This has been our unchanging policy from the start: boldly taking on new challenges. Beginning with our casting business and later with our surface treatment and environmental businesses, we have aggressively developed new technologies and launched new businesses to meet our customers’ needs. Our new challenges have a global perspective with clean industry, precision fabrication, worker health, and electric energy in our sights.
Lifting/lowering, transportation, and handling technologies are needed in every industry. We are pushing those technologies forward by improving the functionality and safety of our devices.
Automation, labor-saving, and efficient work are achieved through conveyors, which can be applied to industrial fields. The true value is demonstrated in industries where labor shortages are an bissue.
We are a robot integrator, able to fully automate truck loading and unloading operations using image processing and AI technologies.
By applying our V-process casting technology to ceramics, we are able to produce large monolithic pieces that were difficult with previous manufacturing techniques. Additionally, in the aerospace and medical fields, there are growing applications for ceramics 3D printers in the creation of complex shapes and silicon nitride products.
Ceramics components possess many advantages, including a high degree of precision and hardness, electrical insulation, and lack of magnetism. This makes them well suited for manufacturing devices, precision instruments, and precision machining.
Our next-generation ceramics 3D printer, incorporating the latest in 3D printing technology. We also provide forming services, including domestic sales of functional materials used in printing as well as prototyping and custom manufacturing using 3D printers.
Organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) have received global attention due to their applications in high resolution, thin, and energy efficient displays. High precision measurement technology is required for their production.
In the face of a technological sea of change in the electronics field that has grown to encompass both the very large and very small, a new world of measurement is being birthed to match.
We propose a sensor that gives robots an automated sense of force, making it possible to perform the careful work of an artisan as well as work that requires complex pressure adjustments.
This sensor can measure all of the complex processes handled by industrial robots, matching the needs of the IoT age. Using the force sensor, robots can accomplish the work previously handled by skilled workers.