High Speed Stamping

High speed press work, being a sub branch of stamping process, is the fundamental and substantial stage in electric motor industries, punching the motors rotor and stator cores using a highly precise stamping tool. Depending on the dimensional size of the cores the stamping speed varies from 150 to 1300 stroke per minute.

Process Sequence

• The bulky electrical sheet coils is cut in length in slitting line.

• The precise strip coil is loaded on uncoiling system next to the press machine.

• Sheet is feed in the stamping die through the straightening machine and feeding device.

• Running the press starts to produce the motor loose laminations or core packs depending on the die type.

• Packing machine delivers rotor or stator cores out of loose lamination.

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We enjoy 11 fully equipped high speed presses ranging 125 to 350 tons with a capacity of 50,000 stacks per day. A modern slitting lines ensures our desired precise strip widths. Thanks to over 60 lamination stamping dies, enabling us to generate a wide range of various motors.

SLITTING LINE

A Slitting Line is used to cut in lenght a master coil down into lighter coils of specific widths.

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