Miyama Giken, a company manufacturing printed circuit boards in Tokyo, has been able to realize detailed consulting for clients and a shortened delivery time by doing everything from the start, all the way to the mounting process, all in-house. They have also taken on the new project of developing CO2 sensors within the company, a move that stems from the characteristically Japanese business philosophy of prioritizing the customer’s needs, as well as the growth and expansion that comes from creativity not bound to existing values.
M-TECH draws the most attention is the precision processing of such challenging materials as stainless steel, brass and titanium from Φ4.0 to Φ0.5×10mm (a 20-fold increase in aspect ratio). Normally, micro-fi ne long processing performed on a lathe induces elastic deformation, resulting in tapering defects. Therefore, in order to overcome that hurdle the company used a special micro-NC lathe, micro-fi ne screw cutting work and a proprietary technique for the processing of complex shapes, as well as a correction system incorporating a charge-coupling device (CCD) camera as a main part of the overall process, thereby achieving the production of an external dimensional tolerance ±2μm as an integrated component in a […]
An official partner of Panasonic, Sango Metal Industrial Co., Ltd. is a leading provider of precision welding services. Their expertise lies in laser welding of materials as thin as 0.2mm, such as terminals on lithium batteries. They currently hold 38% of the global share in this industry. Recently, they installed 2 new equipment to their arsenal, the fiber laser oscillator, which makes it possible to seam weld copper and other hard-to-weld materials, and the galvanometer scanner, which boasts a faster laser traveling speed for higher production efficiency. With these innovative technologies at their disposal, they are now focusing their efforts on fuel cells for cars and medical devices, both of […]
Seki Press Co. Ltd. has realized the new stamping technology which splits a metal like a string cheese for complex 3-D shapes. It is a process of using a metal mold to split and tear metal materials such as iron, bronze, aluminum, stainless steel, brass, and more, that are in the form of plates, coils, and bars. It is called the Warisaki Method which we have patented. We have realized the new stamping technology for complex 3-D shapes, which could lead to cost reduction in various kinds of products.
Since our establishment in 1964, Shinwa Kosaku Co., Ltd. has been working in metal processing. Currently, they are mainly working on casting processing of metals like aluminum, as well as three-dimensional NC processing. We have a multiple general purpose lathes, NC lathes as well as machining centers in our arsenal. From casting system planning, producing wood and metal molds, and cutting processes, they do it all. We also do CAD/CAM modeling in-house. For production of casts, They work with a plant that possesses a very high level of technology. We do the production and processing of metal and wood molds ourselves.
Based on their innovative and original ideas, synthetic marble product manufacturer Timec has developed user-friendly handrail with an integrated synthetic marble washbasin for wheelchair users. The beautifully designed synthetic marble wash basin is a product developed with the Japanese spirit of genuine concern for the country’s rapidly aging population; with a design basis that takes heavy considerations for individual caregiver’s needs. The company’s products achieve a high level of safety and durability through their very strict quality control standards. These standards have been the driving force in the expansion of this product’s use. Due to its very high quality, durability and safety, Timec’s products are now being used in a […]
Titanium wizards take superfine titanium tubes with an inside diameter of mere 2 mm and ultrathin walls a 0.3 mm thick and amazingly they TIG weld 223 of those tubes by hand to a tube plate with a diameter of 60 mm using a tungsten electrode and an inert shielding gas. These ultra-small shell and tube micro heat exchangers (MHE) are used in pure water and ultrapure water temperature control, mainly in equipment related to semiconductors and liquid crystal. TIG welded heat exchangers made of pure titanium were unprecedented when they were first developed, because of the difficulty of processing titanium. It was Tokyo Titanium that achieved this feat using […]