Yushin America, Inc.

Contact Information

Please visit: Yushin America, Inc.

Mailing Address:
35 Kenney Dr.
Cranston, RI 02920 US

Phone: 401-463-1800
Fax: 401-463-1810

Product Categories of Yushin America, Inc.

  • Assembly Robots and EOAT more (+)
  • Assembly Systems
  • Automation/Systems Integration
  • Clean Rooms and Components
  • Conveyors (parts-handling)
  • Custom Machine Builders
  • Degating Equipment
  • General Purpose Robots and EOAT more (+)
  • Labeling Equipment--In-Mold
  • Optical Inspection Systems
  • Part or Sprue Removal Robots and EOAT more (+)
  • Parts/Runner Separators
  • Stacking, Packing Equipment
  • Unscramblers, Orienting Devices
  • Vision Systems

Trade Names of Yushin America, Inc.

  • Eco-Vac
  • Flex Software
  • HOP Five
  • Lead Through Teaching

As seen in PT

  • Maruka Opens Florida Technical Center

    Features an all-electric Toyo molding cell.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Automation, Old-Fashioned Values Help Sustain Molder’s Success

    This 55-year-old, family-owned and operated custom injection molding company continues to thrive by practicing a value that’s gained widespread popularity lately: “sustainability.”

  • 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.

  • High-End Take-Out Robot Gets an Upgrade

    A new generation of high-speed traversing robots will be introduced at the IPF show by the Japanese parent of Yushin America Inc., Cranston, R.I.

  • Two Robots on One Beam

    A new system of two servo robots mounted on a single traverse beam is aimed at two-shot molding or partshandling tasks inside and outside of the mold.

  • NPE 2006 News Wrap-Up: Brains and Brawn - New Robots Are Handier Than Ever

    Injection molding robots introduced at NPE pushed the work envelope for speed, reach, payload capacity, ease of programming, and ability to handle more sophisticated tasks.

  • What to See at NPE 2006: Injection Molding

    Energy-saving all-electric machines will continue to be a big draw at NPE, where new designs or upgraded models will be found in virtually every press maker’s booth.

  • Robots for Cleanrooms And Large Parts

    New robots designed for cleanroom applications or for high-speed operations on larger injection presses were introduced last fall in Japan by the parent company of Yushin America Inc., Cranston, R.I.

  • Six-Axis Robots: Where They Fit in Injection Molding

    Injection molded parts are typically demolded with simple pick-and-place automation—a top-mounted, gantry-style (also called Cartesian, linear, or traversing) three-axis robot.

  • From NPE 2000: Where Robots Are Headed

    If the big show in Chicago was any indicator, linear servo drives and jointed-arm designs may be the next trends in robots for injection molding.Injection molders visiting NPE 2000 last June may have glimpsed the future of injection molding automation.

  • NPE News Wrap-up: Robots

    From micro to maxi, from simple sprue pickers to sophisticated six-axis models, NPE had it all. A raft of new robots, faster and smarter than ever, will help make automation an irresistible choice for U.S. molders.

  • Greater Pickings in Robots for Injection Molders

    The newest crop of robot automation for injection molding machines, displayed recently at the Platex show in Osaka, Japan, and the Plast-Ex Show in Mississauga, Ont., continue the trend toward six-axis jointed-arm models and improved servo-driven, beam-mounted units seen at last year's NPE show in Chicago. The latest introductions also include new controls for servo-driven robots, new units designed to work in palletizing cells, and a range of new sprue pickers in servo and pneumatic models.

  • Parts Handling Is No Sweat With New Automated packing Systems

    Two makers of parts-removal robots recently introduced examples of labor-saving equipment.

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