drive.tech | maxon's corporate blog about drive technology
Welcome to maxon's corporate blog
Women in Engineering
IDX Compact drive
Young Engineers Program
Head of Training at maxon
Motion Control Specialist
Additive manufacturing of #ceramic components speeds up the production of prototype parts and opens up new possibil…
maxon hat heute am Hauptsitz in Obwalden das neue Produktionsgebäude TC IV eröffnet. Dieses steht am selben Ort , w…
Engineered to the last pour
Where motion is the key to a great cup of coffee, duplicating the precision and reliability of the motion of a person’s hand, wrist, and elbow require a unique robotic design.
The organic express of Lausanne
The bikers of Plateforme Bio Lokal supply fresh organic vegetables to restaurants and bars – quickly and emissionfree. Even 200 kg of potatoes do not faze them.
Inked to precision
The tattoo scene is driven by young artists who have little in common with the old stereotypes.
The perfect record player
Music lovers all over the world dream of having this jewel in their living room.
Get a move on, furniture!
Modular robotics is offering a wealth of new possibilities. A team at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne has declared war on boring and static interior design.
Down to the smallest detail
Miniature trains do not just look like the originals, they are strong and can handle continuous operation.
On the trail of wild animals
Elephants, lions or entire herds of antelopes – with a digital camera specially designed for documentaries, wild animals can be captured quickly.
Guardians between two worlds
To breathe life into his mythological creature “Custos Cavum,” the artist relies on maxon motors.
Inked by maxon
Felix Herger on why many tattoo machine manufacturers want DC motors from Switzerland.
Snow, ice and sand are the natural enemies of many bikers. A trend from the USA in spite of these elements: fat bikes.
On the road with the mechanical herd
A German artist group made moving mechanical animals from used bicycles. Now they are traveling throughout Europe with a herd of them.
On the right track
Christian Dörsam from Chur (Switzerland) provides conversion and repair services for model railroads. If he wants to really pamper a locomotive, he gives it a maxon motor.
Taking showering to the next level
A Swiss company wants to turn showering into an event. In order to achieve this, it takes a powerfull DC motor.
Although we rarely notice them, electrical drives are everywhere around us – at home, on our commute, at work, and even when we grab a kebab for lunch.
Electronic convertible dining table move by maxon brushless DC motors