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The simple, effective way to find your drive solution

Do you want to plan electric drive systems? Do you have to specify and coordinate mechanical systems and electric drives? It's a complicated and time-consuming procedure.

Our engineering and selection software PositioningDrives offers support and guidance throughout the planning process, making it easier for you to find the right mechatronic drive solution – all without design mistakes and with improved system energy efficiency.


How is PositioningDrives used?


Combines mechanical and electrical systems

PositioningDrives provides you with support for finding the right combination of electromechanical components, an electric motor and a suitable motor controller.


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Handling small parts

Handling small parts

Mount small parts and press them in powerfully with electric drive solutions

  • Flexible and cost-efficient
  • Always the right solution for your problems


Handling systems in

small parts assembly

Electric cylinders ESBF

Electric cylinders ESBF

Free, fast and precise positioning

  • With maximum feed forces
  • Clean Look
  • Optionally in IP65


More on the precise power pack ESBF

How does PositioningDrives work?

PositioningDrives tutorial

Get to know PositioningDrives in the 18-minute video tutorial and discover the whole world of engineering and selection software.

  • Download and installation
  • Parameter input
  • Detailed positioning profiles
  • Result filtering


Start video (duration: 18 min)

Toothed belt axes and spindle axes EGC/EGC-HD

Toothed belt axis and spindle axis EGC/EGC-HD

Range of axes for single or complete solutions with many variants

  • Dynamic and fast
  • Maximum rigidity and load capacity


More information on the axes EGC

Motor controller CMMP-AS

Motor controller CMMP-AS

Full range of functions for traditional positioning tasks

In addition:

  • Path interpolation
  • Master-slave synchronisation
  • Optional safety features


More on the servo controller CMMP-AS