FANUC City is situated at the foot of Mount Fuji, near Lake Yamanaka. Covering 1.7 million square metres, it is home to all FANUC’s unique production facilities. It also includes 12 research and development centres, administration buildings, staff accommodation, leisure facilities and even a clinic for employees and their families.
With almost 60 years of experience in the development of computer numerical control equipment, more than 22,5 million products installed worldwide and more than 6000 employees, FANUC is one of the leading global manufacturers of factory automation. Whether it’s industrial robots, CNC systems, wire cut EDM, injection moulding machines or vertical machining centres, there is nothing we love more than automation.
FANUC is the most automated production facility in the industry. And as a result of this, we clearly understand your needs – supplying you with tried and tested products we know you can rely on.
FANUC is the only company in its sector which develops and manufactures every single major component, both hardware and software, in-house. The benefit for you: superior functional reliability – and highest productivity guaranteed.
All FANUC products are engineered to optimise energy usage through intelligent energy management. And throughout the entire production process, our goal is to be as friendly to our environment as possible.
With more than 100 models, FANUC offers the widest range of industrial robots in the world. Covering a diverse range of applications and industries, FANUC robots are easy to operate and provide complete flexibility thanks to a range of application-specific options, straightforward integration, payloads up to 2.3 t and maximum reaches up to 4.7 m.
FANUC CNC provides the answer to demanding machining operations involving multiple axes and multiple path applications. From very small to very large workpieces, from very soft to very hard materials, FANUC CNC provides the ideal balance between utmost precision, flawless surface quality and the shortest possible cycle times. This translates into less non-productive time and eliminates the inaccuracies incurred in multiple-part set-up operations.