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Bondable magnet wires have been used for years in certain specialized applications such as television deflection yoke coils and bobbinless coils for solenoids and inductors. With the development of bondable magnet wire that retains bond strength at temperatures exceeding 155°C. It is now possible to use the physical and electrical properties of a bonded wire system to replace conventional varnish systems in some motor applications. Varnish provides more than mechanical strength to the stator of a motor, so one has to consider whether these features can be replaced by other systems or foregone in order to realize the costs savings associated with the use of bondable wire.