Innovative Winding Technologies

Request Number N079950
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IncWell's partner seeks cutting edge methods to provide e-motor winding with higher degrees of automation.



The production of electric motors (e-motors) requires a semi-manual winding of copper wires, which is a bottle neck to process efficiency. 


The wires, which must be tightly packed in order to provide sufficient power density, also must be adequately insulated against adjacent wires and the magentic sheet metal of the stator/rotor assembly. This insulator has two layers (a paper layer and a lacquer layer) which adds thermal resistance (due to poor thermal transfer properties) and operational limits (the standard lacquer cannot exceed 180°C).


To improve its internal production processes, IncWell's partner seeks new approaches for e-motor winding that can deliver increased speed and efficiency as well improved product performance.


Key Success Criteria

The sucessful technology will:

  • Require low assembly forces
  • Provide high degree of copper wire filling (for example: by delivering novel wire shapes)
  • Provide functional integration of stator/toor cooling, especially inside the stator/rotor notch
  • Operate at temperatures reaching 400°C
  • Possess ampere capacity up 500Arms
    • stretch limit of 800Arms
Possible Approaches

IncWell's partner is open to all approaches.


Approaches not of interest



Preferred Collaboration types
  • Technology Licensing
  • Technology Acquisition
  • To Be Negotiated
Items to be submitted

When responding to this request, please be sure to provide a non-confidential description of the technology you propose along with information regarding your alignment with the Key Success Criteria as well as your desired business relationship with IncWell's partner.


Point of Contact
Jonathan Jakischa
Area of Interest
  • Commercial & Industrial Design
  • Energy & Power Production
  • Other
  • Manufacturing & Fabrication
  • Commercial Equipment & Components
  • Original Equipment Manufacturers
  • Process Control
Due Date
January 15, 2018
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