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INGCO S-COS-R-COS3558, Cut Off Saw Rotor
INGCO S-COS-R-COS3558, Cut Off Saw Rotor

INGCO S-COS-R-COS3558, Cut Off Saw Rotor

INGCO S-COS-R-COS3558, Cut Off Saw Rotor

INGCO S-COS-R-COS3558, Cut Off Saw Rotor

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  • Shaft: A central steel shaft that connects the rotor to the motor housing and ultimately to the saw blade. The rotor spins around this shaft.
  • Laminations: The rotor core might be constructed from stacked steel laminations to minimize eddy current losses.
  • Windings: Coils of insulated copper wire are wrapped around the rotor core. When electric current passes through these windings, a magnetic field is generated.
  • Commutator (For DC Motors): In DC motors, a commutator is a rotating electrical switch that reverses the direction of current flow in the windings at specific intervals. This maintains the rotational direction of the rotor. (Brush-less DC motors might not have a commutator.)
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INGCO S-COS-R-COS3558, Cut Off Saw Rotor(S-COS-R-COS3558)

product description:

Function:

The primary function of an electric cut-off saw rotor is to:

  • Generate torque: The rotor interacts with the motor’s stator (stationary component) to create rotational force (torque). This torque is then transferred to the saw blade via the motor shaft, causing the blade to spin at high speed for cutting.
  • Convert electrical energy: By utilizing the principles of electromagnetism, the rotor plays a key role in converting electrical energy from the power source into the mechanical energy that drives the saw blade.

Material:

To ensure both efficient operation and durability, the rotor is typically constructed from a lightweight yet strong metal like:

  • Laminated Steel: This is a popular choice due to its ability to minimize eddy current losses (energy losses within the metal) while maintaining good structural integrity.
  • Copper: While offering excellent electrical conductivity for efficient current flow, copper might be less common due to its higher cost compared to laminated steel.

Design:

The specific design of the rotor can vary depending on the motor type and power of the electric cut-off saw. However, some common design elements include:

  • Shaft: A central steel shaft that connects the rotor to the motor housing and ultimately to the saw blade. The rotor spins around this shaft.
  • Laminations: The rotor core might be constructed from stacked steel laminations to minimize eddy current losses.
  • Windings: Coils of insulated copper wire are wrapped around the rotor core. When electric current passes through these windings, a magnetic field is generated.
  • Commutator (For DC Motors): In DC motors, a commutator is a rotating electrical switch that reverses the direction of current flow in the windings at specific intervals. This maintains the rotational direction of the rotor. (Brush-less DC motors might not have a commutator.)

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