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Founded in 1989, Yaskawa Motoman is a leading robotics company in the Americas. With nearly 300,000 Motoman robots, 10 million servos and 18 million inverter drives installed globally, Yaskawa provides automation products and solutions for virtually every industry and robotic application; including arc welding, assembly, coating, dispensing, material handling, material cutting, material removal, packaging, palletizing and spot welding.
Our product line includes more than 175 distinct robot models and a full-line of pre-engineered "World" solutions that are complete application specific work cells, including robot, process and safety equipment.
Combined with our sister and partner companies, we support robotic solutions throughout the world. Our proven track record of delivering industry leading quality, innovation and customer satisfaction can help you exceed your robotic automation goals.
Dayton, Ohio — Motoman Inc. has been awarded a U.S. patent for the unique MotoMount® compliant tool mounting system, a modular accessory for headstock/tailstock positioners that provides improved flexibility for tooling changeover as
Dayton, Ohio — Motoman Inc. is pleased to announce that Thomas J. Schockman has joined Motoman as Vice-President, Finance and Accounting, and Chief Financial Officer (CFO). He succeeds Steve Barhorst, who took over the top leadership role as Motoman’s President and Chief Operations Officer (COO) in July 2008.
Dayton, Ohio — Motoman Inc. is pleased to announce that John P. Donlon has joined Motoman as Vice-President U.S. Sales. For more than 28 years, Donlon’s career has
Dayton, Ohio — Flexible Motoman robots can now replace more expensive CNC machines for a wide range of manufacturing applications that require machining or finishing of complex surfaces or paths. The TruPath robot controller drives a Motoman robot directly from CNC-generated
Dayton, Ohio — A new digital programming interface is available for spot welding applications that use a MedWeld 5000 spot timer along with Motoman robots with NX100 controller(s). The low-cost interface requires minimal hardware and provides network capability for multiple robot control (up to four Motoman robots). It includes both
Dayton, Ohio — Motoman Inc. now offers several ANSI/IACET-accredited robot training courses at a new 5,200 sq. ft. Motoman Technical Education Center Remote Training Facility located at 806 Randall Street in Greensburg, Indiana. Opened in April 2008, this satellite facility initially provided training exclusively for
Dayton, Ohio — In addition to providing robots and complete robotic automation solutions for virtually every application and industry, Motoman also offers a variety of robot refurbishment programs designed to extend the life of a manufacturer’s capital investment and deliver higher levels of
Dayton, Ohio — Motoman is pleased to announce the promotion of Doug Burnside to the position of Director, Customer Care. In addition to managing Motoman’s Customer Care Center (24-hour technical support call center and web site) and Robot Repair Center, he now has responsibility for all U.S. Aftermarket Sales. Since
Dayton, Ohio — Motoman Inc., a world-leading provider of robots and complete robotic solutions, is relocating their Detroit Regional Center from Wixom to Rochester Hills, Michigan, effective July 1. The nearly 15,000 sq. ft. Rochester Hills facility includes offices, sales and service support, training, a larger demonstration lab, a manufacturing
Dayton, Ohio – Effective July 8, 2008, Steve Barhorst was named the new President and Chief Operating Officer of Motoman Inc., one of the largest robotic solution providers in North and South America. Barhorst succeeds Craig Jennings, whose departure after nearly 19 years
Dayton, Ohio — Weld Cell Wizard is a web-based tool that analyzes capital equipment needs to help manufacturers select the best pre-engineered Motoman ArcWorld® or FabWorld® robotic welding solution(s) to meet their application requirements, and then lists them in the most cost-effective order. Weld Cell Wizard also analyzes the number
Dayton, Ohio — Conversational programming meets industrial robotics in Motoman’s new EasyLoad™ machine tending software. Using graphics, rather than text, and a touch screen interface on the Motoman NX100 robot programming pendant, an EasyLoad software wizard guides even non-programmers with minimal knowledge of robot operation through simple step-by-step procedures to
Dayton, Ohio — With as few as one to three menu or button selections, Motoman’s new EasyPallet™ Pendant creates a suite of robot palletizing jobs that are full-featured with automatic vectoring to eliminate box clipping when building tight patterns, automatic asynchronous placement to save cycle time, user selectable job formats
Dayton, Ohio — Lean and powerful, Motoman’s new SIA20 (slim, individual arm) robot features a revolutionary 7-axis design with best-in-class wrist performance characteristics that enables amazing freedom of movement, coupled with the ability to maneuver in very tight areas. The
Dayton, Ohio — The high-performance, heavy-payload EA1800N “Expert Arc” welding robot is 15 percent faster and has higher allowable wrist moments than most welding robots. The EA1800N robot is ideal for welding large work pieces, and for applications
Dayton, Ohio — Slim and agile, with “human-like” flexibility of movement, Motoman’s new dual-arm SDA10 robot is slimmer, stronger and has significantly faster acceleration than the previous (DIA10) model. With a shorter link distance between the P-point and flange, the SDA10 provides more flexible tool motion and a higher load
Dayton, Ohio — Motoman Inc. is pleased to announce that Tom Bryant has been promoted to Vice President, Standards & Logistics Group, as of May 1. He joined Motoman in December 2003 as Senior Director of that same group. Prior to joining Motoman,
Dayton, Ohio — The high-speed EPX2050 robot provides versatility and superior performance in standard industrial, automotive and aerospace coating and dispensing applications. The six-axis EPX2050 is ideal for painting contoured parts such automotive car bodies
DAYTON, Ohio — Motoman Inc., an industry-leading provider of robots and complete robotic systems, is helping to establish the Motoman Robotics Laboratory at the University of Dayton School of Engineering. As part of this long-term commitment, Motoman is furnishing $371,000 worth of state-of-the-art robots, including a revolutionary seven-axis, actuator-driven IA20 robot;
Friday, January 18, 2008 (Robotics Online ) – Utilizing MotoSight, Motoman robots have the capability to perform the most complex vision-guided applications, despite confusing backgrounds and/or parts that are randomly located. This application of vision-guided technology provides