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CarpenterDave 03-25-2013 12:04 AM

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For an ABC wind-ing you did get 7 stator teeth out of 9-----try again-::o:sad::{:(:mad::silly::ws:
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kyleservicetech 06-06-2013 07:17 PM

Originally Posted by mark32 (Post 912735)
That is the connect of the three cables, in celebrity and delta are the two possible hook-ups of the cables after twisting. Star and delta are not twisting blueprints.

Here is some useful information on winding brushless motors.

I've wound a half dozen of these www.gobrushless.com motors, they work well. Only problem, winding your own motor now days is more expensive than just buying one ready to use. :( :eek: :cool:

Bullfrog 06-10-2020 06:41 PM

Hopefully some of you guys still monitor this thread...a related question I need help with, please.

When winding a BLDC motor, how difficult is it to wind the motor with partial turns as opposed to full turns i.e. 5.5T as opposed to 6T?

My actual application is a MAC ebike motor but figured the answer is fairly universal.


ron_van_sommeren 06-11-2020 05:14 PM

Partial turns are the same, and you count them as partial turns.
Every extra length adds to the magnetic field, because it's about the circular magnetic field around the wire.

More people (re)winding your size of motor in this subforum:
Electric Motor Design and Construction - RCG

Sticky in said subforum:
(Re)winding and building motors, tips & tricks, checks & tests - RCG

A forum dedicated to e-traction:


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