Multidisciplinary Hybrid Production Systems

[INQ. NO. 2203M10] Dynamic Motion Technology (DMT) leads Industry 4.0 and provides optimal solutions and excellent customer-specific quality maintenance and management services required by production sites. It is based on the core technology of industrial robots, and long-established on-site.
DMT has successfully introduced a wider range of automated systems with high-speed, high-precision, and high-load robust durability with its own patented technology.
DMT mainly produces five models of its gantry robot system, and over 50 models of its gripper system & tool changer with its own patented technology. The DMT linear motor available in six product models has excellent functions such as high-precision, high-response, and high-speed operation with a structure without magnetic force in the stator. It is a proprietary patent technology and cost-effective with its non-magnetic structure, unlike other linear motor brands. This linear motor can be applied to various manufacturing environments.

Multidisciplinary Hybrid Production Systems

Finally, the field responsiveness is also excellent, in that it is available in various product lines including process-optimized multi-joint robot systems suitable for multi-species, small-volume manufacturing methods that have changed under the 3D process and the 4th-industrial revolution.
In recognition of quality and durability, domestic automobile manufacturers Hyundai, GM Korea, Renault, and machine-tool makers Hyundai Wia, Doosan Heavy Industries and SMAC, were supplied with the gantry system 1st automation band.
For overseas markets, DMT has been recognized for quality by supplying its system to Nissan, Renault Motors, Guangzhou Motors, and Toyota Motors in China.
Also, DMT supplies its systems for engines and mission processes in the Chinese automotive market in collaboration with LG MAZAK, and supply clients in Japan, India and Brazil in the global market.

Multidisciplinary Hybrid Production Systems

The various robots developed by DMT are competitive in performance, service and price, and are gaining trust from various parties by supplying factory automation systems to various production sites. In addition to developing high-functionality of existing technologies, DMT focus on the optimal multi-joint robot for small-volume production, and electric grippers that serve as end effectors of robots.
In the robot industry, ‘Challenge and Creative spirit’ is very important as DMT’s slogan. DMT will be the best partner for the the company’s robot industry development, and innovative technologies to help it stand out as a recognized global robot brand company globally. | Blog Magazine of korean-machinery, brands and Goods

Hyundai, Kia’s Compact SUVs Kona, Stonic Ready to Hit European Market Korea’s largest automaker Hyundai Motor Co. and its smaller sibling Kia Motors Corp. are aiming to roll out the Kona and Stonic compact sport utility vehicles in Europe last month, gearing up to take on Renault SA’s Captur that has become one of best-selling small SUVs in the region.
According to recent multiple industry sources, Hyundai Motor and Kia Motors were determined to sell the Kona and the Stonic in Europe. Hyundai Motor unveiled the Kona in June and launched its sale in Korea in August. In the first month, the automaker sold 4,230 units of the Kona, outpacing 4,178 units tallied by rival Ssangyong Motors’ Tivoli that had been the topselling compact SUV in the country before the Kona’s arrival. Kia Motors also sold 1,655 units of the Stonic in August, exceeding its initial sales target.
Hyundai Motor originally planned to launch the sale of the Kona compact SUV in Europe in August and in the United States in December. However, the company’s recent labor union walk-out that disrupted production has delayed its sale in Europe by about two months. The Europe launching schedule was adjusted also because demand for the Kona in the Korean market has been higher than expected, causing supply shortage. The Kona are entirely produced in Hyundai Motor’s manufacturing facility in Ulsan, Korea and be exported to other regions such as Europe and the U.S.
Hyundai Motor already shipped 1,638 units of the Kona to Western Europe in August. Kia Motors also shipped 3,368 units of the Stonic to Europe in July and 6,408 units in August. The automaker aims to sell 70,000 units of the Stonic next year.
Hyundai Motor and Kia Motors have not expressed openly on rival models for their compact SUVs but industry sources noted that they may have set to challenge the Renault Captur, which has successfully lured European consumers. In Korea, sales of the Hyundai Kona and the Kia Stonic have exceeded those of the Renault Samsung Motor’s QM3, raising hopes for solid sales in Europe.
Rhim Byung-kwon, vice president and head of international sales division at Hyundai Motor, said at the Kona release event in June that the automaker aimed to sell total 41,000 units of the Kona in Europe and the U.S. this year and 150,000 units next year. Globally, it aimed to sell about 200,000 units of the Kona next year, including 45,000 units in Korea.

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