The maxon Group develops and builds electric drives that pack some real power. Our brushed and brushless DC motors are leading the industry worldwide, and they are used wherever the requirements are high and engineers cannot afford any compromises. maxon drives keep NASA's rovers moving on Mars. They are installed in insulin pumps and surgical power tools. You can find them in humanoid robots and in high-precision industrial applications, in tattoo machines, passenger aircraft, race cars, cardiac pumps, prostheses, and e-bikes.
Our systems consist of DC and EC motors, gearheads, sensors, batteries, and controllers and are the basic building blocks for complex applications. To meet the high demands of our customers, all components produced by maxon’s specialists are perfectly matched to each other. Flexibility, efficiency, and quality are the focal points in the development of our competitive system solutions from a single source.
Worldwide, maxon has more than 3000 employees at eight production sites and is represented by sales companies in 40 countries. Clearly defined procedures with milestones help our experts in the Mobility Solutions business unit guarantee a smooth-running project and constant transparency for the customer.