New publication: Multi-material laser powder bed fusion additive manufacturing of concentrated wound stator teeth

We are pleased to present a new publication: The feasibility study on additive manufacturing of concentrated wound coils with multi-material printing is now available online free of charge.

In close collaboration with the Institut für Produktentwicklung und Gerätebau (IPeG) at the University of Hannover, the limits of additive manufacturing were investigated. Our research team has demonstrated how concentrated wound coils, including the stator tooth, can be manufactured using state-of-the-art multi-material printing technology.

The combination of additive manufacturing and multi-material printing not only enables the precise fabrication of complex geometric structures, but also opens up entirely new possibilities in the field of energy technology and electromobility.

Click here to view the publication and dive deeper into the world of additive manufacturing of concentrated wound coils. We look forward to answering your questions and exploring the opportunities of this exciting new technology with you.