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When most people think of the metal-making process, they picture a stream of molten metal pouring into a mold -- it makes a nice visual for films and commercials. But when you consider making parts with powder metal, it may be a little harder to picture the process -- or why one would bother with powder metal in the first place.
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 common applications of electrical motors fall into two main categories -- axial flux motors vs. radial flux motors. There’s also a third category -- transverse flux motors -- but this configuration is not as widespread (yet).
For decades, radial flux motors were the most common solution. However, for reasons we’ll discuss below, axial flux machines are becoming the standard for AC motor quality.