A permanent magnet stepper motor is a type of electric motor that converts electrical pulses into discrete mechanical movements. One of the main advantages of permanent magnet stepper motors is their simplicity and reliability. This makes them more energy-efficient and eliminates the need for maintenance associated with electromagnet coils.

High torque PM stepper motors also offer high accuracy and low speed capabilities which find applications in various fields that require precise positioning or motion control, low-speed operation, and simple control interfaces. The PM stepper motor comes in a variety of types and sizes from Mechtex, making it simpler for you to pick the ideal motor for your needs. ....read more

The highly customizable nature of Mechtex's permanent magnet synchronous motors enables clients to choose a variety of variables, including motor size, winding topologies, and mounting options, to guarantee that the motor satisfies their particular demands and specifications. Mechtex is a dependable PM stepper motor manufacturer because of our dedication to providing high-quality goods and services. We also offer technical support to clients to assist them in choosing the best motor for their needs and resolving technical problems.

FEATURES OF Stepper Motors

Precise Positioning

ensures accurate control, enables reliable and repeatable movements, crucial for automation, and precision applications

High Life

Ensure durability and reliability to providing long-lasting performance for applications

Highly Reliable

Ensuring consistent performance, minimizing downtime, and increasing overall productivity and satisfaction

Easy Speed Control

Allows precise control, simplifying operation and enhance performance of various applications

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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.

Industries We Served




ATM Machines


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Here are the main types of stepper motors: Permanent Magnet Stepper Motor (PM Stepper Motor): It has a permanent magnet rotor and a stator with salient poles. The stator poles are energised in a sequence to create a rotating magnetic field that causes the rotor to move in discrete steps. Variable Reluctance Stepper Motor (VR Stepper Motor): VR stepper motors have a rotor with teeth and a stator with corresponding toothed poles. The rotor aligns itself with the stator poles to minimise the reluctance of the magnetic circuit, resulting in rotation. Hybrid Stepper Motor: Hybrid stepper motors combine features of both PM and VR stepper motors. They have a multi-toothed rotor and a stator with salient poles, as well as a permanent magnet component. Hybrid motors provide higher torque and smoother motion compared to PM and VR stepper motors
Step angle, also known as step size, is a crucial characteristic of a stepper motor and refers to the angle through which the motor's rotor rotates with each step or pulse of its control input. It is typically expressed in degrees (°) or radians (rad). For example, if a stepper motor has a step angle of 1.8 degrees, it means that the rotor will move 1.8 degrees with each step of the input signal.The ideal step angle for a stepper motor depends on the specific application and the requirements of the system
In the context of a stepper motor, the duty cycle refers to the ratio of the motor's on-time to its total cycle time over a specific period. It is expressed as a percentage and represents the amount of time the motor is energised (active) compared to the total time. For example, consider a stepper motor with a duty cycle of 50%. This means that the motor is energised (pulses are applied) for 50% of the total cycle time, and it remains unenergized (no pulses) for the remaining 50% of the time
Unipolar stepper motors have a stator with several windings per phase, each with a centre tap connection. The windings are energised sequentially by applying current to one end and the centre tap of each winding. Bipolar stepper motors have two windings per phase, and the current flow is reversed in each winding to create a magnetic field. The two windings are typically connected in series or parallel, depending on the desired performance characteristics. Unipolar motors are easier to control and require simpler drive circuitry, making them more suitable for basic applications with lower torque demands. On the other hand, bipolar motors offer higher torque capabilities, making them a better choice for applications where more precise control and higher performance are required.
Holding torque, detent torque, and running torque are all terms associated with the performance characteristics of stepper motors. Holding torque is the maximum torque produced by the motor when it is stationary and powered. Detent torque is the torque that exists in an unpowered stepper motor due to magnetic alignment between rotor and stator. Running torque is the torque exerted by the motor while it is in motion and stepping from one position to another

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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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