Denso started out as a division of Toyota, which is the world’s largest automotive manufacturer, according to some statistics.
By revenue, Toyota is actually the fifth-largest company in the world, ahead of competitors such as Volkswagen, Daimler, and General Motors.
Interestingly, Toyota also generated more revenue than Apple in 2016. Continue reading From primitive tools to global power: Denso celebrates three milestone product anniversaries
Denso Robotics now has almost 100,000 industrial robots installed worldwide, which means it overtakes Kuka on the Robotics and Automation News list of top industrial robot manufacturers in the world.
The company – which is the main robotics and automation systems supplier to automotive giant Toyota – overtakes Kuka, and is now just 5,000 short of Nachi-Fujikoshi.
The list of the top industrial robot manufacturers in the world was first published a couple of years ago, but has since been updated whenever new information has been made available. Continue reading Denso Robotics reveals it has 95,000 industrial robots installed worldwide
Denso Robotics has launched its latest HSR four-axis scara – selective compliant assembly robot arm – robot.
The company says the new robot uses advanced vibration control, a newly designed, highly rigid lightweight arm and improved heat dissipation in the base unit to achieve new levels of continuous high-speed performance and repeatability.
Peter Cavallo, robotics sales manager, Denso products and services Americas, says: “Our new HSR robot represents the culmination of 50 years of experience in developing industrial robot arms to meet our own manufacturing needs in the highly competitive automotive sector. Continue reading Denso Robotics launches new scara robot