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CHARTS: Properties of Powder Metallurgy Electric Motor Materials

Why are magnetic materials important? Without magnetics, modern technology wouldn’t exist. They’re in motors, transformers, cars, and so on. And powder metallurgy ...
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5 Things to Tell Your Powder Metallurgy Manufacturer About Your Design

Powder metallurgy (PM) is increasing in popularity for both magnetic and structural  applications. But no matter how many design proposals come across the desk of a PM ...
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Design for Manufacturability Part 1: Powder Metal Parts & SMCs

Powder metallurgy has grown increasingly popular for the fabrication of complex-yet-reliable components. But what if we told you there was a nearly entirely different ...
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Can Electric Wheel Hub Motors Be Even More Efficient?

The move to electric mobility is well past passenger cars.
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Core & Hysteresis Loss in Induction Motors: SMC Vs. Steel Lamination

Have you ever wished you had superpowers that could stop both hysteresis and eddy current loss in a project that demanded high magnetic performance?
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How to Reduce Rare-Earth Motor Magnet Use With Soft Magnetic Composite

Every engineer using rare-earth magnets (REMs) in their motor design has a problem today. 
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DFM Part 2: Sintered Soft Magnetic Materials in Powder Metallurgy

Different branches of powder metallurgy (PM) materials have very different design considerations. It’s a fact of life for PM manufacturers but sometimes a hard lesson ...
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Electric Motor Design: Radial vs. Axial & Transverse Flux

As an engineer tasked with bringing your product into the future, you probably have many decisions to make when choosing the motor design of your AC project. The most ...
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STUDY: Sintering Structural Powder Metallurgy Components at 2500°

“Conventional” sintering is synonymous with structural powder metallurgy components.  The majority of today’s powder metal parts are sintered at 2050° in a ...
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Prototyping Motor Components With Soft Magnetic Composite Materials

In metal components production, prototyping is often a necessary evil so you can evolve your engineering design and, eventually, get the best final product possible. 
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