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1. (WO2018205212) STATOR WINDER ENAMELLED WIRE FIXING APPARATUS AND METHOD THEREFOR

Pub. No.:    WO/2018/205212    International Application No.:    PCT/CN2017/083925
Publication Date: Fri Nov 16 00:59:59 CET 2018 International Filing Date: Fri May 12 01:59:59 CEST 2017
IPC: H02K 15/00
H02K 15/04
H02K 15/085
Applicants: SHENZHEN XINHUAWEI MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT CO., LTD
深圳市鑫华威机电设备有限公司
Inventors: ZHANG, Dingwei
张定威
Title: STATOR WINDER ENAMELLED WIRE FIXING APPARATUS AND METHOD THEREFOR
Abstract:
Disclosed is a stator winder enamelled wire fixing apparatus, comprising a mounting plate (1), a fixed block (2) and a press-down block (3), wherein the mounting plate (1) is provided with a slide rail (10) and a sliding block (11) sliding on the slide rail (10); a baffle plate (12) is provided on the mounting plate (1) in the sliding direction of the sliding block (11); the baffle plate (12) and the sliding block (11) are connected via a spring (13); an upper surface of the sliding block (11) is provided with a air cylinder (110); the fixed block (2) is fixedly connected to the sliding block (11); the fixed block (2) is provided with a first through hole corresponding to the air cylinder (110); a movable end of the air cylinder (110) is fixedly connected to the press-down block (3); surfaces, which are opposite each other, of the fixed block (2) and the press-down block (3), are both provided with a semi-cylindrical groove (4); a semi-circular ring silicone wafer (40) is provided in the two grooves (4); when stopping paying out, the air cylinder (110) runs to drive the press-down block (3) to press down, the silicone wafer (40) on the press-down block (3) and the silicone wafer (40) on the fixed block (2) abut the surface of an enamelled wire from top to bottom to fix same, the lateral force of the fixed block (2) receiving the impact of inertia of paid out wire is transferred to the sliding block (11), and while the sliding block (11) moves on the slide rail (10), the spring (13) buffers to cancel out the lateral force, in particular suiting copper wire with a relatively small diameter very well.