dc brushless motor can obtain a certain success value with the 3D printing stator. Beitridge’s law holds that any title ending with a question mark can be answered with “no”. “We’re not sure,” he said.However, Betteridge’s statement is entirely correct, because 3D printing stator can work successfully for the dc brushless motor.
Part of improving technology is copying other people’s achievements, so that’s Scott trying to do something here. It also builds on his recent experiments with rewinding commercial dc brushless motor to convert it into generators.
His first step was to rebuild his dc brushless motor stator as a printable part. It can easily reconstruct the shape of the stator, and even print it using the original spaghetti iron injected into the polylactic acid wire.
But this is far from the magnetic properties of a suitable stator. There are also some hot issues that can be alleviated by fans. It’s not an amazing success, but it’s still an interesting experiment.
By observing the layered structure of the printing stator, we can get the idea that maybe the double extruder printer can alternate between ordinary PLA and magnetic materials to copy the layered structure of the standard stator. This may help to limit eddy currents and better manage heating.
dc brushless motor with printed stators can work, but the torque is so small that they can’t rotate even under the smallest load.