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DC motors made by maxon drive the Mars rover and have been running on the Red Planet for more than ten years. Down here on Earth, the unique quality of their reliable, efficiient and powerful drive systems ensures customer satisfaction.

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Motors that are out of this world
Motors that are out of this world
Posted on October 17, 2016 - (131 views)
maxon motor AG
Brünigstrasse 220
6072 Sachseln - Switzerland
+41-41-6661500
+41-41-6661650
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maxon motor is the world's leading supplier of high-precision drive systems. More than 40 years' experience, constant innovation, top-quality products and competent customer service make maxon motor a reliable partner in the drive technology sector.

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