assembly, rotor copper sand inspection, rotor meson position inspection. The magnetic bottom section, dispensing, dispensing status inspection, magnet assembly, cups in large shells, and magnetization of big shells. Complete motor product assembly, etc. The application of the whole line automation, intelligence and data. The equipment can realize the whole process control of product quality. Reduce product defect rate and improve motor quality stability.
Honest Automation non-standard customized electric motor assembly line can help companies improve production efficiency, make product performance more stable, and solve the problems of difficult recruitment and high labor costs for companies. At the same time, the modular and flexible design also makes the application of the program more flexible, with compatibility of multiple motor types, and reducing the production cost of the enterprise.
From November 22 to 24, 2023, a motor industry event will be held at the Shanghai New International Expo Center, which is the much-anticipated "2023 China International 27th Small Motor Technology, Magnetic Materials Technical Seminar and Exhibition".
As one of the core parts of new energy vehicles, the electric drive system has an important impact on the performance of new energy vehicles, and has important significance for the power, economy, comfort, safety, reliability, and durability of new energy vehicles. In addition, in terms of industry needs, low cost, miniaturization, and intelligence are the main trends. The electric drive system of an electric vehicle is mainly composed of four parts: drive motor, transmission, power converter and controller. The drive motor is the core of the electric drive system, and its performance and efficiency directly affect the performance of electric vehicles. The size and weight of the drive motor and transmission will also affect the overall efficiency of the vehicle. Power converters and controllers can help electric vehicles operate safely and reliably.
In the long term, the trend of flat wire motors is highly certain. In the first half of 2021, the penetration rate of flat wire motors among the top 15 vehicle models in terms of sales reached 28%, compared to just 14% in 2020. It is anticipated that by 2025, the proportion of flat wire motors in the drive systems of new energy vehicles will exceed 80%.
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.
In recent years, the market penetration of new energy passenger vehicles has continued to rise. Due to the high demand, existing cylindrical-wire motors have become insufficient in meeting the performance requirements of electric vehicle propulsion. Therefore, the substitution of flat-wire motors for cylindrical-wire motors is a highly certain trend for the future. Motor manufacturers are actively seeking high-capacity, high-quality production processes to meet market demands, with ongoing optimization and innovation in the manufacturing processes of flat-wire motor stators.
As is well known, the energy conversion efficiency of electric motors is around 90%, meaning that losses account for approximately 10%. Within the energy losses of a motor, copper loss, which is the heat generated by the current passing through the stator winding, constitutes about two-thirds of these losses.By adopting flat wire motors, the round wire windings are replaced with flat wire windings, increasing the amount of copper per unit area on the stator. This increases the copper fill factor to 20% to 30%, meaning more copper is packed into the stator slots. This effectively reduces winding resistance, and the lower the resistance of the winding, the higher the electrical efficiency. Consequently, it reduces copper losses.