About YUSHIN

Engineering Development

1978
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Released the company's very first swing-type take-out robot.

1981
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Released the HIT series of the company's first traverse-type take-out robots.

1982
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  • Released the ACS series of stocking systems. ("ACS" would later become the trade name for Yushin brand stocking systems.)
  • Released the HOP series of swing-type take-out robots.
1983
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Released the YK series of traverse-type take-out robots.

1985
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Released the SX series of side-entry take-out robots.(Recorded the fastest take-out cycle in the industry at 0.5 sec.)

1986
  • Released the HOPII series of swing-type take-out robots.
  • Released the ACSIII stocking system.
1987
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  • Released the miniHOP ultra-compact swing-type take-out robot.
  • Released the SSCD disk take-out robot.
1989
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  • Released the SERVOLINER series of the industry's first servomotor-driven take-out robots.
  • Released the AIRLINER-AE series of traverse-type take-out robots.
1990
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  • Released the ABSOLINER series of servomotor-driven take-out robots with absolute control system.
  • Released the ACS-Hi.Decker stocking. system.
1991
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  • Released the HOPIII series of swing-type take-out robots.
  • Completed "Lemon Precision" as a model unmanned molding plant. (Would later serve as a platform for developing FMS software.)
1992
  • Released the SV-X series of side-entry take-out robots with NC servomotor drive.
  • Released the ABSOLINER VA-2500 series of take-out robots for ultra-large molding machines.
  • Released the ABSOLINER VAHS series of high-cycling (high-speed) take-out robots.
1993
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  • Released the NETLINER-VN series as the successor to the ABSOLINER VAHS series. (Would later become Yushin's flagship series of servo-driven robots.)
  • Released the ACS-EG.Decker stocking system.
  • Released the SV-V III series of side-entry take-out robots for midsize to large molding machines.
  • Released the SSCD III disk take-out robot.
1994
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  • Released the VNII series to expand the lineup of the NETLINER-VN series.
  • Released the NETLINER VN-HS series of high-cycling (high-speed) take-out robots.
  • Released the AN series as the successor to the AIRLINER-AE series.
  • Released the SX-NII series of ultra-high-speed side-entry take-out robots.(Recorded a take-out cycle of 0.38 sec.)
  • Released the HOPIII-A series as an upgraded version of the HOPIII series.
  • Released the DRD disk take-out robot. (Drew attention as the world's fastest disk take-out robot with its 0.15 sec take-out cycle.)
  • Released the "Disk Stocking System".
1995
  • Released the general-use Y-MAP software package for molding plant FMS. (Y-MAP was Yushin's very first software product.)
  • Released the ANII series to expand the lineup of the AIRLINER-AN series.
  • Released the VN-A and VNII-A series as upgraded versions of the NETLINER-VN and VNII series.
  • Received the Kyoto Small Business Technology Award.
1996
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  • Released the miniHOP-300 ultra-compact swing-type take-out robot.
  • Released the MI.Decker and JES.Stocker stocking systems for free-fall products.
  • Released the NETLINER VN and VNII-EA series. (These robots came standard with the industry's first touch panel controller, "E-Touch 11".)
1997
  • Released the NETLINER VNII-EA-HS2 high-speed take-out robot.(Recorded the fastest take-out time for a traverse-gype take-out robot at 0.55 sec.)
  • Acquired CE Marking for the DRD disk take-out robot.
  • Released the SX-A-150NII side-entry take-out robot.(Recorded the fastest take-out time for a side-entry take-out robot at 0.32 sec.)
  • Released the ACS-KM.Decker stocking system.
1998
  • Released the NETLINER VN II-EA-2000S and 3000S ultra-large take-out robots.
  • Upgraded the E-Touch 11 touch panel controller software to Ver. 2.0.
  • Released the ACS-K II stocker for single-axis servo-driven robot.
  • Released the NETLINER VN II-EAHS1.5 and 3.0 high-speed take-out robots.
  • Released the "Flexible Teaching" user programming tool. (The software application enabled users to create and edit robot job programs.)
  • Released the NETLINER VN II-EA-60S and D and AIRLINER AN-M-60S and D ultra-compact traverse-type take-out robots.
  • Released the ACS-EGS.Decker stocker for compact molding machine.
1999
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  • Released the V-HOP series of sprue take-out robots for vertical molding machines.
  • Released Y-MAPII as an upgraded version of the Y-MAP molding plant production management FA system.
  • Released the SX-21 series of side-entry take-out robots.
  • Released the N-HOP series of swing-type take-out robots with NC kick axis.
  • Upgraded the E-Touch 11 touch panel controller software to Ver. 4.0.
  • Released the VN-EA-35S and V ultra-compact horizontal traveling take-out robots.
  • Released the G-CUTTERI and II digitally controlled gate-cutting and stocking systems.
2000
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  • Released the VNXII series as a new model of the NETLINER series.
  • Added the AT-120 to the AIRLINER series as a strategic model for international markets.
  • Released the VNR-6000 ultra-large horizontal traverse type take-out robot.
  • Released the VNXII-CT series of clamp-end traverse type take-out robots.
  • Released the "In-line Mirror-finishing System to Light Guide Plates" for light guide plate gate cutting system.
  • Added the VNX series of single-stage vertical servo-driven take-out robots to the NETLINER series.
  • Received the Good Design Award for the NETLINER VNX-150D.
2001
  • Released the VNRII-1300 large take-out robot for low ceilings.
  • Released the "Lead-Through Teaching" software application that enables user to edit robot programs.
  • Introduced the Y-MAP II production management FA system into the Molding Division's model plant.
  • Released the NETLINER VNX-75S-HS compact ultra-high-speed take-out robot.
2002
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  • Released the VSX and VZ series as the latest additions to the NETLINER series.
  • Released the DRDIII disk take-out robot. (Greatly exceeded the world's fastest take-out cycle at 0.069 sec.)
  • Released the HOPIV high-speed swing-type take-out robot.
2003
  • Released the "Mold Mate" software package for monitoring production at molding plants.
  • Released the SX-mini I compact side-entry take-out robot.
  • Released the WEBLINER RA series as a new series of Yushin's big-selling, horizontal traverse type servo-driven take-out robots.
2004
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  • Released the new WEBLINER RA and RAII-α series that pursued high precision positioning and high-speed operation with networking take-out robots.
  • Released the NETLINER VSXII-α series of high cost-performing, servo-driven take-out robots.
  • Released the "Take-Out Robot Simulator" software application for simulating take-out robot motions.
  • Released the SXA-800III high-speed side-entry take-out robot with NC on 3 axes for midsize to large injection molding machines.
  • Released the SVRB50 2-axis servo-driven take-out robot for vertical injection molding machines.
  • Released the "E-Touch Web" image processing system as an option for the WEBLINER RA and RAII-α series of networking take-out robots.
  • Released the SXm-A40 compact side-entry take-out robot for picking small precision molded products.
2005
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  • Released 3 high-speed models of the RA and RAII-α series of networking take-out robots.
  • Released the new "Mold Mate Professional" software package for monitoring production at molding plants.
  • Released the SXA-300III and V high-speed, side-entry take-out robots for clean environments.
  • Developed a temporary wafer bonding machine as a new field of endeavor.
2006
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  • Released the RAII-α-3000S-HS take-out robot for high-cycling, ultra-large molding machine.
  • Released the NETLINER YA and YAII series of high cost-performing, servo-driven take-out robots.
  • Released the HOP Five series of high-speed, swing-type sprue take-out robots.
  • Released the J-HOP sprue take-out robot for vertical molding machine.
2007
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Released the RAII-α-DW series as a new model of the RA-α series for automatic 2-color/material molding and integrated automated systems.

