The pins of the connection block are used for the automatic winding of the coil wires. The wires are fed endlessly from the roll and separated in the spray inge. The finished parts are stored nest-related.
Consistent quality measures guarantee ppm values of less than 50.
The injected threaded tubes are used as housings for sensors. They have a diameter of 8-12 mm and variable lengths.
In a semi-automated manufacturing process, the plastic is injected as a thin layer of approx. 0.25 mm on the inner wall of the pipe and forms a form-fitting connection with the metal.
With this technology, a wide variety of internal shapes can be realized, complex assembly processes can be saved and a high bond strength between metal and plastic can be achieved.
The coil body with core is used in modern stepper motors. It is characterized by a very thin wall of 0.25 mm in the winding area as well as by extremely high pulling forces of the soldering feet of > 50 N.
In a fully automatic manufacturing process, 16 wires are cut off and bent off the roll in an 8-fold tool. The metal cores are overmoulded together with the wires and the finished parts are deposited nest-related.