At a Glance
- Wearable Products
- Robotics Solutions
Combining precision machining and sensing technology to provide enjoyment for wearers
Leverage our watchmaking heritage, refine leading technology, and offer a sense of status and fashion.
Progressive, creative Trume watches are pushing the frontiers of analog watch technology. Epson is uniquely positioned with precision technology and leading-edge sensors to deliver new value in watches. The aesthetics of these watches reflects our commitment to creating natural designs of unparalleled beauty.
Orient Star/ Orient
The Orient brand's heritage and Epson's watch technology converge to provide advanced, elegant, accurate, high-quality mechanical timepieces. Our mechanical moon phase watch has practical applications and an exquisite design, with finely embossed dial, ornaments that accentuate the semi-skeleton, a second hand that gently curves at the tip and reaches the markers, and a double-domed sapphire crystal.
Smart Canvas watches have a changing graphic display and a decorative band. Rather than just measure time, these fun watches allow you to experience and enjoy time in a new way.
Lowering the barriers to automation with robots that capitalize on our sensors and efficient, compact, and precision technologies
Epson has been the global market share leader in SCARA robots for eight consecutive years*1 and has an extensive lineup of SCARA models for a wide range of applications. The lineup includes the T series, entry-level SCARA robots that have a built-in controller. A T3 robot, which has a 3-kg payload capacity, can be used in place of multiple single-axis robots or to automate simple material handling processes. Our T6 robot, released in 2018, has double the payload capacity of the T3 and can handle up to 6 kg.
*1 No.1 in industrial SCARA robot unit shipments and revenue from 2011 through 2018. (Source: Fuji Keizai "Reality and Future Outlook of Worldwide Robot Related Market 2012-2019")
Epson is meeting an even wider range of needs by augmenting its lineup of six-axis robots with the highly maneuverable N series of robots. These robots operate in cramped spaces thanks to a unique, inwardly orientated second axis that allows the arm to fold, saving space and time.
Autonomous dual-arm robot
This robot is able to autonomously make decisions while executing tasks. It has a human-like ability to accurately recognize the position and orientation of objects in three-dimensional space. Force sensors in the wrists allow the robot to freely adjust the force applied to objects as it manipulates them. It can use ordinary human tools to automate countless tasks. Easy to move and reinstall, it can quickly get started on new tasks after being moved to different locations; no special adjustments are needed. Among other things, this robot can automate challenging manual tasks in short-run production and small-lot just-in-time jobs.
Employing proprietary piezoelectric quartz sensing technology, Epson's force sensors are incredibly sensitive to tiny forces and allow robots to perform fitting, insertion, and other tasks that formerly relied on human sensory perception.
IC test handlers
Contributing to the semiconductor industry with stable, high-throughput products
IC test handlers are used in the semiconductor industry to transport semiconductors to a tester and then sort them based on the test results.
Epson's IC test handlers employ Epson's original robotics technology to achieve high throughput, stable operation, and excellent usability.
Efficient, compact and precision electronic devices
Epson will contribute to the development of smart communications, power, transportation and manufacturing systems with advanced quartz timing and sensing solutions and low-power semiconductor solutions.
Quartz crystal devices
Quartz is an extremely frequency-stable material. Epson exploits this feature to provide crystal devices that are used in smart phones and many other consumer products, as well as in infrastructure and automotive applications that require exceptional accuracy and reliability. Epson also serves a wide range of industries by providing timing devices, such as crystal units, oscillators, and real-time clock modules, and sensing devices, such as gyro-sensors and inertial measurement units (IMUs).
Epson develops and provides a variety of low-power semiconductor devices, such as LCD controllers, microcontrollers, ASICs, and LCD drivers. From wearable products to automotive devices, Epson semiconductors are used in a wide range of products.
Superfine alloy powders
Epson develops high-performance superfine powders that are used as raw material in items such as electronic components. These powders are produced using our original atomization process.
Epson leverages its thin-film deposition and photo-etching technologies to provide the electronics, semiconductor, automotive, medical and other industries with surface-finished goods (e.g., gold-tin alloy plating on wafers and decorative watch bands) and printed circuit boards.