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The HI-MORE Spirit
WE ARE HI-MORE

Hi! WE ARE HI-MORE

With a strong belief in consistent quality, which is vital for sustainable partnerships, we make utmost efforts to offer our customers the best service and quality.

 




 


Eco-friendly Production

We minimize waste of resource required in each of production processes, to go for 100% resource utilization.


Best Quality

We employ the most advanced HMI panels in our robots, to allow for easy instruction and simple configuration.

High Reliability

Our robotic arm offers great performance, enabling users to finish all tasks with one-touch operation.

 








 

ORGANIZATION DEPARTMENT


Manufacturing

Hi-MORE sticks to the five objectives to ensure fine quality

Sales & Technology
We apply parts and components with reliable quality only from Japan and Germany in our products, and offer all-around service with strong work ethics and at competitive prices.
R&D
Continuous R&D is part of Hi-MORE’s daily operation, as we aim to promise customers innovative user experience continuously.
QC
We carry out repeated and sophisticated testing processes to maintain qualitative consistency.
Procurement
Accumulated experience and vast business connections enable us to offer competitive pricing.

 



 

 


High Reliability & Efficiency



 




High Reliability
& Efficiency

HI-MORE Production

We boast a full line of robotic arm models conforming to accepted standards in Asia and Europe, and certified to ISO-9001, to assure customers of robust quality.




OEM PARTNERS

 Stable service quality earns HI-MORE steadfast loyalty from customers 

Big-name ones and robot models involved are as follows

CONAIR

Rotary mechanical Yokote MX series (for injection molding machine 10 ~ 550t)

1-axis servo traverse BES series manipulator

1-axis frequency cross-propelled robot BE Series

SEPRO

PIP series rotary manipulator (for injection molding machine 10 ~ 150t)

HARMO

Rotary manipulator EX series (for injection molding machine 10 ~ 150t)

1-axis servo traverse manipulator HTS Series

1-axis frequency cross-propelled robot HTM Series

3-axis, 5 axis servo traverse manipulator ARX Series

SAILOR

RX series rotary mechanical arm (for injection molding machine 80 ~ 400t)

 

The HI-MORE Spirit
 

 

 The HI-MORE Spirit



Decades ago, the Japanese robotic arm maker HARMO set up a service point in Taiwan, 
with an aim to better promote its take-out robots and serve local customers. 
A successor to the service point, Hi-MORE, 
founded in 1990 as a dedicated manufacturer and contract supplier of robots with the aid of HARMO, 
has inherited solid work ethics from and built a long-lasting OEM partnership with the Japanese company.

 

 

 

J.C. Chen
Founder & Chairman

 

We put emphasis on every detail throughout a production cycle,
as I believe nothing is more important than paying considerate effort and maintaining close communication with customers 
when it comes to sustainable development of an enterprise.

 

 

 

Vic Chen
Executive President

 

HISTORY
 
2019
The HA series have just been CE-marked for its assured mechanical safety as required by EU.
 
2018
Hi-MORE showed its brand new three- and five-axis ultra high-speed robots of its HA series, all of which come with optimally engineered solutions for process automation.
 
2017
Hi-MORE was granted a golden award by TAITRA.
 
2017
At Taichung Plastics and Rubber Industry Show, the HA series ultra high-speed robots were newly launched.
 
2016
Hi-MORE hailed the birth of its self- developed controller, which enables its robots to connect to external equipment, bracing itself for the advent of the Industries 4.0 era.
 
2015
Hi-MORE started distributing multi-axis robot arms in Taiwan for Yaskawa of Japan, and providing customers automation solutions.
 
2014
The 3000 series large-sized robot arms were developed for injection molding machines with clamping force ranging 2000-3000 tons.
 
2013
The HX series three- and five-axis robots with single-stage pickers were available to order.

 
2012
The high-speed side-entry robot series UZ and STH came up for sale.
 
2011
Hi-MORE joined force with ENGEL to take part in overseas trade fairs, including Chinaplas in May, Interplas in June, M’SIA PLAS in July, 3P in October and Propak in November. The STH series high-speed two-axis servo driven side-entry robots were launched.

 
2010
Hi-MORE released its brand new THS series robots during Taipei PLAS, with its overseas branch Hi-MORE PTE Ltd. contracted by HARMO of Japan to the ARX series three-axis and five-axis robots on an OEM basis.

 
2009
The UNB series large beam robot was developed for sub-2000-ton injection molding machines.
 
2008
Hi-MORE engaged in R&D of new electric actuators, touchpanels and full servo robot models.
 
2007
At K Show, Hi-MORE displayed the UFSIII series beam robots. An R&D laboratory for in-mold labeling robotic systems was set up in Hi-MORE’s branch office.
 
2006
Hi-MORE began supplying its RX series swing-arm robots, which was debuted at the world’s top-three plastic exhibition NPE, to SAILOR of Japan for application in in-mold labeling.


 
2005
The brand new UFSIII series full servo robots, UTS-2R series one-axis servo driven robots and UNBSIII series servo large beam robots were added to Hi-MORE’s product mix. At IRF, Hi-MORE showcased the HTS series single axis robots.
 
2004
At Taipei PLAS, Hi-MORE took the wraps off its UNBIII series servo driven beam robot, noted for Y and Z axes being powered by a servo motor and suitable for sub-2000-ton plastic injection molding machines.


 
2003
A small-sized take-out robot dubbed UTM series was released, along with a newly developed three-axis servo driven beam robot for sub-600-ton plastic injection molding machines.
 
2002
The UNB series large-sized beam robot was developed for use with sub-2000-ton plastic injection molding machines.
 
2001
Hi-MORE obtained ISO-9001: 2000 and CE certificates, and worked out UTM and UTS series beam robots that were designed to fit sub-550-ton plastic injection molding machines. 
 
1996
Hi-MORE’s business operation with take-out robots in China was off to a good start, with its products accepted by Conari, the largest auxiliary equipment for plastic processing in the U.S., and Sepro, the biggest robots in France, and supplied to them on an ODM basis.
 
1995
Hi-MORE opened its customer service point in Dongguan, China, to provide its take-out robots and tech support to local clients.


 
1993
The UX series take-out robot improved by Hi-MORE independently from the swing type robots was launched.


 
1990
The EX series swing type robot was put into production with tech support from HARMO.
 
1983
The TX series robots hit the market.
 
2013 / 01
1980
The Japanese company HARMO set up its service point in Taiwan, which was the predecessor of Hi-MORE, offering take-out robots made in Japan and related tech support to Taiwanese customers.


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