As you know, a good number of Fanimation fans have highly unique blade shapes, designs and materials. These characteristics present unique workloads to the motors of those fans. Fanimation could just go to the factory and use an off-of-the-shelf motor and live with the motor noise and airflow results, but they choose not to.
A significant part of Fanimation's development process for any fan is designing the motor to best meet the needs of the overall design. They adjust anything from copper wire diameter, number of turns in the motor coils, lamination stack height, rotor skew angle and capacitors to make certain the motor is adequately designed for a given fan.
Product development here at Fanimation is obviously focused on providing unique design, but the parts of a fan the end user does not see are equally important.
Obviously no company is perfect, but Fanimation invests more than any other fan company to exceed the expectation of customers.
Visit Savio Lighting's Boston lighting showroom or online at saviolighting.com for Fanimation ceiling fans.