In the rapidly evolving world of electric vehicles (EVs) and high-efficiency motors, self-bonding technology in motor lamination stacks stands out as a game-changer. This innovative approach is revolutionizing how motor laminations are designed and manufactured, offering significant improvements in motor performance and efficiency. At its core, self-bonding technology involves unique methods of layering and bonding thin metal sheets to form the core of electric motors.
In the world of electric motors, the stator and rotor play pivotal roles, acting as the heart and soul of these machines. These components have traditionally been joined using methods like welding, soldering, or mechanical fastening. However, these conventional techniques often come with their own set of challenges, from inefficiencies to wear and tear. Enter the benefits of glue bonding—a modern solution that promises to revolutionize the way we think about motor assembly.