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Latest update： 30/11/2016 17:58:13
Mizuki Industrial Co., Ltd.
We are a parts manufacturer that possesses machining and processing technology for difficult-to-machine materials.
We have been focusing on metal processing for more than 60 years. We possess ultra-precision machining possessing technology for processing thin, complicated shapes for aircraft and space rockets from difficult-to-machine materials (nickel chrome alloy; -150°C to 1300°C). We are part of the international division of labor. We are also working on titanium alloy processing for next-generation automobiles. We process precision parts for electric-driven systems, semiconductor equipment parts, hydraulic parts for electric power generation, machine tool parts, high-precision laser processing articles, etc.
[Company strength] We take advantage of R&D results on improving machining processing technology for difficult-to-machine materials to develop new products according to market needs. We accumulated these results in a Strategic Core Technology Advancement Program project. We are an expert craftsman group, including Highly-Skilled Worker (transmitting craft skills), Skilled Worker (Aichi Master Craftsman), and Multi-Skilled Worker designations. We have staff who have passed the National Trade Skills Test state examination in the Special Class (3 persons), First Class (13 persons), and Second Class (12 persons). The Tokai Komataisen contest of manufacturers is held to pass down technical skills, in addition to OJT and the like, and both experts and new employees participate in this contest. We also took part in a global contest this past September. [Business description] Our company has been focused on metal processing and accumulating related experience for more than 60 years. We possess ultra-precision machining possessing technology for processing thin, complicated shapes for aircraft and space rockets from difficult-to-machine materials (nickel chrome alloy; -150°C to 1300°C). We are a unique enterprise in the international division of labor. Our technology is also utilized in titanium alloy processing for next-generation automobiles. We also process parts for the trial manufacturing and development of various new products. These include precision parts for electric-driven systems, semiconductor equipment parts, hydraulic parts for electric power generation, machine tool parts, and high-precision laser processing articles. We are expanding our business by taking on areas such as medical equipment, health-related articles, equipment related to environment and energy, and information technology equipment. [Industry] Metal processing [Strength of products/technologies] We manufacture parts for aircraft engines by machining forged articles made of difficult-to-machine nickel chrome alloy material. These are machined down from 20 kg to 2.9 kg. We manufacture space station parts by machining ultra-thin articles with complicated shapes made of aluminum alloy ingots. These are machined down from 210 kg to 4.8 kilograms. We manufacture parts from titanium alloy for next-generation racing cars. This is done by utilizing our original technology for precise, ultra-thin parts processing. We also manufacture ultra-thin-walled parts such as variable speed drives with motors (direct drive motors) for electric equipment industries. This is done by using our machining processing know-how. We are taking on expansion into new fields by using up-to-date CAD/CAM systems and novel ideas for trial manufacturing. [Representative's message] Our corporate philosophy is “trust first, seek co-prosperity, and pursue happiness.” Based on this philosophy, our target is to act to “be severe to yourself, enhance your qualifications, and become a good member of society through your work.” We have believed since our foundation that humanity will some day explore the Moon while dreaming of the universe, and anticipated that difficult-to-machine materials will be used in rockets. This is why we took on ultra-thin-walled processing of special difficult-to-machine materials from an early stage. We believe that Monozukuri craftsmanship is all about human resource development. We constantly work hard on Monozukuri craftsmanship by introducing the development of human resources into our staff education. [Company structure for market development/overseas expansion] We constantly work hard to develop new products, including activities under the 2012 Monozukuri Craftsmanship Trial Manufacturing Subsidy and the 2014 SME Support Fund Program. We develop new products according to the needs of the market. We have established an integrated organization that can support the whole process of sales, technology, production, and quality assurance. This is based on our technical center. Our improvement committee aims to improve efficiency and productivity, conducts cost reduction and process innovation, and enhances our competitive power in the global market. [Awards and media coverage] [Awards] The 6th Machining Dream Contest, Bronze Prize (November 2009). Recognized with gratitude by the Joint Chambers of Commerce of the 6 Tohoku Prefectures (for support during the Great East Japan Earthquake, December 2011). [Media] Newspapers: Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Chubu Keizai Shimbun, Chunichi Shimbun, Tohoku Shinpou, etc. Television: Nagoya Broadcasting Network, MRJ/NHK, Tohoku Shien, Komataisen. Specialized magazines: News Digest, Seisanzai Marketing. [Authorization/Certification] Acquired ISO 9001 certification (2005). Acquired JIS Q 9100 certification (Aerospace 2008). Strategic Core Technology Advancement Program approval (2007). Aichi Brand Company approval (2006). [Joint research and development] Joint research with Aichi Industrial Technology Research Center, the graduate school of the Nagoya Institute of Technology, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Kyocera, and Yamazaki Mazak. Joint R&D on improving processing technology for difficult-to-machine materials (Inconel heat-resistant alloy) (2007–2111). Aichi Prefecture P1-Project, Base of Intelligence. [Main Clients / Business History (domestic)] Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Oe/Meikou (mass production, since 1961); Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Daikou/Meiyu (mass production, since 1961); Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Takasago (mass production, since 1965); Mitsubishi Electric, Nagoya (mass production, since 1962); Meiryo Technica (mass production, since 1999). [Exhibition History/Information] Port Messe Nagoya 2007; Aerospace Cluster 2009; Chubu Monozukuri Core Technology 2011.
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- Chubu Head Office, SMRJ