• Finding alternative motors

    by John Walters, Technical Engineer

    What to do when your current motor is End-of-Life

  • maxon’s new aerospace catalogue takes flight

    Compliance sits at the heart of product design, especially in sectors like aerospace. Therefore, precision drives specialist maxon UK and Ireland has created a new aerospace catalogue showcasing its range of DO-160 compliant motors, gearboxes and encoders.

  • The Benefits of Electric Drives in Downhole Equipment

    by Branko Beric, Business Development Engineer, maxon international ag

    From surveying and preparing extraction fields to maximizing and optimizing the production of mature oil and gas wells, collecting big data and controlling the downhole processes has become an essential aspect of every oil and gas extraction project.

  • Lab automation is getting even smaller

    When you need the accuracy but don’t have the room or the budget.

    UK Robotics has recently launched a new liquid handler to shake up the lab automation market. Feedback from small biotech companies and big pharmaceuticals has been beyond the company's wildest expectations

  • Understanding thermal behaviour of DC motors

    Part of the maxon video series

    See YouTube for more technical content

  • maxon datasheets explained Part 1

    Watch this short video to find out more.

  • New members join the management team of the maxon Group

    Stefan Müller has been appointed Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the maxon Group. Previously head of the Mobility Solutions business unit, he will take up his post on January 1, 2022. Also, this summer, Andreas Richter joined the Group's management as Chief Operations Officer (COO).

  • maxon adds dynamism to robotic drives

    maxon presents a new frameless BLDC motor with matching encoder that really comes into its own in dynamic applications. At the same time, the drive specialist is presenting a new series of ECX flat motors for a wide range of robotics applications. This heralds the arrival on the market of several solutions for design engineers grappling with tight spaces.

  • Hair today, gone tomorrow

    How maxon helped a Dublin clinic cope with the astonishing increase in hair transplants during the pandemic

  • Predicting future changes in water quality

    How maxon helped Dublin City University engineer new technology for monitoring aquatic environments

    As the impact of climate change and land use continue to harm aquatic environments, it is becoming increasingly important to measure and monitor changes in water quality. When Dublin City University (DCU) Water Institute was developing its new mobile lab technology to help predict future changes in water quality, it turned to precision drive and motor specialist, maxon for help.


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