Ewellix Benelux

Ewellix is a global innovator and manufacturer of linear motion and actuation solutions used in assembly automation, medical applications, and mobile machinery.

Our journey began over 50 years ago as part of the SKF Group, a leading global technology provider, with the world’s first precision ball and roller screw factories. Our history provided us with the expertise to continuously develop new technologies and use them to create cutting edge prod-ucts that offer our customers a competitive advantage. In 2019, we became independent from SKF and changed our name to Ewellix. We are proud of our heritage. This gives us a unique foundation on which to build an agile business with engineering excellence and innovation as our core strengths.

We have 16 sales units, six factories and two competence centres. Ewellix is headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden and is owned by the Schaeffler Group Ewellix supports customers transition to fully electromechanical solutions that provide simple, safe and eco-friendly linear motion solutions for lower energy consumption.

We develop products and services around three main technologies

  • Electromechanical actuators
  • Ball and roller screws
  • Linear guides

With our global presence, we are uniquely positioned to deliver standard components and custom-engineered solutions, with full technical and applications support around the world. The long lasting relationships with our distributor partners allow us to support customers in a variety of different industries. At Ewellix, we don’t just provide products; we engineer integrated solutions that help customers to realize their ambitions.


New partnership with Smart Robotics

May 4, 2024

We are excited about the new partnership with Smart Robotics and look forward to further optimising Smart Robotics’ pick & place solutions with our 7th axis solutions. Read more [Picture source: Smart Robotics on linkedin.com]

The secret of a high-performance linear actuation system? Making the most of power density

April 23, 2024

Higher power density translates into having a smaller system footprint for the same mechanical power output. Imagine a system that delivers superior performance without compromising energy efficiency. Read more [Picture source: Ewellix on linkedin.com]