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Tespa committed to provide quality with prompt service

 TESPA as it originally got its name from the abbreviation of ‘Technocrat Engineered Special Production Accessories’ is a group of professionally managed companies founded in the year 1974. Mr Shetty comments on what Tespa has to offer in the field of robotics and also the company strength.
Over the periodOver the years, Tespa group has been providing business solutions in the areas of manufacturing, process automation, robotics and information technology. Tespa group’s activities encompass products in diverse categories. These categories remain the chief focus areas and the entire set-up is reorganised into strategic business units that concentrate on specific areas of activity.
“We continuously strive to provide our customers with quality products and prompt service,” says Mr Shetty. “Our commitment to technology reinvestment will ensure that we continue to provide the highest quality products to our customers in the most efficient way possible.”
Major contributionTespa’s robotic application engineering strength involves areas like, spot welding, arc welding, handling, ultrasonic welding automation, pick and place, machine tending, robot based assembly automation, robot based vision applications, sealing, glass transfer, heavy pay load handling, handling applications. Also it is in press tending, robot based sculpture making, robot based hemming, robotics integrated seam welding for car body and fuel tanks etc.
Hand in hand with technology Tespa Robotics provides turnkey solutions for various robotic and automation applications introducing contemporary world-class standards in robotic cells and line automation in a wide spectrum of fields. Tespa serves a range of industries like automotive, power and energy, consumer goods, food and beverages, pharmaceutical etc. for their robot-based automation needs with three manufacturing facilities in Chennai.
Tespa believes that its strong engineering strength enables it to be a complete robotic engineering and automation solution provider, from conceptualising, designing, manufacturing, implementing and supporting advanced factory automation systems.  Tespa strengthTespa works with technology partners from around the world to contribute to the world of manufacture with the industrial robot engineering services. Tespa is proud to represent the following companies in India as its distributors and provide technical support for their robot products.
Nachi Robotics is an industry leading robot supplier based in Japan. Nachi is a customer driven and quality focused company providing industrial robots and robotic solutions since 1989.
OTC DAIHEN Robots, Japan, manufactures primarily robots, positioning equipment, digital inverter welding machine, cutting equipment, torches, standard and custom arc welding cells, accessories. DAIHEN Corporation began manufacturing pole-mounted transformers in 1919 by instituting a dedicated mass production system.
“From the first call or inquiry to after the robot system is in production on your floor, Tespa is there for you,” assures Mr Shetty. “The demand for automation need is increasing drastically in India. With our technology partners, we can deliver the whole automation turnkey solution package.”
Tespa has been assisting its customers in improving their ROI always. Tespa has two manufacturing facilities for mechanical parts and one factory for control system assembly and a design/simulation centre. It has robot training centre at Chennai and Bangalore.
The company can provide the demonstration with parts and try the robot out before it dispatched. It has regional robot spare parts support centres as well.
Tespa’s range of robot engineering services include: new robot product sales, robotic system solution and integration, robot break-down service, warranty service support, preventive maintenance services, robot operational audits, robot offline programming support/simulation robot -spare parts support, robot training, simulation and off-line programming, on-site robot programming, design and consultancy, automation line shifting, model addition, robot commissioning etc.

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