HY Robotics, Corp. was established in 1988 and has been a technological leader since its inception. We have been supplying robots to the United States for over two decades. In April of 2004, the Korean-based company was brought to the United States, and a domestic facility in St. Louis, MO was erected. Since opening, HYRobotics STL has been dedicated to providing a quality product and unmatched customer service during its twenty-plus year tenure with the company.
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Inception of partnership with Hanwha Techwin
Patent Approval for Weight Measurement System in United States
Developing new controller with KEBA controller company
Weight measurement system, Muge-In, for Automotive Industry
Exhibition in NPE 2012 (Orlando, Florida, USA); Expand to current 20,000 sq building
Exhibition in NPE 2009 (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
Upgrade HYRobotics in USA Tech and Training Center Remodeled. Established HYRobotics Indonesia Subsidiary
Patent Registration for Insert Rejected Method. HYRobotics All Robotics line acquired CE Certification.
NPE 2006 Exhibition (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
HYRobotics H.Q expanded in Incheon South Korea with new building
HYRobotics U.S.A established; Traverse take out robot developed for 2-Color Injection Molding Machines; Acquired ISO 9001:2000 Certification/Acquired CE Mark (TOPIV)
Developed 4th Generation Swing Type Robot: TOPIV Sprue Picker Robot. ERP Success Story Presentation for Incheon Chamber of commerce and Industry
Developed Intelligent 7 axis take-out robot (Start to export Robot to North America Market); Patent Registration for Insert Automation System/Patent Registration for Insert Inspection Automation System
Developed 4000 tons Servo Robot for the first time in Korea (3-Axis Servo Traverse Robot: TSIII)
Awarded "Venture Technical Company" by the Small and Medium Size Business Association.
Awarded "Excellent Export Ability Company" by the Small and Medium Size Business Association; Developed 3rd Generation Swing Type Robot: TOPIII Sprue Picker Robot (4000 units installed)
Awarded 21th "Productivity Contribution Grangprix" by the President of South Korea
Began supplying robots to U.S. Technical Research Institute (Developed 2nd Generation Swing Type Robot: TOPII Sprue Picker Robot) Awarded 20th "Productivity Grangprix" by the Minister of commerce & Industry Department of Korea (Introduced 1 Axis Servo Traverse Robot)
Acquired Q-Mark (Quality-Assured Company); Introduced Traverse Robot: Inverter Motor Type
Registered "Take-Out Robot" as product name; Introduced 1st Generation Swing Type Robot: TOP Sprue Picker Robot
Established Hanyang Engineering. Co.; Automatic Mold Release Spray Machine
Launched collaborative robot HCR-5
Achieved cumulative aircraft engine production of 8,000 units
Changed company name to Hanwha Techwin
Achieved No. 1 in global market share in chip mounter (medium-speed)
Acquired Samsung Electronics Co. CCTV business
Completed Korea's first gas turbine-operated combined heat power generation system
Developed K10, the world’s first robot-type armored ammunition carrier. Samsung
camera KENOX achieves No. 1 market share in Korea
Changed company name to Samsung Techwin
Launched Korea's first digital camera. Supplied the first turbo compressor
Developed domestically produced new 155mm self-propelled gun
Established Chinese subsidiary
Launched security business
Launched chip mounter (electronic parts assembly machine) business
Launched semiconductor parts business
Changed company name to Samsung Aerospace Co., Ltd
Developed company’s own camera model, Samsung SF-A0
Shipped the first domestically made engine
Started aircraft gas turbine maintenance business. Started camera business
Established Precision Instrument R&D Center
Company founded (then Samsung Precision)
Founded in 1977, Hanwha has gained a foothold as a Total Solution Provider through its strenuous efforts in technology and market development.
Using its 40 years of knowledge as a stepping stone, Hanwha now offers the collaborative robot HCR-5 for a more convenient and safer future.