E-motor shaft is a cylindrical component that extends from the motor and its housing. The shaft's job is to transmit energy from the engine to the intended application. Precision pins and shafts operate in connection to speed and torque.
The most important component of the electric motor is the rotor shaft. The rotor shaft acts as the carrier shaft for the rotor's laminated core, transmitting the electrically generated torque through an equivalent positive coupling in the transmission. Rotor shaft used for EV hybrid vehicles are laser welded parts with precised lead free machining having DIN standard 6 accuracy.