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For more than 30 years, Toshiba Machine has provided industrial robots in a wide range of variations being used by numerous customers around the world. The THL series of SCARA robots has a top reputation among customers in the 3C industries (Computers, Consumer Electronics, and Communication) in China, and these models are currently widely utilized in various manufacturing venues.
The THE400 model is a high-rigidity SCARA robot having the same cost performance and easy operation that the THL series is known for and also features the high responsiveness and high tracking accuracy needed in 3C industries.
Controller option functions include PROFIBUS, DeviceNet, CC-Link, EtherNet/IP, EtherCAT, PROFINET, and more for providing flexible Fieldbus support for a wide range of operating environments.
Executive director Masafumi Ito in charge of the Southeast Asia region explains, "Toshiba Machine's industrial robots incorporate our proven technology and experience as a general machinery manufacturer for providing trusted products with excellent cost performance and high quality for meeting the product automation needs of our valued customers."
Toshiba Machine is leveraging its quick product supply and extensive support system for delivering product automation solutions using industrial robots.
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