The motor in a washing machine oscillates at set frequencies as compared to a motor that spins very fast in a fixed direction in a blender/mixer.
What I don’t understand however is : Don’t they both have the same job to perform -To mix a liquid (usually water) with solid stuff ?
The more friction the motors can create between the solid materials( food or clothes ), the more rubbing action there would be, hence a faster operation.
So, why don’t the motors of a mixer spin like that of a washing machine ? Or are there those types of mixers as well ? If so, which one does the job faster ?