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Electric motor

PRODUCER FOR LOW-CONSUMPTION ELECTRIC MOTORS

As the requirements for energy efficiency are increasing strongly, the demands on the development of components for electromechanical assemblies, such as electric motors, are also growing. KUK has established itself here as an innovative and flexible manufacturing partner.


OVERVIEW ELECTRIC MOTOR

KNOW-HOW
  • Process reliability, retraceability
  • Accurate assembly
  • Testing
  • Logistics
APPLICATIONS
  • Stators of linear motors
  • Magnet bearing unit
  • Charging devices for lithium batteries
  • Lighting units with Power LED
PACKAGING
  • Product-specific

MUCH MORE THAN WINDING GOODS - THESE ARE THE TECHNOLOGIES KUK MASTERS AS WELL

KUK offers you various customer-specific production steps for the assembly of modules:

  • Electronics are added to coils or coil configurations, e.g. for motors (stator)
  • Wire assembling
  • Electronics are assembled with electromechanical components into devices
  • Potting of coils / modules
  • Sealing of electronics / coil impregnation
  • Insert molding of coils

Just winding coils is usually not enough, further production steps are necessary until an equipment manufacturer obtains a functional component. High flexibility and fast turnaround times are the biggest advantages for the customer. «At the end of the day, we assemble coil, PCB and cable into a complete motor. This is KUK's great competence,» states CEO Manuel Inauen.

As a system supplier, KUK is able to decide quickly on the entire manufacturing process without x partners being involved. The customer also benefits from KUK's established, global network of suppliers and thus from the best conditions. An equipment manufacturer, further away from its core business, also lacks the know-how in the procurement of certain individual parts.

OUR KNOW-HOW AND SERVICES

FEASIBILITY
OPTIMIZATION
SAMPLING
AUTOMATION
SERIES
SCALING

Process partner from product idea to large-scale production

KUK serves the customer according to individual requirements from development phase to the integration of the goods into the global supply chain.

 

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