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Axial Flux Machines

Axial Flux Machines

At sintex, we are excited to introduce you to the world of SMC in axial flux machines. Axial flux machines are rapidly gaining popularity as a highly efficient and innovative solution for various applications.

At the heart of an axial flux machine lies a unique design that differs from the conventional radial flux machines. Instead of having the stator and rotor arranged radially, the stator and rotor are arranged parallel to each other, with the magnetic flux flowing axially between them. This design offers several advantages, such as higher power density, reduced weight, and improved efficiency.

Our SMC components, tailored to axial flux machines, are designed to meet the needs of various industries, including automotive, aerospace, renewable energy, and more. Our components are highly customizable and can be tailored to meet the specific needs of your application, ensuring maximum efficiency and performance. By applying SMC, one can harvest the advantages of the possibilities in 3-dimensions, that exists within axial flux designs.

We understand that customers value reliability and durability when it comes to their machines, and we take pride in the quality of our products. Our components are built to withstand the toughest environments and are rigorously tested to ensure they meet the highest standards of quality and performance.

In addition to our high-quality SMC components, we also offer excellent customer support to ensure your satisfaction with our products. Our team of experts are always available to answer your questions and provide support throughout the entire process, from selection of materials, geometries and sizes to design, hence ensuring an optimization of your current motor.

Overall, we believe that our SMC components for axial flux machines offer a superior solution for a wide range of applications. We can be of assistance in everything from making the concept, designing the motor and ensuring you will be provided a prototype that is ready for high-scale production at Sintex. We invite you to explore our webpage further to learn more about our products and services, and we look forward to working with you to find the perfect solution for your needs.

Video Podcast

Recently, we have made a short video podcast on Axial Flux Machines acting as episode 2 in our video podcast series.

View our full episode on our video podcast regarding Axial Flux Machines. An interesting discussion between Peter Kjeldsteen and a researcher, Dr. Luca Papini, from the University of Pisa. You can learn about how the Axial Flux Machines work and their origin as well as the different applications.