Twenty years have passed since Automation Magazine was first launched, and as it has evolved over two decades to become a market leader in providing news on the very latest innovations in industrial technology. The Toshiba Machine Industrial Robot range has become faster, highly rigid, cost effective, and energy efficient, integrating into any application.

Twenty years ago the main users of industrial robots were the automotive industry for applications such as welding and painting. As technology evolves, robots have become smaller, faster, cleaner and cheaper. This has created new markets in the food, medical, pharmaceutical, and electronics sectors. Toshiba Machine has been one of the first industrial robot

manufacturers to embrace these new markets and developing an extensive range of SCARA, Cartesian and six-axis robots to meet every requirement offering high speed, IP rated, clean room class, ceiling mounted robots.

The latest lighter ranges of robot from Toshiba Machine are the THL SCARA range and the new TVL six-axis robot range. The TVL series hit it big this year when it was named the Special Committee Award winner at the 45th Machine Design Awards in Japan. TVL’s function, operation, and design, which culminated in the addition of the TVL700, placed it ahead of its many contenders.

Industrial robot technology is constantly evolving to meet the demands of the fast moving, ever changing world that we live in, and as Automation Magazine will continue to offer exciting news about this industry, Toshiba Machine will continue to develop innovative robotics solutions.

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