2008

Received the Japan Robot Association Award for the RAII-α-DW series at the Machine Design Awards.

2009
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  • Released the RCII series of the latest servo-driven take-out robots.
  • Received the Technology Award of the Japan Society for Precision Engineering for design optimization of the end-of-arm tool of take-out robots.
2010
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  • Tied up with 3M to manufacture and sell equipment based on temporary wafer bonding technology that enables 3D chip layering.
  • Developed the HSA series of new high-speed, servo-driven traverse type take-out robots.
2011
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  • Developed the TSXA side-entry take-out robot on a new concept for delivering high-speed support.
  • Released the YC series of servo-driven traverse type take-out robots, optimally designed for enhanced energy-saving and vibration-damping performance.
  • Released the SXC series of side-entry take-out robots for high-speed, compact precision molding.
2012
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Received the 2011 Medal for Technology from the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers for the "Development of High-Performance Take-Out Robots for Injection Molding Machines Using a Structural Optimization Method".

2013
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Received the 2012 JMF President's Award for the YC series at the Energy-Efficient Machinery Awards of the Japan Machinery Federation.

2014
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Released the HST series of servo-driven traverse type take-out robots.

2015
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Released the SXC-HSY series as an ultra-high-speed model of the SXC series of side-entry take-out robots.

2017
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  • Released the CT series of clamp-end traverse type take-out robots.
  • Released the FRA series of high-end take-out robots equipped withactive vibration control technology.
  • Announced the company's proprietary IoT service "INTU LINE".