How are the wires different?
Maxon make a lot of DC brushed motors. If it has two wires, then it’s a brushed motor and ODrive will not be much help in controlling it.
If it has four wires, then it’s (probably) a brushless motor with a ground wire. Connect the three phase wires as normal, and connect the ground wire to the negative side of the power supply or battery, or to Earth.
Mechanically, they tend to be in-running motors, so they will have lower inertia and lower torque constant, but they might have a gearbox. ODrive should handle this just fine.
ODrive is not dedicated to hobby motors - it can control any 3 phase AC motor (this includes brushless “DC” motors) but it can only go up to 56V. It will work with industrial motors designed for hundreds of volts, but the speed and control performance will be much lower than a drive that has 600 volts available.
Suck it and see.