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A coreless electric motor is a type of [[Glossary:DC|DC]] electric motor in which the rotor is a self-supporting resin-bonded basket of windings rather than having the windings wound around an iron core. See [[Electric_motors#DC_and_Universal_.28AC.2FDC.29_Motors|DC and Universal Motors]] in the Wiki.
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A coreless motor is a type of [[Glossary:DC|DC]] electric motor in which the rotor consists of a self-supporting resin-bonded basket of windings rather than having the windings wound around an iron core. See [[Electric_motors#DC_and_Universal_.28AC.2FDC.29_Motors|DC and Universal Motors]] in the Wiki.

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A coreless motor is a type of DC electric motor in which the rotor consists of a self-supporting resin-bonded basket of windings rather than having the windings wound around an iron core. See DC and Universal Motors in the Wiki.