Nachi Robotics Systems, Inc.’s experience in robotics and its line of articulated robots, offer a solution that customers can rely on for years of trouble free operation. Our robot technology features a state-of-the-art robot controller (FD) and software to simplify the implementation of our manufacturing robots.
Nachi Robotics was established in 1989 to meet the needs of our North American customers. NRS and the products it produces represent the three main principles as a company to advance the progress of the world of product manufacturing.
FD11 controller supports all industry standard communication protocols including: EtherNet IP, DeviceNet, Profibus, Profinet, Interbus, FL-Net, CC-Link and discrete 24V I/O.
Powerful and easy to use application software packages: spot welding, arc welding, NV-Pro Vision, conveyor synchronization, dispensing, FlexHand, palletizing, territory definitions, force feedback sensing and more.
FD On Desk Robot Simulator allows offline programming, 3D simulation, program verification, cycle time analysis and PLC editing from your PC.
Advanced NV-Pro Vision System programs directly from the robot teach pendant.
Nachi-Fujikoshi has grown and advanced, earning the trust and respect of their customers around the world. The world comes to Nachi-Fujikoshi for all its’ robotic needs, from compact, precise operations to lifting heavy loads for a full range of assembly and welding solutions. Nachi-Fujikoshi robots are evolving with customers processes to meet the challenge of the world’s future automation needs.
The third Chinese character – translated to “Koshi” – means the general area along the Japan Sea since olden days.
In 1929, the Emperor Showa made a tour of the Kansai district to inspect industries as part of the encouragement of domestic production, and personally inspected a Fujikoshi hacksaw blade that was on display as an example of an outstanding domestic product at teh Osaka Prefectural Office.
Overjoyed at the honor of entertaining the Emperor’s special attention, Kohki Imura decided to name his product “Nachi” after the name of the latest naval cruiser to be made in Japan, the very same vessel that the Emperor was sailing on for his tour.