Hirata Robotics GmbH was established in 1993 as a subsidiary of Hirata Corporation in Japan. The company is located near Franfurt Rhain-Main area of Germany and offers enhanced vertically organized production equipment like robots, handling modules and turn key solutions including engineering, installation and training.
Hirata is producing various types of robots. There are two main robot structures SCARA robots (jointed arm) and cartesian robots.
Device/Component ManufacturerSCARA robots, Cartesian robots
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