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Many large corporations today have the luxury of in-house engineering resources capable of designing an electric motor, but very few can claim manufacturing optimization as a core competency. Consequently, a vast majority of electric motor manufacturing is subcontracted to outside suppliers. Unfortunately, this competency gap often results in brilliant designs that are uneconomical, if not impossible, to manufacture in volume.

With more than 50 years of motor engineering and manufacturing experience, Windings can be an efficient resource to optimize your motor design for manufacturability. Whether your challenge is an aggressive cost reduction target, unacceptably low yield or obsolescence of a critical component, Windings’ engineers have the tools, experience, and expertise to analyze your designs and manufacturing methods and provide recommendations that allow you to achieve your desired outcome.

One of the things that makes Windings unique is our stance on ownership of intellectual property. Unlike most motor manufacturers, Windings offers our clients the option to retain ownership of any unique intellectual property developed during the project, offering maximum flexibility for clients over the life of the product.

Windings has earned a strong reputation as a trusted partner by consistently delivering high-quality products and services that are optimized for the requirements of each application. To ensure stringent requirements are met consistently, Windings’ Quality Management System (QMS) Certifications include ISO9001:2015 / AS9100-D, ITAR Registration, and NADCAP Accreditation. In addition, Windings’ employs J-STD-001 Application Specialists and a J-STD-001 Certified Instructor to ensure the highest quality soldering operations.

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  • Employs proven engineering principles to rapidly test and iterate innovative product designs

  • Shortens product development time and reduces innovation risks

  • Allows engineers to implement highly efficient and effective designs

  • Manufacturing Process Analysis

  • Evaluate Jigs, Fixtures and More


  • Component Drawings

  • Bills of Materials

  • Manufacturing Specifications

  • Assembly Instructions

  • And More

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