In 1967, we started developing robots to optimize our own manufacturing processes in the automotive industry. This allowed the company to constantly improve and advance both hardware and software. Today, as the established leader in the small assembly industrial robotics segment, DENSO Robotics continues to set the benchmark in reliability, flexibility and functionality.
With more than 100,000 DENSO robots installed across the globe – 20,000 are employed in our own manufacturing facilities – no other company has more knowledge or expertise. When you choose a robot solution rom DENSO, you can rest assured that you are investing in a product of the highest caliber. Our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction is, quite simply, second-to-none.
The company's product portfolio ranges from 4-axis robots (SCARAs) to 5- and 6-axis robots, all of which stand out for their outstanding speed, precision and quality. DENSO robots can be used in almost any environment: DENSO robots are also functional in dusty, wet, or clinical settings and meet the required protected classes. In addition, DENSO Robotics is developing solutions regarding logistics and IoT applications.
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