EPSON robotics is a division of the $10B Seiko EPSON Corporation. The robotics division of EPSON has been well known in the robotics industry for years specializing in robotics products where high speed and accuracy are required. Recently, EPSON has been adding products with greater reach, payload, and economy as well as more integrated options for solutions such as vision guidance, force guidance, flex feeding, and co-bot safety scanners. EPSON robot products are very easy to use and based on the highly evolved software programming. They offer a wide product range in robot sizes, duty cycles, and price ranges as well as integrated options.
What Do Epson Robots Do?
EPSON robots are used in a wide variety of applications and settings to help in production and QC while lowering overall production costs. EPSON robotics has hundreds of different lines of robots that come in all shapes and sizes for any sized production facility. Due to this massive amount of configurable and programmable robot lines, EPSON is considered the #1 SCARA robot manufacturer in the world.
EPSON Automation helps companies focus on the bottom line with steady production and higher QC metrics than a normal labor force. EPSON Automation has over 30 years of experience in the manufacture of automation robots and through this experience, EPSON is continually innovating for future production needs. EPSON works with companies to solve tough production issues and achieves their aims through their popular 6-Axis and SCARA all-in-one lines.
Uses and Applications for Epson Robots
EPSON robotics have been in use throughout many trades and production projects. The packaging industry utilizes the reach and payload capacities of EPSON robot arms to pack products into containers and QC the product for any defects. The solar panel industry is rife with delicate materials that go into their finished product. EPSON robots have been handling solar panel materials with kid gloves for many years within the production arm of the industry. The food industry also uses EPSON for fast disinfecting of product and visual QC as the product speeds along the line at high speeds.
The Phlebotomy industry utilizes EPSON robots to handle pipettes and blood analysis among many other uses within the trade. Industrial uses for EPSON robots span the gamut from battery manufacture to producing smoke detectors on a line. A host of consumer goods are also produced with the help of EPSON robots such as light bulbs, computer hard drives, and other goods.
Speaking of computers, the very chips and semiconductors that go into those computers are all produced with the help of EPSON robots. EPSON is also well-known within the medical industry for its automation solutions in the production of contact lenses, pacemakers, and other items. Perhaps, the most well-known and oldest use of EPSON robots has taken place within the Automotive industry. Nearly every major car manufacturer uses some form of robotics to help in the production of their cars and trucks.
EPSON Robotics Brought To You By Schneider & Co.
Schneider & Co. and EPSON have a long partnership in delivering quality automation solutions for their customers. Schneider & Co. has solutions for any kind of production work or space needed. When it comes to maximizing production quantities, minimizing production costs, and producing higher-quality products, the quiet and helpful arm of EPSON robots is a hard act to follow.