Dema: machines for the production of electric motors

The Italian company Dema is more and more engaged in the development of lines used to produce electric motors for both hybrid and electric cars.

Presently, Dema is delivering two inspection lines to check rotor and stator laminations stacks immediately after their production; the lines are used to control the production process and the stacks features are correct.

These are the first steps of the powertrain unit assembly process produced by an innovative American electric car maker.

Inspection is a strategic activity in the automotive business to guarantee zero defects; for this reason, Dema has, in the past few years, developed new inspection machines dedicated to check any kind of stack features, including stack height measurement, surface run-out control, welding seams checks, go-gauge controls on ID, OD, hairpins or magnets slots, cosmetic checks and more.

The Dema business is focused on laminations and laminations stacks handling. They are the worldwide expert on:

  • stacking
  • welding
  • inspection
  • assembling

Dema announces a recent partnership with Comau

To be closer in line with their customers’ expectations, Dema announces their recent partnership with Comau, one of the current leaders on production and assembling lines in the automotive business.

Comau, with over 40 years of experience in automation and powertrain assembly, will be the right support for the new production requests in electrification projects. Comau, through flexible, modular and scalable assembly systems, grants the highest performance, process repeatability, flexibility and reliability.

With its global footprint, Comau can supply a full system dedicated to EV motors and their project management excellence ensures the added value that customers desire.

Thanks to this, the powertrain unit producers and their suppliers can be in touch with a leading team involving the experts of each process step.

 

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