A Japanese metal injection moulding (MIM) is offering its advanced manufacturing services of small metal components used for medical equipment, optical devices, automotive, robots, jewellery, consumer goods and similar industries.
The company has high mould designing skills based on their several decades of experience. In addition, they offer plastic insert MIM technique, which supports wider design flexibility, especially inside of the MIM components and less than 1 mm size of components’ production. The company has original techniques for the MIM mass production in smaller size and higher tolerance components. For example, the company has produced many micro-forceps for various major medical device manufacturers.
The company would like to build up a new network of connections with those who seek higher specification of MIM components in Europe.
The company is ready to accommodate inquiries from European companies from various sectors. In particular, they wish to receive inquiries from companies in medical field and other sectors in need of advanced single millimetre order-made components.
The other product features is micro-gear. They have capability to produce gear module less than 0.2 mm.
They have produced internal helical gear with backside wall which is very difficult to make with Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining or other method. Also they have a lot of experiences of mass production of special gear, such as helical, bevel, mitre, two-stage gear, internal, and so on.
They are looking for sales representatives under a commercial agreement with technical background who would work together with them to develop their business in Europe. The partner is expected to play a role of sales representative by introducing the company’s MIM techniques and developing new business contacts in their region.
It would be ideal that the potential partner already has business relationships in medical and other sectors where advanced precision technology is widely used.
The company has customers in Europe such as Austria, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and Germany. They have been a member of IVAM micro technology network in Germany since 2000. They have a factory and R&D department both in Japan and Thailand. In Thailand, the R&D department has an ongoing co-researching project with the National Metal and Materials Technology Centre.