Sepro America, LLC

765 Commonwealth Drive, Suite 1
Warrendale, PA 15086 US

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Sepro has been an important name in automation in North America for 20 years and is the global #1 supplier of robots for injection-molding machines over 1000 tons.

As Seen In Plastics Technology

David Alan Bourne Carnegie Mellon and Sepro's Jean-Michel Renaudeau.

Sepro America Expands To Assemble Big Robots
Sepro America celebrated its 10th anniversary last week. showing off new space that will more than double its manufacturing area in Warrendale, Pa., including room for its first U.S. assembly of large robots.

Sepro Expands Robot Operations in U.S. & France
U.S. expansion will allow assembly of large robots.

INJECTION MOLDING: Small, Economical Robot
Designed for injection presses of 20 to 80 tons.

Connectivity & Collaboration in Robotics & Automation at K 2016
Besides a handful of new robots and pickers, the big themes were modular ‘plug-and-play’ automation, Industry 4.0 connectivity, easier programming, and safer collaboration with human workers.

The Shopfloor Revolution Will Be Automated
How did North American robotics orders follow up 2015’s record first half over the first six months of 2016? With another record.

INJECTION MOLDING: New Robots & Automation Solutions Coming to K 2016 Show
Look for modular automation systems, new controls, and new robots and pickers.

K 2016 Preview: Injection Molding
Adapting injection molding to the concept of Industry 4.0 is gaining momentum. At this show you’ll see that the interconnected, integrated “factory of the future” is almost here.

Highlights of Fakuma 2015
A selection of the hottest news and molding trends at this “little brother” to the K Show.

Billion & Sepro Collaborate on Molding Machine/Robot Packages
Billion will supply injection presses with integrated robots and controls from Sepro.

INJECTION MOLDING AT NPE: Presses, Robots & Cell Automation
Everything molders need to compete in markets from automotive to medical was on display in Orlando. Besides a huge number of new machine models, there was emphasis on cell integration and automation.

INJECTION MOLDING AT NPE: Molding Exhibits Show Off Cell Integration with Multiple Processes & Operations
If you’re interested in lightweight composites, IML, LSR, multi-shot, inmold assembly, barrier coinjection, micromolding, variotherm molding, foams, energy-saving presses, robots, hot runners, and tooling—they’re all here in force.

Why Five-Axis Cartesian Robots Are a Hit with Molders
Five-axis linear robots are proving to be a cost-effective alternative to six-axis articulated robots in many applications.

INJECTION MOLDING: Servo-Hydraulic Two-Platen Presses Debut in North America
Smaller servo-hydraulic models and wide-platen options will be unveiled at NPE.

Why Five-Axis Cartesian Robots Are a Hit With Molders
Molders are finding 5-axis linear robots a cost-effective alternative to 6-axis articulated models. A complex Fakuma show demo illustrates why.

Key Themes from the Fakuma Show
Servo-hydraulics, servo sprue pickers, electronic water-flow monitoring/control, and exotic multi-process cells were the headliners in Friedrichshafen.

Three Themes at Fakuma Show
Servo hydraulics are becoming standard; servo pickers proliferate; water flow monitoring and control are new focus.

Automation Eliminates Contamination
Many molders use robots to boost output and repeatability, but SSI also uses them to prevent contamination of critical diagnostic products.

Is a robotic revolution underway in China?
Robots have helped U.S. manufacturers better compete with China, now Chinese plants are integrating automation to boost their own productivity.

Sepro expands U.S. operations, eyes greater market share
As work comes back to the U.S., automation is being used to offset labor costs and help shops meet greater production demand with fewer skilled workers, very much to robot supplier Sepro's benefit.

Understanding Your Options In Multi-Axis Robots For Injection Molding
With so many choices available today, it’s important for molders to understand the pros and cons of Cartesian vs. articulated-arm robots and how their capabilities overlap more than ever before.

Product Categories of Sepro America, LLC

Assembly Robots and EOAT
Automation/Systems Integration
General Purpose Robots and EOAT
Part or Sprue Removal Robots and EOAT

Trade Names

5X Line
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