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Since 1948, AMADA WELD TECH has worked to achieve one goal: to solve our customer's manufacturing challenges. Knowing there is no one solution that fits all, we strive to provide our customers with innovative and reliable manufacturing technology solutions so that we may be their single source provider. You will find that our website has been designed to showcase all of the different product lines so that you may see the large number of products that we offer, ensuring you get exactly the solution you need for your specific application!
Fiber and pulsed Nd:YAG lasers for welding, marking, engraving and cutting with up to 7kW peak power and multiple output beams for OEM's or as turnkey systems with multi-axis CNC motion hardware. The company also designs, builds and supports both standard and custom workstation systems with CDRH Class I enclosures, multi-axis motion control, vibration isolation, inert gas glovebox systems, CCTV vision for inspection and vision-assisted motion, laser control software, and a wide range of standard laser welding beam delivery components and accessories.
A wide range of resistance welding power supplies, weld heads and process monitoring equipment and systems for manufacturing everything from microelectronics to sheet metal welding. Typical applications include parts for automotive electronics, sensors, medical devices, batteries and battery packs, solar cells, aircraft parts and electronic components.
Power supplies, heads, and thermodes for hot-bar reflow soldering. Applications include flex to pcb, LCD attachment such as that used in manufacturing displays for cell phones, laptop computers, and automotive applications.
Equipment and systems for the hermetic sealing of semiconductor and small electronic devices. The company designs, manufactures, sells, and supports a broad range of atmospheric enclosures (gloveboxes, dryboxes) for customers in the telecommunications, aerospace, optoelectronic, medical, automotive and defense industries.
As a proud member of the Amada Group, AMADA WELD TECH INC. is committed to total customer satisfaction through:
All of which provide our customers with a competitive advantage through the application of our products.
All AMADA WELD TECH employees and partners are the source of our strength and success. Our unique blend of people, products, quality and service makes AMADA WELD TECH a good place to work and is the basis for our present and continued success.
AMADA WELD TECH is dedicated to the design, manufacture, distribution and service of quality products. We are committed to meeting and exceeding customer needs through:
Our goal is total customer satisfaction through excellence in all areas. We believe it is the quality of our people, service and products that is the basis of our present and continued success.
AMADA WELD TECH INC.’s parent company, AMADA WELD TECH Co., Ltd., was founded in 1972 to manufacture and market semiconductor-related measuring instruments and welding control equipment in response to the demand for quality control in the automobile, television, and electronics industries. The company incorporated microprocessors and other electronic devices into its resistance welders to enable high quality precision joining and monitoring and analysis. Its weld checkers are used worldwide for weld monitoring.
In 1984, the company developed a neodymium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet (Nd:YAG) laser welder that allowed for more precise and micro welding, and this product line became a central component of the company's business, along with resistance welding. In recent years, it has advanced into laser marking, with the development of small and powerful Nd:YAG and neodymium-doped yttrium orthovanadate (Nd:YV04) laser markers.
AMADA WELD TECH has more than 600 employees (consolidated), in 10 sales offices and 2 factories in Japan, and 7 subsidiary companies (AMADA WELD TECH Inc., AMADA WELD TECH GmbH, AMADA WELD TECH Korea Co., Ltd., AMADA WELD TECH Shanghai Co., Ltd, Amada (Thailand) Co., Ltd., AMADA WELD TECH India Pvt., Ltd., AMADA WELD TECH Taiwan Co., Ltd., and Amada Vietnam Co., Ltd. and 4 factories overseas (China, USA, Germany, Thailand). Annual revenue is ¥20 billion.
AMADA WELD TECH is an Amada Group Company. It is headquartered in Isehara, Kanagawa, Japan and develops, manufactures, sells, and services products and systems for metal sheet processing, metal cutting, pressing, and machine tooling. The company was established in 1946 and is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (6113:Tokyo). It has 60 subsidiaries (17 in Japan and 43 overseas) and more than 7000 employees worldwide. Annual revenue exceeds ¥200 billion.
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