Entries by Winter_Agentur

A successful partnership over 30 years

Statement from Jabil Corporate about Fuji as their long term key supplier (Nov 2016): Since the advent of mainstream SMT in the 1980’s, our industry has come a long way. From the standard chip package size in the 80’s being 1206 and larger, to now where we consistently see 0402 and smaller. 50+ years in […]

Introducing the Fuji Flexible Placement Platform AIMEX III

In regard to the placement processes used for electronic circuit boards, there are ever growing calls for high-mix, as well as variable-mix and variable-volume production in order to keep up with changes in the marketplace. In order to meet these demands, Fuji developed the flexible and expandable AIMEX IIIc, which was announced in October 2015. […]


The FUJI MACHINE MFG. CO., LTD(headquarters: Chiryu, Aichi; president & CEO: Mr. Nobuyuki Soga; hereafter called as “Fuji”)invests in a 34% share of the TOWER-FACTORY GmbH, a German based company in Friedberg providing intelligent storage solutions for the SMT market. The common goal of both companies is the optimum use of the potentials of highly […]

Fuji is entering new ways

According to our exhibition slogan 2015 “Hightech meets human and nature” Fuji got a visit on its booth of an ‘extraterrestrial’ robot on his search for the best SMT-equipment. 

50,000 NXT modules have been shipped

Fuji Machine Manufacturing Co., Ltd. has shipped its 50,000th NXT module. This goal was reached just two years after the 40,000 module milestone and represents a great achievement for all those involved in the development, manufacture, sales and support of the NXT. Sales of the NXT started in 2003. The series has a revolutionary modular […]

NXT III Wins Prestigious Japan Robot Award

Fuji’s Scalable Placement Platform NXT III has been announced as the winning robot in the 6th Robot Awards, a competition organized by Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Japan Machinery Federation which was created to recognize the most outstanding robots for their present and future potential contribution to creating new markets. […]