The EPSON Factory Automation Division is one of the many product divisions within the multi-billion dollar Seiko Epson Corporation famous for our highly successful Printers, Scanners, Projectors and many other consumer and industrial products. EPSON first came to the North and South American market back in 1984 as the EPSON Factory Automation group began to share it's expertise in high precision small parts assembly with other manufacturers on a worldwide basis. Originally created to support internal automation needs, EPSON Robots quickly became popular in many of the top manufacturing sites throughout the world. Over the past nearly 20 years EPSON Robots have been distributed through a couple of different external sales organizations including most recently Seiko Instruments USA.
EPSON Robots is the global leader in easy to use PC-based controls, high speed, high precision robots and related factory automation equipment with over 22 years in the industry. Our mission is to help our customers reduce manufacturing costs and time to market through providing robots and automation products that are powerful, flexible and easy to use.
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