Located in Higashi Mino, Gifu Prefecture, where more than half of Japan’s ceramics are produced, Maruasa Porcelain Factory Co., Ltd. is the industry leader in manufacturing cups and saucers. All ceramics are baked at 1,300 degrees Celsius or above for 22 hours, resulting in high-endurance products. The OEM products produced by Maruasa are design unique to Japan. Customers range from major tableware manufacturers in Japan, to the United States and Asia, delivering more than 250 million items worldwide.
Introducing Beauty and Health Equipment to the World Japanese startup company, MTG Co. Ltd., is growing rapidly as it continues to develop innovative products in the field of beauty and health equipment. ReFa have already seen cumulative sales of five million units and has become a must-have item for Japanese women. Wearable training gear, SIXPAD, wearable training gear for a stronger, more beautiful body, had also became one of the popular hits for MTG. How did MTG managed to grow in such a short time. Let’s explore their success story.
Down Town Tokyo, Home for Start-up Companies Hamano Products Co., Ltd., based in the heart of down town Tokyo, is working on innovative projects utilizing its cutting edge technologies. Keiichi Hamano, CEO of Hamano Products, founded Garage Sumida, a facility for companies and research institutions to research, create prototypes and develop products, which has drawn attentions of many start up companies.
All eyes were fixed on six futuristic towering robotic figures at a special technology summit hosted by the Dubai government in February 2015. Dubai media were abuzz with the robots, as were local politicians and industry leaders. All the mucky mucks were clamoring to get a look at these towering giants at the unveiling. The presentation began, “the Skeletonics robotic exoskeletons feature movable arms and legs controlled by an internal human operator.” There was a silence in the room as the audience didn’t seem to fathom what was just said. The emcee was strapped into one of the three meter tall Skeletonics robots and began moving the arms and legs and […]
Swany Co., Ltd., is a company that makes excellent use of modeling technology in making product designs and prototypes with the use of the latest 3D printers and 3D CAD to offer consistent support of mass production. The company speedily converts the ideas of customers into data, and produces a prototype using a 3D printer. Thus, this greatly reduces the time for product development. Also, because the company can quickly deliver 3D data, it can even respond to extreme customer requests; even only with a two-dimensional drawing, or sketch, the company can “meet you in the morning, and then deliver a prototype in the evening.” The company has attracted attention […]
Low-cost and safe access to Space with an Engine that Switches between Jet and Rocket Modes! There is a small Japanese start-up company attempting to develop a spacecraft with a few engineers in a small garage. PD Aerospace, Ltd. is aspiring to pioneer the space business with proprietary technology that combines “jet combustion” and “rocket combustion” into a single engine, which has been conventionally seen as incompatible.
CrossEffect is known for their work developing and prototyping industrial plastic products used for items such as cell phones. Their speciality is their resin processing technology called Laser Prototyping. Boasting the “world’s fastest” prototype production speed,crossEffect supports their clients in product development. Furthermore, as the second pillar of their business, they have developed Cardio Simulators: 3D models of hearts based on CT data. Cardio Simulators are soft 3D models of hearts created, based on CT scans taken at hospitals, through the use of DICOM data, laser prototyping technology, and special molds. Not only the outer surface, but the inner cavities and affected areas are reproduced with great accuracy. It’s even […]
Punching through thin materials in one shot, no matter how difficult, such as multilayered thin film and metal foil—that kind of reliable technical competence is underpinned by ultra-precise grinding technology cultivated over more than 40 years since the company’s founding, technology with a parallel, right angle precision of 5/10,000 mm (0.5 μm), that is, parallel, right angle error of just 1/200 the thickness of a sheet of copy paper. A product in which the crystallization of that technical prowess can be seen is Nogamigiken’s hand held punch. Anyone would gasp in surprise at its extraordinary sharpness. The cross-section it produces with minimal burrs and deformities is clean and beautiful. The […]