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Yaskawa Motoman

  • OH, United States
  • Tel: (937) 847-6200
  • Fax: (937) 847-6277
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  • Member Since 1982
  • Robotic Supplier

Founded in 1989, Yaskawa Motoman is a leading robotics company in the Americas. With over 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 150 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.

Case Studies

At the ‘‘Fore-Front’‘ of Automation: Acushnet Uses Robot to Handle Golf Balls

POSTED: 02/05/2005

Robots and Titleist golf balls might seem an unusual pairing.  However, Acushnet Company (Fairhaven, Massachusetts) -- the leading producer of Titleist® and Pinnacle® golf balls,  Titleist® and Cobra® golf clubs, FootJoy® shoes and gloves, and other golf-related equipment and accessories -- is at the ‘‘fore-front’‘ of golf-ball manufacturing technology,

Robots Provide Flexible Automation at AZ Automotive Corp.

POSTED: 01/31/2005

AZ Automotive Corp. in London, Ontario, Canada, is ‘‘spot on’‘ when it comes to robotic processing of the approximately 150 different automotive stampings and assemblies the company manufactures for GM/CAMI and Mitsubishi.   Most components are auto body reinforcements, such as body sides, cowl tops, impact beams,

Robotic System Speeds Aluminum Wheel Handling


Challenges Provide flexible robotic system to accurately locate and handle cast aluminum wheels that weigh approx. 40-45 lbs. and nominally measure 14", 15", 16", and 17" in diameter, each with up to five widths. Locate wheels to avoid flashing lines during clamping

Case Palletizing at SICO-MULCO


  SICO Inc. manufactures and distributes trade, industrial, and specialty paints, varnishes, stains, coatings, caulkings and adhesives to Canada, Mexico, United States and Europe under a variety of brand names.   SICO Inc.’s St-Hubert’s plant in St-Hubert, Quebec, Canada, recently implemented the company’s first robotic palletizing workcell to

Automotive Filters Palletized in 950 Different Product/Case Configurations


Challenges Palletize filters in 950 different product/case configurations. Handle a wide range of case sizes from 12"L x 8.1"W x 4.1"H up to a maximum size of 22"L x 16.5"W x 13.4"H, weighing 1-40 lbs. each. Motoman Solution

Motoman System Surpasses Cutting Accuracy and Cycle Time Requirements


 Challenges Achieve 34-second cycle time, making a 7” bottom cut and a 5” top cut on 0.032” galvanized steel parts (body sides) weighing approximately 30 lbs. each.Produce straight, dross-free edge cut with accuracy within ± 0.020” on

Robotic Welding System Exceeds Expectations of New Robot User


Challenges Meet customer specification for weld penetration, including holding part tolerances to <0.5 mm. Stringent customer requirement to document quality of each weld. Meet required cycle time and production rate. Meet production rate of 50,000 parts/month based on two shifts.

Precision Welding Robots Rev Up Motorcycle Frame Production


Challenges Increase manufacturing capacity to 50-60 frames per day. Reduce dependency on a small number of skilled manual welders.

Motoman Solution Automates Production of New Product


Challenges Automate production of new product. Make 125 welds ranging from 1"-5" long on one part number. Final assemblies weigh 75 lbs. each. Proper weld process and flow are critical to achieving consistent parts, since new design is prone to warp.

Flexible Welding System Increases Productivity to Meet Higher Volume Requirements


Challenges Need to increase productivity to meet higher volume requirements, but difficult to find skilled welders. Heavy-deposition GMAW welding on eight frame models that are 10’-12’ (3-3.6 m) long and 5’-6’ (1.07-1.8 m) wide, and weigh 3,500- 4,400 lbs (1,587-1,996 kg) each.

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