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If you need to customize a BLDC motor, what do you need to communicate with us? ​


We often receive inquiries from different customers about customizing non-standard motors. Due to different levels of understanding of motor industry products, customers will have many problems when communicating with us. In order to help everyone communicate with us more efficiently, we have summarized the following points:

1. Main specifications of the motor:

   For example, if you have basic information such as motor diameter, length, shaft diameter, voltage, speed, torque, etc, if you have drawings or parameters, you can send them directly to us. If you have special needs, please inform us as well, and we can make a preliminary assessment based on the information provided and confirm if we can do;If you have a sample, you can take a photo or send it to us, so that we can confirm it and make the samples more accurately;

2. Specific applications of motor:

   That is, what product the motor will be used in, what actions it will perform, the working and operating environment, etc. This information can help our engineers more quickly search for motor solutions for industry applications and speed up the progress of technical evaluation.

3. Estimated demand quantity of motor:

   It takes a long time to confirm the customization of motors (especially those that require mold opening) and there are many processes, so we have certain requirements for the quantity of customized items. If the quantity is small, there is no need to customize.

4. Complete project schedule:

   We have many motor customization projects. It would be best if we have this schedule, so that we can arrange the mold opening time, material cycle, first sample time, experimental cycle, customer installation test, small batch, trial production and other stages in advance. , to match your project progress.

 5. Target price:

   If there are estimated cost requirements and target unit price, it is best to inform us so that our engineers can choose the appropriate solution based on the unit price requirements when evaluating the motor solution to avoid the situation where the motor can meet the requirements but the cost is unacceptable.

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