Electrical engineering – technical braids

Technical braids play an important role in the production of electric engines.

For a long time, the majority of electric engines have been induction motors with distributed winding. Induction machines with distributed winding are used particularly frequently in automotive construction and especially in the field of electromobility.

A wide variety of Wedo technical braids are used here!

During the final processing of the so-called stators, the coil ends are bound with a braid. The partial windings of each phase are then isolated against their adjacent phases with foil or insulating paper. To ensure that the coil ends are exclusively located in the back of the stator, both coil ends must be forged. This is done either by means of a self-bonding wire that is subjected to a bonding current during the shaping process or by a cold-forging process and subsequent impregnation. The creation of a specific shape of coil end enables the subsequent installation of the rotor or insertion of the stator into a case.

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Novelty: the Wedo-wick configurator

To guarantee the best possible fuel results, the wick must be tuned to the desired candle system. With our wick configurator you define you the candle and us a choice in suitable wicks.

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