The effects of the parameters of 3D printing in the electrical machine

  • Dénes Tóth SEG Automotive Ltd.
  • Miklós Tisza Miskolci Egyetem
Kulcsszavak: 3D printing, electrical machine, alternator, magnetization, claw-pole


In recent year, the e-mobility is undergoing an exponential grow because of CO2  restrictions. Until 2025 it is expected to be between 7-14% of the total market share,, which means that combustion engines have to be more efficient to be competitive. Start-stop and 48V hybridization are rapidly increase market share, to help reaching CO2 legislation targets. Every possibilities has to be investigated to increase the efficiency: in this paper, the consequences of using 3D metal printed parts in electrical machine will be examined from electrical aspect.