Electrical winding Step One
Choose stator side with 3 points. Use 2mm wire and fold it double. Leaving 10cm as lead wire, start winding clockwise.
Electrical winding instruction one
Electrical winding Step Two
Wind 16 turns on the first tooth, with 4 layers of 4 turns each, ending the last turn in the middle of the stator.
Electrical winding instruction two
Electrical winding Step Three
When finished with the first tooth, skip 2 teeth and wind 16 turns on the 4th tooth, exactly the same as the first one.
Electrical winding instruction three
Electrical winding Step Four
The winding direction must also be clockwise.
Electrical winding instruction four
Electrical winding Step Five
Electrical winding instruction five
Electrical winding Step Six
When finished with the 4th tooth, again skip 2 teeth and go to the 7th tooth.
Electrical winding instruction six
Electrical winding Step Seven
Now wind the 7th tooth the same as the previous two teeth.
Electrical winding instruction seven
Electrical winding Step Eight
The first phase is now finished. Prepare another wire and wind the 2nd, 5th and 6th teeth. See next figure.
Electrical winding instruction eight
Electrical winding Step Nine
Finally, wind the 3 remaining teeth. Leaving 15mm, cut the 3 remaining ends of the wires, scrape the enamel off, twist together and solder. Insulate with a short piece of heat shrink tubing. Put heat shrink tubing on the 3 lead wires.
Electrical winding instruction nine
Assenting the motor: Insert the motor shaft into the magnet bell and use loctite to secure t. Use Loctite to secure the stator and bearings to the bearing housing.