R&D


The DYNAMEC Research & Development center, founded in 1988, was an
annex lab and has been successful in various joint researches with customers.
DYNAMEC R&D performs its best on continuous technical improvements
and designing optimized manufacturing processes to satisfy customers’
requirements from early prototype stages to mass production.

Highly trained engineering teams to respond to customers diverse design request for optimal levels of manufacturing efficiency.

Experts at utilizing engineering software for 2D/3D drawings and metal forming simulations.

Practical and efficient technical support for each step of development stages.

Active contribution to customers for improvement on newly developed products and current production line up.

Forging


To successfully deliver a competitive product to market, our world class engineers
and forging facilities operate using robust tooling analysis
and on-demand design capabilities. DYNAMEC will never cease
its effort to create quality-oriented and market leading forging products.

Differential Gear Forging Simulation

Material Flexible application of materials per targeted mechanical properties by extensive knowledge and experience.

Design Tailored tools and manufacturing processes designed according to customer specification.

Facility Continuous quality and productivityImprovement made possible by automated facilities.

Annealing & Design Lubrication Methods of metal structuring and friction reduction enchancesforging efficiency and tool life.

Precision Machining


DYNAMEC operates on an optimized machining line structure for the various
materials including steel, cast iron, and aluminum. Critical dimensions are fully controlled
within operations by automated in-process measurement devices.

ALUMINUM
MACHINING
Utmost accuracy and consistency is controlled with the high speed precision machining facility.

MULTI-AXIS CNC MACHINING CAD/CAM design and autonomous measuring equipment are applied in multi-axis CNC machining to manufacture high value-added, machined products.

INTEGRATED PRODUCTION LINE FOR SHAFTS Integrated processing line including CNC machining, threading, induction hardening, and grinding to accomplish high productivity and customer’s quality standards.

DUCTILE IRON CASTING MACHINING DY’s robust tooling design and process line-up guarantees mass production for ductile iron castings in various shapes and sizes with high efficiency.

Electric Components & Motors


DYNAMEC has the full capabilities to offer our customers the entire electronic
manufacturing process from coil preassembly to end-of-line testing.
Our quality principles apply here as well; all under one roof. As a system integrator,
we control e-motor assembly and ensure top quality procedures, processes, and products.

ROTOR The moving part in an electric motor is known as the rotor which turns the shaft to deliver the mechanical power. The rotor usually has conductors laid into it which carry currents that interact with the magnetic field of the stator to generate the forces that turn the shaft. However, some rotors carry permanent magnets and the stator holds the conductors.

STATOR The stator is the stationary part of the motor’s electromagnetic circuit and usually consists of either windings or permanent magnets. The stator core is made up of many thin metal sheets, called laminations. Laminations are used to reduce energy losses that would result if a solid core were used.

WINDINGS Electric machines come in two basic magnet field pole configurations: salient-pole machine and nonsalient-pole machine. In the salient-pole machine the pole's magnetic field is produced by a winding wound around the pole below the pole face. In the nonsalient-pole, or distributed field, or round-rotor, machine, the winding is distributed in pole face slots.

COMMUTOR A commutator is a mechanism used to switch the input of most DC machines and certain AC machines consisting of slip ring segments insulated from each other and from the electric motor's shaft. The motor's armature current is supplied through the stationary brushes in contact with the revolving commutator, which causes required current reversal and applies power to the machine in an optimal manner as the rotor rotates from pole to pole.