Our experts can advise you in the following areas
Benefits of our expertise
- Many years of experience in complex drive technology for industrial environments
- Expertise under one roof
- Know-how about extreme conditions (temperature, vacuum, pressure, vibration/shock)
- Dedicated test laboratory in Switzerland for simulating extreme conditions
- High-precision systems for maximum accuracy
- Tailored solutions (based on maxon modular system)
- System expertise
Stapled shut in secondsIt is difficult to imagine the modern packaging industry without battery powered carton closing s...
Shower systemMost people take showers to clean themselves of sweat and dirt. However, one Swiss company wants ...
Elevator door driveThe elevator manufacturer Schindler transports more than a billion people every day. Its elevator...
Ice drillingThe kilometer thick ice of the Antarctic holds many secrets. For decades, scientists have researc...
Model railwayModel railroading is fascinating: The miniature trains do not only look like the originals. They ...
Tattoo machineThe tattoo scene is driven by younger artists who have little in common with the old stereotypes.
Kinetic ArtThe kinetic sculptures of the Korean artist U-Ram Choe are composed of acrylic resin, stainless steel and moving elements, and have been fascinating people for two decades.
Kenshiro robotThe tendon-controlled humanoid robot created by the University of Tokyo has more than 160 artificial muscles and is the result of many years of experience.
Particle Acceleratormaxon spent several months working alongside Instrument Design Technology (IDT) to customise a small, brushless motor to perform in the extreme vacuum conditions of the synchrotron.
Cat-Truckmaxon drives play an important role in model making – many locomotives run their rounds pow-ered by maxon motors.
TelescopesThe Dome C telescope in the Antarctic is in constant use, even under some of the toughest weather conditions on the planet.
Inspector systemsInspecting flooded pipes of power plants requires skilled, high-precision handling and the robotic vehicles that are used to do this have to be optimised accordingly.
Rescue robotIntelligent robot systems are increasingly being used in disaster control, rescue missions and salvage operations – wherever it is too dangerous for humans.
Humanoid Robotic HandThere has been rapid progress in the development of robotic hands that replicate human movement; delicate grippers with fingers and thumbs are now no longer a vision but a reality.