In this research an axial flux permanent-magnet machine for low power application is presented. This type of machine is suitable for wind power in a distributed generation scheme. Cogging torque issues are eliminated by using a stator without iron. This coreless design improves wind's speed range utilization and reduces total machine weight. Fiber glass is used to assemble the stator winding and magnets are optimized to maximize power density. Finally, a 400 Watt prototype, three phases, double rotor, central stator and 12-pole machines has been manufactured to verify the design proposed. Laboratory setup and experimental results are reported.