News Archive

11. December 2018

Christmas greeting from Yaskawa Nordic

Another eventful year is coming to an end. The manufacturing unit in Torsås has been expanded with 2500 sqm of production and office space, and the...

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28. August 2018

Two robot stations from Yaskawa at Epic, Technology Center

Epic is the result of collaboration between business, Linnaeus University and upper secondary school. The purpose of Epic is to provide companies in...

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02. July 2018

MOTOMAN HC10 - “Easy teaching” for collaborative operation

At Automatica, Yaskawa displayed a further development of the collaborative Motoman HC10 robot. The HC10DT (DT stands for “Direct Teach”) model...

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15. June 2018

Yaskawa’s Motoman handling robot in show applications

Art and technology as an inseparable entity

A different kind of service robotics: when the successful international artiste UliK appears on stage,...

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15. June 2018

GP heavy weights

The Motoman GP series comprises compact and extremely efficient robots for high-speed joining, packaging and general handling applications. In time...

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21. May 2018

YASKAWA at Automatica

Directly after the European starting signal for “i³-Mechatronics”, Yaskawa will also be presenting its Industrie 4.0 concept at Automatica. This...

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21. May 2018

Yaskawa's Drive Technology to Be “Made in Europe”

Following the construction of the first European robot factory in Kočevje, Slovenia, Yaskawa is pursuing its expansion strategy in Europe. The company...

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09. May 2018

Yaskawa Europe Introduces New "Environmental Energy" Division

YASKAWA Europe GmbH, headquartered in Eschborn, Germany, introduced a new, future-oriented divisional structure at the beginning of March: As of the...

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24. April 2018

ArcWorld - compact robot welding stations

Small, fast, easy to use and profitable. It is the idea behind the design of our range of versatile and removable stations for robot welding. Now we...

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17. April 2018

MotoMini - the smallest and lightest industrial robot

Yaskawa has developed the world's smallest, lightest and fully functional six-axis robot for industrial use.

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