Hannover Messe Hall 5, Stand C18
parare presents a housing for electric motors developed in cooperation with the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), in which the cooling channel was integrated directly into the housing via 3D printing. This results in significant savings in weight and cost. The cooling channel runs spirally on the inside of the housing wall through the component and ensures that the heat generated during operation is effectively dissipated to the outside.
By 3D pressure, the cooling channel was integrated directly into the housing of electric motors. This results in significant savings in weight and cost.
This design is more important the more powerful the engine is and the more heat it generates. The motor housing can be made considerably more compact in this way and takes up less space in the vehicle. This is accompanied by a weight reduction of about 30 to 40%. Motor housing and cooling are combined, which simplifies production.