group order: 40mm,18slot statorlaminations

Goedendag ;-)
Ralph Okon (a.k.a.
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is putting together a group order for
40mm. diameter, 18pole statorlaminations (e.g. for direct drive helicopter
motors, large props). A minimum order of 5000 laminations is needed to start
a production run. Minimum order per person is 50. One 0.20mm lamination
(NO20 iron quality) will cost 0.5?. Flux ring and frontplates will probably
also be available by then. Keep in mind, this is not a business for Ralph,
he's in the business of curing people :-)
More info on ordering;
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I'll post this in several lists/forums, think it's best if we all
discussed/asked in the thread above.
Vriendelijke groeten ;-) Ron van Sommeren
near Nijmegen, the Netherlands
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Ron van Sommeren
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Goedendag ;-)
... More info from Ralp Okon ...
I think, you should better calculate with ca. 4 per mm, because of the needed insulation between the plates. in summery 40 up to 45 per cm I think.
we are looking now for curved magnets for the project. it seems, if there are enough users who join the project, ist could give a complete set (can, bearings, etc.) for the motor. lenght then 5, 10 and 15mm in first attempt.
and the baby has a name now: its our "CROCODILE"
-has many teeth too, more then the others :D -seems to be leazy, but is a very powerfull animal. - there are big elektrical lokomotives(?) for railway, also named so:
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if you are interested in more details, please have a look at
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we have orders for 2000 statorplates now and we need minimum 5000 to get this very good price.....
viele grüsse, ralph
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Ron van Sommeren
Turned parts, magnets, shafts, ball bearings will become available too. Drawing:
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More info
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Remember, this is not a commercial thing, it's a group design project from the diy motor builders at
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Vriendelijke groeten ;-) Ron van Sommeren near Nijmegen, the Netherlands
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