Innovative electric vehicle motors get new heat treatment
from Plant Engineer
Oxford YASA Motors says it is cutting curing costs since commissioning a WF200 oven from Lenton Furnaces & Ovens for adhesive used in the construction of its electric motor. The oven is also being used to treat an epoxy resin that is vacuum-impregnated within the motor windings to improve strength and resistance to vibration. The spinout company from Oxford University produces motors and generators for electric and hybrid vehicles, using a novel construction that offers very high torque and efficiency, and minimizes manufacturing costs.
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