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The company’s RC520 Controller was one of the first PC based controllers introduced by a robot manufacturer and the company was the first to offer Active X Controls (now .NET support) to allow easy integration of 3rd party products into robot work cells.
EPSON Robot’s latest generation RC700A controller and EPSON RC+ software provide the ultimate experience in ease of use and power to help you get the job done quickly and easily. EPSON offers powerful technology options such as Vision Guide, Conveyor Tracking, Net Connectivity, GUI Builder, Force Sensing, DeviceNet, Profibus, EtherNet/IP, EtherCAT I/F, Ethernet I/O and more.
Their C4 and C8 Series 6-Axis robots provide from 600-1400mm reach with up to 8Kg payloads. Over 200+ SCARA Robot models are available with EPSON G-Series, RS-Series and LS Series models from 175-1000mm reach and down to 5-micron repeatability. EPSON Vision Guide makes vision-guided robot applications as simple as point and click.
Epson Robots, the robotics design and manufacturing department of Japanese corporation Seiko Epson, is a full-service provider of manufacturing and sales to support.
The company is the global leader in PC-controlled precision factory automation, and its robots are well-known for leading the industry in ease of use, performance, and reliability.
Epson is a leader in robotics innovation. It is the precision automation specialist that, for more than 35 years, the world’s top manufacturers have relied upon to reduce production costs.
Epson Robots are extremely versatile and provide a wide range of automation possibilities. Epson Robots is a leading supplier to a wide variety of manufacturing industries, including automotive, medical, electronics, and consumer products.
Our customers range from large Fortune 100 companies to small manufacturing facilities. Examples of some of the latest innovations include the Epson’s N-Series robots that are defining an entirely new 6-axis Robot Category.
The world’s first patented folding arm design incorporated into this robot Series is the most groundbreaking improvement to 6-Axis robot technology in the last several decades and offers a fundamental difference in the way 6-Axis robots operate.
Unlike any other 6-axis robot in the market, the N-Series’ unique tight space motion capability keeps arm extremities out of the way, maximizing motion efficiency for faster cycle times. Instead of moving “around itself,” the N-Series is able to move “through itself,” opening up a world of application possibilities due to its unique footprint, applications that were never before possible or extremely difficult to execute with standard 6-Axis robots will now be available for automation.
Another recent innovation is the Epson’s Synthis T3 All-in-One SCARA Robot which comes with built-in controller, a new technology feature that helps reduce space requirements and simplify setup.
The first product in the T-Series, it offers a cost-effective and simple-to-integrate and install automation solution for simple applications such as pick and place, assembly, parts handling and dispensing applications in industries ranging from automotive and medical development to lab automation, consumer electronics, electronic components and industrial.
It offers an integrated vision guidance option, Vision Guide, which is designed specifically for robot guidance making it easy to automate simple applications when vision is required. With a unique object-based point and click interface, Vision Guide allows developers to quickly develop applications and reduce overall development time and cost. It includes powerful vision tools designed to help solve the toughest of vision-related applications and is completely and seamlessly integrated into the Epson RC+ which means one environment for both robot and vision development.
Epson Robots first came to the North and South American market back in 1984 as the Epson Factory Automation group began to share it’s expertise in high precision small parts assembly with other manufacturers on a worldwide basis.
Originally created to support internal automation needs, Epson Robots quickly became popular in many of the top manufacturing sites throughout the world. Over the past 30 years, Epson Robots has been leading the industry for small parts assembly applications and has introduced many industry firsts including PC based controls, compact SCARA robots, and much more.
The company offers robots for precision assembly and material handling applications in the aerospace, appliance, automotive, biotechnology, consumer product, electronics, food processing, medical device, pharmaceutical, plastics, semiconductor, and telecommunication industries
Epson is a global technology leader dedicated to connecting people, things and information with its original efficient, compact and precision technologies.
With a lineup that ranges from inkjet printers and digital printing systems to 3LCD projectors, smart glasses, sensing systems and industrial robots, the company is focused on driving innovations and exceeding customer expectations in inkjet, visual communications, wearabl, s and robotics.
Led by the Japan-based Seiko Epson Corp., the Epson Group has more than 73,000 employees in 91 companies around the world, and is proud of its contributions to the communities in which it operates and its ongoing efforts to reduce environmental impacts.
Company leadership (Epson Americas):
- John Lang, president and CEO
- Andrea Zoeckler, senior vice president and chief financial officer (Seiko Epson)
- Minoru Usui, president and director
- Toshio Kimura, CFO
- Masayuki Morozumi, executive vice president
- Kiyofumi Koike, chairman and -resident, Epson Co.
- John D. Lang, president and executive officer, Epson America Ltd.