copper windings and statorA stator is the stationary component found in electric motors and generators. It consists of a laminated core and coils of insulated wire known as the windings. Once current is applied to a stator, it effectively becomes an electromagnet.


  • Lamination Stacks: Cores are produced using laser/EDM technology to cut thin steel which are then laminated with TIG welding or bonding.

  • Coil Winding: Using 3D printing & CNC draw knives, concentrated windings and random windings are added to each core.

  • Final Assembly: To ensure optimal thermal conductivity, complete vacuum encapsulation is performed.

  windings being added to stator  copper windings being wound