We work on the production of next-generation dies utilizing the latest IoT and digital technologies based on the sophisticated skills and advanced processing techniques that we have established over many years. We continue to reduce the costs and delivery times and tackle new die production technologies.
Total planning technology
All processes, from review of product design through to designing, processing, assembly, trial and product inspection, are carried out in an integrated in-house system. The self-contained system up to the product passing final inspection assures high quality and the one-stop procedure achieves shortened lead time and cost reduction. We are also able to leverage company-wide collaboration to produce special dies incorporating our custom made machines manufacturing technologies.
and digital technologies
ahead of the industry
We shorten the design and production processes remarkably, improve productivity and reduce costs by employing flow and warpage analyses using a CAE system and utilizing the latest non-contact measuring 3D camera, “3D Digitizer.”
System for assuring
products made by dies
After production, the consistency of the dies is confirmed by trials using molding and press machines until they pass final inspection. The measurement data are utilized by the design department for reverse engineering.
Equipped with equipment including a 5-axis high-speed machining center capable of 24/7 unmanned operation, a laser welder, and 1300-ton and 850-ton injection molding machines, we are capable of producing highly precise dies and processing highly complex parts. We have received high praise for our production of highly complex special dies with specifications that include built-in servo motors or other mechanisms, which were created from our fully arranged facilities and seasoned skills and techniques. We are also capable of making large dies for multi-piece molding.
We have been able to substantially reduce processing times by our completely integrated in-house production, from product concept planning until passing final inspection, and through utilization of advanced 3D measuring as well as IoT technologies.
We have implemented a new initiative based on data analysis for structuring prediction data and creating risk aversion mechanisms. Our R&D of a total system for large dies to handle warpage deformation generated during injection molding is certified by the Strategic Core Technology Advancement Program. This system aims at establishing methods of directly producing the desired shapes by designing dies with advance predictions of time-based changes generated in the die production processes.
We have begun working on achieving 24/7 endless processing by making
full use of processing technologies utilizing IoT and AI. We are also proactive in industry–government–academia collaborative research for next-generation products and technologies with the view to exploring new themes and new business fields.
Important future projects include improvements in the precision and speed of the reverse engineering we are already working on and expansion of direct orders from the North American, European and Asian markets. The core of our future business promotion is “human resources.” Our goal is to develop employees who are capable of flexibly handling multiple roles with enhanced skills.