Drone motors are the mechanical components responsible for generating the necessary thrust and propulsion to keep a drone airborne and maneuverable. They convert electrical energy from the drone's battery into mechanical energy, which drives the propellers to produce the necessary lift and control. Mechtex is a well-known drone motor manufacturer with a focus on creating high-quality drone motors.

Drones typically use brushless motors due to their efficiency, reliability, and power-to-weight ratio. Drone motors produce thrust by spinning the propellers. The amount of thrust generated depends on various factors, including motor power, propeller size and pitch, voltage supplied to the motor, and overall drone weight. Lightweight, small, and effective, make Mechtex a leading drone motor manufacturer in India. They are a perfect companion for a variety of drone applications. ....read more

Our drone motors are made with aerospace-grade materials and the most modern design and manufacturing techniques to guarantee that they uphold the highest levels of quality and longevity. Through our commitment to excellence, innovation, and knowledge, Mechtex is a dependable and valued producer of drone motors. Thanks to rigorous testing and quality control procedures, we ensure that our motors work consistently and dependably, even in the most demanding situations.

FEATURES OF Drone Motors

Highly Efficient

Offer longer flight times, improved maneuverability, and enhanced aerial performance of Drone

Easy Cooling

Ensures optimal performance, prevents overheating, and extends motor lifes for reliable and safe flights

Quick Response

Enables precise control, and better stability and Safe Flight and Landing

High Thrust

Provide superior lifting power, enable stable flight and reliable performance in challenging conditions

Why choose Mechtex for your business


Year Of Experience


Countries Present


Industries Served

Unique Selling Proposition ( USP )

Customisation Option

We delivers tailored made solutions for customers unique needs and Requirements

Wide Product Range

Offering a diverse range of motors and gearbox to cater to various industries and applications need

Customer Centric Approach

Prioritizing customer satisfaction by providing user-friendly, economical, and high-quality products

Safety and Compliance

An ISO 9001:2015 and 14001:2015 Certified Organization. Our Products are ROHs, UL and CE certified meeting industry standards for safety and reliability.

Technical Expertise

Dedicated to research and development and Providing technically superior products with superior performance for enhanced efficiency.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), use various types of motors depending on their design, size, and application. The two most common types of motors used in drones are Brushless DC (BLDC) Motors and Brushed Coreless DC Motors. The choice of motor depends on the drone's size, payload capacity, flight time requirements, and other factors. Larger drones designed for heavy lifting or long flight times typically use BLDC motors, while smaller drones may utilise coreless DC motors for their lightweight and compact size.
Gimbals are used in drones for stabilisation and to maintain the orientation of the camera or other payloads. Drones, especially quadcopters, are inherently unstable due to their design, relying on constantly adjusting the speeds of their propellers to maintain balance and control. Gimbals address this issue by providing a stabilised platform for the camera or payload. A gimbal is a mechanical system that allows the camera or payload to remain level and steady despite the drone's movements and vibrations. It consists of motors and sensors that actively counteract the drone's motion by adjusting the camera's position.
Power-to-weight ratio is a measure used to assess the performance of various vehicles and devices, including drones, cars, aeroplanes, and more. It represents the amount of power an object can generate or carry in relation to its weight. The higher the power-to-weight ratio, the better the performance potential, as it indicates a higher power output relative to the mass of the object. To calculate the power-to-weight ratio, the following steps needed to followed: i) Determine the Power Output ii) Determine the Weight iii) Calculate the Power-to-Weight Ratio Power-to-Weight Ratio (PWR) = Total Power Output (W) / Total Weight (kg) The result will be in units of watts per kilogram (W/kg).
KV is a unit of measurement used to characterise the motor's rotational speed or RPM (Revolutions Per Minute) per volt of applied voltage (RPM/V). More precisely, KV represents the number of revolutions the motor will make per minute when a one-volt potential difference is applied to its terminals (no load condition). It's used to describe the motor's rotational speed under specific conditions, and it helps in selecting the appropriate motor for a particular drone application.

Our Clients



We are very pleased not only with the end result, but with the entire process of working with Mechtex. The amount of patience, guidance, and knowledge that they displayed throughout the whole process made them a very easy and enjoyable partner to work with.
Mechtex is a great consulting partner. They have shown consistency and high integrity over the course of our relationship. We are very impressed with their commitment and outstanding quality.
Mechtex has been outstanding to work with, and has been instrumental in getting our requirements fulfilled on time and within budget. We have worked with other vendors in the past that have will do what you ask for but no more and do not necessarily understand the end state and the why behind it
The Mechtex team helped build our complex and custom motor connector from scratch on-time and with excellent quality. They were very knowledgeable in the domain and very professional. We are looking forward to working with them on an ongoing basis


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