Electromate works with the top robotic component partners and robot manufacturing partners to help bring robotic solutions to life.  Starting in the early 2000's, we focused on partnering with technology leaders and positioning ourselves as an industry leader in robotics.

Robotics is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering and science that includes mechanical engineering, electronic engineering, information engineering, computer science, and others.  Robotics deals with the design, construction, operation, and use of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing.

These technologies are used to develop machines that can substitute for humans and replicate human actions.  Robots can be used in many situations and for lots of purposes, but today many are used in dangerous environments (including bomb detection and deactivation), manufacturing processes, eMobility vehicles, or where humans cannot survive (e.g. in space, under water, in high heat, and clean up and containment of hazardous materials and radiation).  

Learn more about all of our partners below and please reach out and let us put you in contact with one another.  

Robotic Component Providers


Maxon motor combines electric motors, gears, feedback devices and DC motor controls into high-precision, intelligent drive systems that can be custom-made to fit the specific needs of customer applications. 

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Harmonic Drive

Harmonic Drive LLC designs and manufactures precision servo actuators, gearheads and gear component sets. They work with  customers and companies to provide standard and custom-engineered solutions. 

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Kollmorgen is a long-trusted partner, designing and manufacturing classic servo motors, direct drive servo motors, stepper motors, drives & amplifiers, gearheads, actuators, or CNC & multi-axis motion controllers.

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AMC has been manufacturing servo drives for over 25 years. They can be found all over the world in the highest performance applications, the harshest environments as well as working reliably in day to day operations.

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Robot Manufacturing Partners


Mecademic offers a unique solution to precision positioning and manipulation in tight spaces, an intelligent alternative to fixed automation. Their small robotic arms are easily integrated into a final product, installed on a production line or used as a desktop tool. 


Kinova builds robots engineered for human-robot interaction in real-world environments. They manufacture service robotics platforms and applications for personal assistance.


Robotiq offers Plug + Play components for collaborative robots that are easy to use even if you don’t have any background in robotics.

Trexo Robotics

Trexo robotics is on a mission to redefine mobility solutions for people of all ages and abilities. We believe that mobility limitations will affect everyone at some point of their lives, and we want to be there with you, providing enabling technologies along the way.

Robotic Focused Whitepapers from our Manufacturers

Flat Motors for Service Robots

The Jaco2 robotic arm, created by Kinova Robotics, is a lightweight, quiet, and simple to use product for the service industry. This robotic arm is designed to be mounted to a wheelchair and offer assistance to the user. For this reason, weight was a crucial factor in order to avoid tipping over the wheelchair.

Delta Robots with Maxon Motor

Asyril develops and integrates mechatronic systems for fast, flexible, and automatic handling of small components. They recently revolutionized the market using Delta robots with Maxon motors to ensure highly precise and dynamic movements.

DARwIn-OP Robots with Maxon Motor

DARwIn-OP (Dynamic Anthropomorphic Robot with Intelligence-Open Platform) robots were created mainly for research and educational purposes, however they can be programmed by the user to do whatever the user wishes with an open source system. They can even play in (and win) robotic soccer competitions! Their quick and precise motions can be attributed to Maxon motor components.

Humanoid Robots with Maxon Motor

In China, humanoid robots now exist with the ability to nod, blink, and move their arms and legs. These motions are made possible by Maxon Motor drives. These humanoid robots seem straight out of a science fiction novel but create a unique interplay of art and technology.

Autonomous Intelligent Vehicles for Logistics

YLOG build autonomous robots that can be used to transport containers for logistics companies. These robots, or Autonomous Intelligent Vehicles (AiV) help reduce energy costs while maximizing the use of your space. Within these AiVs are Maxon drives, ensuring these robots move with precision.

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