A Seiko Epson Corporation Epsonbeing a shortened form for “Child of Electronic Printer”, orbasically Epson, is a Japanese hardware organization and one of the world’sbiggest makers of PC printers, and data and imaging related gear. Headquarteredin Suwa, Nagano, Japan, the organization has various auxiliaries worldwideand produces inkjet, speck framework and laser printers, scanners, workstations, business, media and home theater projectors, substantial home theaterTVs, robots and mechanical computerization gear, purpose of offer docket printersand money registers, workstations, incorporated circuits, LCD segments andother related electronic parts. It is one of three center organizations of theSeiko Group, a name customarily known for assembling Seiko timepieces since itsestablishing.
The underlying foundationsof Seiko Epson Corporation return to an organization called Daiwa Kogyo, Ltd.which was established in May 1942 by Hisao Yamazaki, a neighborhood clockshop proprietor and previous representative of K. Hattori, in Suwa, Nagano, Japan.Daiwa Kogyo was bolstered by a venture from the Hattori family (author of theSeiko Group) and started as a producer of watch parts for Daini Seikosha (as ofnow Seiko Instruments). The organization began activity in a 230-square-meter(2,500 sq ft) redesigned miso storage facility with 22 workers.
In 1943, Daini Seikoshabuilt up a plant in Suwa for assembling Seiko watches with Daiwa Kogyo. In1959, the Suwa Factory of Daini Seikosha was part up and converged into DaiwaKogyo to shape Suwa Seikosha Co., Ltd: the harbinger of the Seiko Epson Corporation.The organization has Epson drivers created numerous timepiece advancements. Specifically, itbuilt up the world’s first versatile quartz clock (Seiko QC-951) in 1963, theworld’s first quartz watch (Seiko Quartz Astron 35SQ) in 1969, the mainprogrammed control creating quartz watch (Seiko Auto-Quartz) in 1988 and theSpring Drive watch development in 1999.
The watch business is thefoundation of the organization’s micromechatronics advances and still one ofthe real organizations for Seiko Epson today in spite of the fact that itrepresents short of what one-tenth of aggregate revenues.The watches madeby the organization are sold through the Seiko Watch Corporation, a backup ofSeiko Holdings Corporation.In 1961, Suwa Seikosha built up an organization calledShinshu Seiki Co. as an auxiliary to supply accuracy parts for Seiko watches.At the point when the Seiko Group was chosen to be the official time attendantfor the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, a printing clock was required to timeoccasions, and Shinshu Seiki began building up an electronic printer.
In September 1968, ShinshuSeiki propelled the world’s first little printer, the EP-101 (“EP”for Electronic Printer,) which was before long consolidated into numerousnumber crunchers. In June 1975, the name Epson was begat for the up and comingage of printers dependent on the EP-101 which was discharged to the generalpopulation. (EPSON:E-P-SON: SON of Electronic Printer). In April of thatyear Epson America Inc. was set up to move printers for Shinshu Seiki Co.