ZEISS and Volkswagen have been working together to develop a new measuring solution for hairpin stators.
The Volkswagen plant in Salzgitter manufactures important components for the new APP 310 electric drive destined for the VW ID.3, including an innovative hairpin stator. To assure the quality of this sophisticated engine design, ZEISS worked collaboratively with Volkswagen(VW) to develop a convincing measuring solution.
The VW ID.3 is the first-ever vehicle to be designed purely as an electric car. This compact model went into production in 2021, with up to 500,000 units expected to roll off the factory floor in Germany. In addition, plans to set up more production plants in other countries are already in place.
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