I think we will see a move back to domestic manufacturing and maybe your "tools" should be a part of that. Many people don't realize that tool and die makers are now a rare breed here.
I needed to re-wind a high tension stator coil for a vintage motorcycle. 22,000 turns, and I was not about to do that by hand. So I made a spinning tool that held a spool of wire, counter balanced with a weight, and fed the tiny wire out via a set of tiny pulleys that created just the right wire tension. Mounted it in the milling machine and devised a way to move the "magnetic core" (the steel laminated plates) up and down at the correct rate, as wire was wrapped. It worked perfectly, and made a factory quality part. I'll post a pic if I ever find it again.
It absolutely could be used to make quality electric motor windings.