News - March 20, 2019

DAIHEN Strengthens production of transfer robots

DAIHEN started to operate the new plant in Rokko business office, Higashinada ward, Kobe city. The new plant has a total floor space of 7,000 square meters, with investment of about 1.6 billion yen.

Rokko business office is for robotics manufacturing.

The production system at the business office is revised when the new plant was constructed.

The production of automated systems of the plant and transfer robots will be strengthened by approximately two times compared to conventional ratio.

The manufacturing of the automation line is consolidated in the new office.

A new production line for 100-kilogram portable articulated robots will be installed in the existing office.

This article was translated by “T-4OO”.

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