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maxon 02.02.2023
The two development departments of maxon | zub have combined their expertise. The result? The MicroMACS6 controller… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
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Part 4 of 4:🚴‍♀️Meeting the people behind the lightweight e-bike drive: When engineer Erich Lerch is not experiment… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
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Revival Bionics revolutionizes bionic prosthetics.

Compensating fully for disability: this is the mission of Revival Bionics. Created in 2021 after 2 years of work, this start-up develops cutting-edge technologies in biomechatronics, in order to reproduce walking for people with amputated or paralyzed lower limbs.
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Eliminate the Straps and Belts Needed to Attach Prosthetics

With the use of the right motor, a miniature diaphragm vacuum pump keeps artificial legs in place—eliminating the need for straps and belts—making life simpler and less stressful for users.
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The Fusion of Robotics and Apparel

Productivity losses and treatment costs for common musculoskeletal disorders are the most prevalent complications for today’s workers. Through the comingling of clothing and robotic technology, these issues can be decreased immensely.
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maxon drives for the Andrew+ laboratory automation robot

As laboratories become increasingly automated, having the right robots able to select tools and perform precision operations becomes very important.
Motorized Arm Brace Helps Users Live More Independently
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Motorized Arm Brace Helps Users Live More Independently

The need for highly specific medical robotics products has allowed companies to help patients with a wide variety of needs, improving people’s lives while providing more independence.
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Technology designed for the well-being of children

54% of children with cerebral palsy can walk unaided, 16% require special devices to walk, and 30% are not able to walk at the age of five. To address this situation, a team of research professors at Junia has been working for several years on the European research project MOTION, to create an exoskeleton for children with cerebral palsy who cannot walk.
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Medical Exoskeleton for Rehabilitation

The goal achieved was to provide an intelligent, data-driven treatment therapy for dealing with neurological and musculoskeletal movement impairments.
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«A fantastic Feeling»

Zurich-based startup MyoSwiss has developed a lightweight exoskeleton that works like an e-bike for the legs. It assists the wearer’s movements with electronic reinforcement.
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Hair today, gone tomorrow

How maxon helped a Dublin clinic cope with the astonishing increase in hair transplants during the pandemic.
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Exoskeleton Provides Safe Walking Assistance

Graduate students at the National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) have developed an improved exoskeleton design using maxon brushless DC motors and motor controllers.
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No access for bacteria

Tiny drive systems for use in the human body have to be built in a clean environment, free of microbiological contamination. Welcome to the GMP cleanroom of maxon, where discipline and gelatin meet.
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A next step in wearable robotics

Angel Robotics is a Korean startup company that focuses on wearable robots for rehabilitation, Their Exoskeleton is competition proven.
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Battling COVID-19 One Pump at a Time

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Winnipeg Ventilator project had to make some critical choices in design and component selection, particularly for the motor used in the mechanical pump design.
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Breathing inspiration into medical technology

A University initiative saves lives by developing and donating ventilators for lower-income countries.
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Webinar: Choosing drive systems for lab automation

This maxon webinar looks at the latest motor and drive technologies used in laboratory automation applications.
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