INACORP

Seoul, 
Korea (South)
http://www.inacorp.co.kr
  • Booth: A254


Welcome to INA CORP.

Since its foundation in 1979, INA corp. Co., Ltd. has been leading the development of the domestic automation industry by introducing advanced technology through technological alliance with leading foreign automation.

We provide ‘Total Solution’ to meet our customer’s requirements that optimize flexible production system utilizing robot for intelligent factory automation and precise control system.

We will continue to serve as a social enterprise that will always do our best as a common fate for our customers' next generation manufacturing innovation with our commitment to "Customer Satisfaction" with the best service, the best environment, and the best products.


 Products

  • JEL Wafer Handling System
    JEL's Wafer Handling Robots for use in semiconductor processes move 2 to 12 inch (300mm) wafers from moving cassettes to process stages, or move completed cassettes back to other processes or cassettes....

  • The cassette handling system uses a tilt mechanism to realize smooth cassette conveying without wafer displacement.

    Robot for Semiconductor with batch end-effector for 5 pieces of wafer High-speed handling of cassette with different pitches for such as vertical furnace. Execution of origin search is not required by using the servo motors with absolute encoders. Suitable for the system with low-passline and long vertical stroke. Highly flexible layout is provided with rotation angle of ±160 deg. by column-type driving unit. Pitch shifting of end-effector can be freely set in the range of 5mm to 10mm.

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