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Wabash Magnetics Control Products
Wabash IN 46992
260-563-2191 • 260-563-1652
http://www.wabashmagnetics.com

Description: One of the largest high volume manufacturers of customer electrical/electronic/magnetic devices and a major participant in Control Technology. Provide custom design engineering for solenoids, coils and sensors to a variety of industries including Irrigation, Medical, Refrigeration, Robotics and Instrumentation and Industrial Automation. Complete solenoids and coils are both conventional and overmolded. Sensor Technologies used are Giant Magneto Resistive and Reed Switch Magnet.

Jeffrey P. Dietrich control@fwi.com
Casey V. Kroll info@wabashmagnetics.com
John E. Welna control@fwi.com


Walker LDJ Scientific, Inc.
1280 East Big Beaver Road
Worcester MI 48083
800-962-4638 • 508-856-9931
info@walkerldj.com
http://www.walkerldjscientific.com

Description: Walker LDJ Scientific innovative and comprehensive line of products provides a single source for magnetic measuring, processing and analysis of magnetic materials, circuits and assemblies. Products include hand held and laboratory Gaussmeters, Fluxmeters, Fluxgate Magnetometers, Magnetizers, Helmholtz, Solenoids, Electromagnets, Hysteresisgraph systems, Linear Power supplies. Walker also specializes in custom system designs for the most demanding application.

Ron Cohee
Stephen L. Dakel
Leon D. Jackson


Warner Electric, LLC
802 E. Short Street
Columbia City, IN 46725
P: 260-244-6183• F: 260-244-3928


Wayne Kerr Electronics Inc.
165 L New Boston Street
Woburn MA 1801
781-938-8390 • 781-933-9523
sales@waynekerr.com
http://www.waynekerrtest.com

Description: Precision Magnetic Analyzes, Inductor Analyzer, Automatic transforer tester, Precision Components Analyzer, LCR meters. Impulse Winding Tester.

Ken Harrison
Owen Wiseman


Western New England College

Dr. John Burke
18 Mallard Lane
Westfield MA 1085
413-568-1965
jburke@wnec.edu

Brian Luce
1215 Wilbraham Rd., Box 3494
Springfield MA 1119
413-782-1273 • 413-796-2116

John Manning
1215 Wilbraham Rd, Box 3412
Springfield MA 1119
413-796-4363

Nicole Petro
1215 Wilbraham Rd., Box 3574
Springfield MA 1119
413-782-1273 • 413-796-2116

David Vigliano
1215 Wilbraham Rd., Box 4095
Springfield MA 1119
413-782-1273 • 413-796-2116


Westlake Plastics Company West
Lenni Road
Lenni PA 19052
800-999-1700 • 610-459-1084
westlakeplastics@westlakeplstics.com
http://www.westlakeplastics.com

Description: Extrudes the widest array of high performance thermoplastic films available anywhere. Widely used in electrical insulation applications such as slot liners, coil winding and motor winding, products include ECTFE (Halar®); Peek™ (Victrex®), Tempalux® (Ultem®), PES (Ultrason® E, Radel® A), PMP (TPX®), PPSU (Radel®), Thermalux® PSO (Udel®), PVDF (Kynar®) and many others. Thicknesses range from .001" to .029", widths up to 27-1/2". Customs runs as small as 200 lbs. can be quoted.

Dave Griffith
Gary King
Ed Westlake, Jr.


WGE
306 Stable Drive
Fort Wayne IN 46825
260-444-2135 • 260-444-2577
steve@whge-usa.com
http://www.whge-usa.com

Description: Designs and manufactures individual modular machines and complete automated systems including: Cleating and Welding, Insulating, Flyer Winding, Shed Winding, In-Slot Winding, Inserting/Coil Placing, Linear Coil Winding Machinery Preform Pressing, Drift Pressing and Final Form Pressing equipment for all types of electrical motors such as: Shaded-pole, Stepper Fractional, Submersible, Brushless D. C., External Slot, Universal, Hermetic, Large Frame of 2HP and up, Welder/Generator Stators, Servo and Ceiling Fans. Customization of equipment to suit customer needs include the latest in programmable and menu driven controls. Extensive replacement tooling service for all types of perishable motor manufacturing tooling.

Steve Galligher, President
Jon Whitby, Vice President


Wiehe Hydro Tasmania
BPO Box 355
Tasmania 7001 AUSTRALIA
61-3-623-05395 • 61-3-623-05871
peter.wiehe@hydro.com.au

Peter Albert


Winding Aumann Automation
9300 Airport Drive, Suite H
Fort Wayne IN 46899
P: 260-478-1777 F: 260-478-1004

Address in Europe:
In der Tutenbeke 37, 32339
Espelkamp Germany
P:+49 5772 5660 F: +49 5772 566 298

sales@aumannusa.com
http://www.aumannusa.com


Description: Aumann is a global market leader specializing in winding technologies
and custom machine development/design and manufacturer for high volume production of electric motors and coils. Energy efficient solutions for E-Mobility. Automation-turnkey production and assembly lines with or without integrated winding-wire enameling ovens.

Hartmut Hillenhagen
Gerd-Udo Sasten


Windings Inc.
208 North Valley
New Ulm MN 56073
507-359-2034 • 507-354-5383
roger.ryberg@windings.com

Roger Ryberg


Wingard & Co. Inc.
4205 Menlo Drive
Baltimore MD 21215
410-358-2210 • 410-358-4573
administrator@hydroblanking.com

http://www.hydroblanking.com

Description: Custom Motor Laminations stamped loose or assembled into stacks - introducing laser welding, as well as tig welding, epoxy bonded and riveted. Wingard stamps all electrical steels and exotics for rotors, stators, steppers, fields, armatures, linears, E'S, I's, and end fibers. Medium to low volume production ranging from 5,000 pcs. to 2 million parts per year. Each lamination is stamped complete in one hit including diameters from .500" to 18". Due to one hit process part variation is less than .0003". Wingard's exclusive Hydroblank tooling is a very moderate one time charge and tool lead time average 6 - 8 weeks.

Kevin Jeunette
Charles Phillips
William F. Wingard, Jr.


Wire Packaging, Inc.
1101 Raymond St.
Elgin IL 60120
847-741-5151 • 847-741-0843
jbernat@icsp.net
http://www.wirepackaging.com

Description: Offers a spool recycling service to coil winders so that they have an environmentally friendly way to dispose of empty plastic spools once they have used the wire in their processes. This saves the coil winder from having to pay disposal coast, and it keeps plastics from being buried in landfills. The spools are recycled back to the wire producers to help keep packaging costs low and thus keep the price of wire down.

John Bernat
Pat McDowell
Tena York


Wright State University

Brad Bryant
378 Cottonwood Ct.
Fairborn OH 45324
bbryant@cs.wright.edu

Fred Garber
3640 Colonel Gleen Hwy
Dayton OH 45435-0001
937-775-5037 • 937-773-3936
fred.garber@wright.edu

Jasen Kremer
438 Lock Two Road
New Bremen OH 45869
419-629-3193
kremer.14@wright.edu

Ryan McGinnis
1600 Raymond Dr.
Tipp City OH 45371
937-667-5890
bluebomb78@yahoo.com

Edward Morris
5015 Cheswick Ct., Apt C
Dayton OH 45431
937-252-3895
morris.5@wright.edu

Oleg V. Shiryayev
7926 Mill Creek Cir. W.
Chester OH 45069
513-874-5255
shiryaev@email.msu.com

 

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