Established in 1987 Olympus Technologies specialise in Industrial and Collaborative Robotics, Automation and Welding Technologies.
Olympus Technologies believe in providing bespoke high quality technical solutions for our customers, and continuing to support those solutions through long-term after sales support and service.
Located in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, near to M62, M1 and M6 motorways, we are well placed to support customers throughout the UK and Republic of Ireland. To view a map of where we are click here
As well as our own products, we work closely with a number of high quality European manufacturers.
Olympus Technologies is a system integration partner for Kuka and Universal Robots. We supply Dinse, Lorch, OnRobot, SensoPart, Kjellberg plasma cutting machines and Nederman fume extraction systems into the UK and Ireland markets.
We provide sales and service for ESS Welding Machines, Olympus MIG welding machines and Reis Robotic systems.
For customers local to Huddersfield, we are your local agent for BOC Industrial Gases and Calor Leisure Gases and have a Welding Supplies Trade Counter.
Articulating Robots from Olympus Technologies Ltd.
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The basis of the fiber alignment system is a very stiff set-up consisting of the H-811 hexapod and P-616 NanoCube® nanopositioner.