Precision DC motors since 1961.
Our micromotors move everything that has to be rotated with high precision and reliability.
At maxon, we develop and build electric drives that pack some real power. Our DC motors are leading the industry worldwide. They are used wherever the requirements are high and engineers cannot afford compromises: maxon motors drive NASA's Mars rovers. 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, camera lenses, race cars, and cardiac pumps.
For more than 50 years, we have focused on customer-specific solutions, quality, and innovation. As a result, our modular product range has constantly been expanded and now includes:
- Brushless and brushed DC motors
- Brushless flat motors
- Planetary gearheads, spur gearheads, special gearheads
- Servo amplifiers, positioning controllers
- High-tech CIM and MIM components
- Custom drives
Numbers and facts about maxon.
|Legal form||Family-owned joint-stock company; |
majority shareholder: Dr. Karl-Walter Braun
|Company focus||Drive technology|
|Number of employees||Approx. 3,000 worldwide, of which over 1,200 are based in Sachseln, Switzerland|
|Production volume||5 million units and approx. 12,000 variations|
|Distribution network||Worldwide, in 40 countries|
|Sales||CHF 526 Mio. consolidated (2018)|
|Products||Brushless and brushed DC motors |
Planetary gearheads, spur gearheads, special gearheads
Servo amplifiers, positioning controllers
CIM and MIM components
Customized drives and system solutions
|Main markets||Medical technology |
Measuring and testing technology