Sepro America, LLC

Contact Information

Please visit: Sepro America, LLC

Mailing Address:
One Best Dr. Ste. 100
Pittsburgh, PA 15202 US

Phone: 412-459-0450
Fax: 412-459-0470

A Special Message from Sepro America, LLC

Robots - Automation - Service - Training

Company Profile

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. Today, Sepro America is a full-service automation supplier, with engineering, assembly, service and sales facilities in Pittsburgh, PA. Our North American sales and engineering group brings together over 100 years of experience serving molders just like you. Whether you need a single robot or a complete automation cell for insert molding, in-mold labeling, post-mold inspection, sorting, stacking, palletizing and packing, Sepro America will deliver. After installation, field service is provided by technicians with an average of over 10 years in the business. And we offer 24-hour telephone support and comprehensive operator-training programs too.

Product Categories of Sepro America, LLC

  • Assembly Robots and EOAT more (+)
  • Automation/Systems Integration
  • General Purpose Robots and EOAT more (+)
  • Part or Sprue Removal Robots and EOAT more (+)

Trade Names of Sepro America, LLC

  • 5X Line
  • 6X Visual
  • Generation IV
  • KIT Tooling
  • S5 Line
  • Success
  • Touch 2
  • Visual 2
  • Visual 3

Deep Links

As seen in PT

  • 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.

  • 2013 was a good year for North American equipment suppliers; can '14 overcome a slow start?

    The North American plastics equipment market saved its best for last in 2013, delivering shipments valued at $335.1 million in the fourth quarter—the best three-month stretch of the year and up 3% from the previous quarter. Will that momentum hold in 2014, however?

  • How ‘sticky’ is your business?

    Medical means less cyclicality and higher margins—those are two broadly agreed upon assumptions about the market—but is there another aspect that keeps processors pushing to enter the space?

  • ROBOTS: Sepro America Moves to Bigger Space

    The new facility is in Warrendale, Pa.

  • ROBOTS: Sepro America Moves to Larger Facility

    Sepro America, LLC has moved to a new building in Warrendale, Pa., that's nearly double the size of its previous space.

  • News in Robots from K 2013

    Injection molding Cartesian robots are being made lighter and faster, but with greater payload capacity and vibration resistance. Six-axis articulated robots are being made easier to program.

  • K 2013 Preview: Injection Molding

    Next month’s mammoth triennial plastics show in Düsseldorf, Germany, challenges injection molding machine builders to demonstrate technological leadership in addressing the needs of the marketplace.

  • Robots at NPE: Faster, Stronger, Smarter

    Among the many attractions in injection molding exhibits at NPE2012 were more intelligent robots with higher speeds and payload capacities

  • Injection Molding at NPE: Speed, Automation & Integration Take Center Stage

    Hot buttons at the show will be multi-component molding, in-mold labeling/decorating (IML/IMD), in-mold assembly, medical molding, liquid silicone rubber (LSR), micro-molding, and high-speed packaging.

  • INJECTION MOLDING: Small New Robot Packs More Muscle

    The smallest model in the S5 line of Cartesian servo robots for complex automation applications will debut at NPE 2012 in Orlando, Apr. 1-5, in booth 348.

  • K 2010 Preview, Injection Molding New All-Electrics & Hybrids Balance Performance & Economy

    The world’s largest plastics show, coming up next month in Dusseldorf, Germany, provides ample evidence of the growing sway of electric drive technology in injection molding.

  • Eight Tips on Robot Maintenance

    Beam-mounted Cartesian robots are usually installed in applications where availability and maximum uptime are primary concerns.

  • Sumitomo (SHI) Demag Plastics Machinery GmbH in Germany signed a global agreement with Sepro of France to integrate Sepro robots with Demag NC5 injection machine controls.

  • Servo Robots Show More Speed, Muscle & Brains

    The recent NPE 2009 show in Chicago saw the debut of dozens of new and enhanced robots for injection molding. The vast majority of the new models were all-servo types, though some economized by mixing servo and pneumatic axes. These new robots emphasized higher speeds, heavier payload capacity, longer reach, and more intelligent controllers that make programming and troubleshooting easier than ever. Telescoping arms and dual arms were very common among the new entries, as well.

  • NPE News in Injection Molding

    If a better machine can help your company beat challenging economic conditions, you’ll probably find it at NPE. And finding it will be easier, thanks to our editors’ efforts to sift out of some 2000 exhibits the most significant news in injection and blow molding, extrusion, compounding, and thermoforming.

  • New Robot and Controller Extend Automation Offerings

    WEB EXCLUSIVE A new three-axis, servo-driven robot is the smallest in a series of low-cost models from Sepro Robotique of France, represented here by Sepro America LLC, Pittsburgh.

  • Modular ‘Adaptable Automation’ Makes IML More Economical

    Five years ago, in-mold labeling was just gaining traction among North American injection molders as a one-step approach to decorating without secondary operations.

  • Conair, Cranberry Township, Pa., has sold its 50% share of Sepro America, LLC, Pittsburgh, to its joint-venture partner, Sepro Robotique of France.

  • Sprue Picker Lets You Program It Your Way

    Factory-set motion sequences, user-modified sequences, or custom programs can be set on a new, freely programmable control system that is standard for the new SR series of sprue pickers from Sepro America LLC., Pittsburgh.

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