Electric vehicles to get more mileage with TU Chemnitz 3D printed motors

Electric vehicles to get more mileage with TU Chemnitz 3D printed motors

Johannes Rudolph and Fabian Lorenz of the Technical University of Chemnitz, Germany have developed a unique multimaterial 3D printing process for making electric motors. The goal of the technique is to create motors with a greater overload capacity, so that electric powered machines and devices can run longer without getting damaged. The first challenge was to prove that 3D printing could accurately replicate the properties of existing motors. Then, the researchers were required to optimize the design to open up new possibilities of the electrical interplay between ceramics and metals. Johannes Rudolph and Fabian Lorenz of TU Chemnitz with […]

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