From the University of New South Wales in Sidney comes an electric potentially revolutionary motor that can reach 100,000 rpm. According to official documents, the maximum power and speed reached exceed and double the current records of permanent magnet synchronous motors. Researchers state it is the fastest ever manufactured by using lamination materials available on the market. Its potential of generating and extremely high-power density, decreasing the total weight and increasing the range of each charge, is very interesting. This electric motor can be used in high-precision CNC machines, highly demanded by the aeronautical and robot industry. Moreover, the solution developed by Unsw allows high-precision machines to mill or to drill with minimum diameters.