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Yaskawa Motoman Robotics
Yaskawa Motoman provides robots, process equipment, and safety equipment in the Americas, Europe, Africa, Israel, Japan, Asia, and the Pacific Rim.

Yaskawa offers arc and spot welding, assembly, dispensing, laboratory/clinical automation, material cutting, material handling, material removal, and painting robots.In addition, the company offers PC-based and controller software solutions, such as simulation and process software, calibration and off-line programming, maintenance tools, and communication software.

It was one of the first robotics companies to develop dual-arm robotics technology for industrial applications and has pioneered several technologies to support human-collaborative robotics.

The company serves aerospace, agriculture, appliance, automotive, clinical, construction, consumer products, defense, electronics, energy, entertainment/service, foundry, furniture/fixtures, heavy truck, job shop life sciences, medical, metal products, mining, paper/printing, pharmaceutical, plastics/rubber, and recreational equipment industries.


Contact Info
100 Automation Way
Miamisburg, OH, 45342
United States
Tel: 937-847-6200
Fax: 937-847-6277
Company Leadership

Koji Toshima, Chairman of the Board
Junji Tsuda, President
Masao Kito, Executive Managing Director
Toshihiro Sawa, Managing Director
Steve Barhorst, President and COO

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Yaskawa Motoman Robotics in the News
The MH50 II, MH50 II-35 and MH50 II-20 robots feature six axes and use the DX200 controller with patented multiple robot control technology to control up to eight robots.
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