Chapter 5 Design service

Stator Design

Despite looking simple, the stator design process is in reality quite complex.  Our automated design tools facilitate an in-depth, dynamic and finite element analysis for each individual design to ensure that the stator only supports the resonance frequency wanted.

This means we can quickly make the design needed for your project including prototypes.


Our experienced engineers will jump start your project and help you to customize the driver or controller for your application.

You’ll receive the best knowledge we’ve built up over the years, at a fraction of the cost and time and a secure path for further migration so you can focus on your application’s electronics.


The main controller used in the High Resolution Twin Controller, PIC 18F2520, has a rich set of commands that can solve most tasks needed to control the motor and position sensor.

Before you start programming your own controller, we can quickly and easily modify or add new command features to the controller. Any modifications can be made either as a firmware change, or as a part of a customized controller, with the interface you need.

This means you can focus on the application’s firmware & secure a path for future migrations.


Regardless of how you want to communicate with the PCBMotor – either through a high-level, PC software program, or directly to the controller – our engineers deliver the solution that fits your specific requirements.


The ultrasonic frequencies, from the stator, add an additional design dimension to the mechanical construction before it can deliver the desired output to your application.

You can also get a head start on your project schedule by using our design service to help customize your application’s rotor elements.

Read more about How We Work on our website – under ‘steps to success’ – and see how we can help your project into the next phase.


This white paper has demonstrated how a new generation of highly accurate and low cost piezo electric PCMotor’s can be used for a variety of applications.

The PCBMotor utilizes the best from well-established technologies – piezo electric components and printed circuit boards – and combines this into a low cost, high resolution and high torque motors ideal for volume applications where economies of scale starts from only a few hundred units and upwards to millions of motors.

Choose the right motor for your application and

  • Lower assembly costs by automating assembly
  • Lower your bill of materials with fewer parts and SMD Piezo ceramics
  • Reduce your application’s building height
  • Get more design freedom
  • Integrate a smaller form factor with motor, driver & electronics on one PCB
  • Improve motor resolution and accuracy with
    • Direct drive – no slack
    • Higher torque
    • Holding torque when power is off

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