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kuroda-chaoyang group is a professioanl manufacturer in motor stator rotor stamping die , sheet metal stamping die , electrical equipment , stator rotor automatic winding machine etc from 1990, now the company have 10000 square meter plants in dongguan city , guangdong province . kuroda-chaoyang get ISO9001 in 2012 , and now kuroda-chaoyang have about 500 customer in the world, kuroda-chaoyang mould and machien have exprorted to vietnam , India, Bangladesh , Iran , Turkey ,Japan , Itlay etc .kuroda-chaoyang group with convenient traffic and dongguan factory 10000 square meters , with annual processing capacity of 2000 sets die.Our factory have more than 200 workes,sale our products to over 100 countries.kuroda-chaoyang get ISO9001 in 2012.kuroda-chaoyang every year sales about 200 sets dies to all the world,business volume moen than 5 million usd.Kuroda-chaoyang can provide free after sale service in the first year.




  • Rotor Winding Rotor Winding

    The rotor winding of the AC asynchronous motor is divided into two types: the squirrel cage type and the winding type. The squirrel-cage structure is relatively simple. It is usually made of alloy aluminum cast into the inner core groove of the rotor and short-circuited by the end rings.

  • Stator Rotor Distributed Winding Stator Rotor Distributed Winding

    The motor stator of the distributed winding has no convex poles, and each magnetic pole is composed of one or several coils to form a coil group according to a certain regularity. After being energized, magnetic poles of different polarities are formed, so it is also called a hidden pole type.

  • Stator Rotor Stator Rotor

    The concentrated winding is applied to the salient pole stator, which is usually wound into a rectangular coil, and the warp yarn is wrapped and shaped, and then dried by dipping paint, and then embedded on the core of the convex magnetic pole.

  • Stamping Stamping

    Stamping is a method of forming a workpiece (stamping part) of a desired shape and size by applying an external force to a plate, a strip, a pipe, a profile, and the like by a press and a die to cause plastic deformation or separation.