Focusing on microfabrication and magnetic application technologies, we have a wide variety of elemental technologies that provide value to metal materials.
This is the anodic oxide coating treatment of aluminum, focused on vacuum components used in the process chamber of semiconductor and FPD (liquid crystal and organic EL) manufacturing equipment.
This surface treatment is suitable for high-vacuum equipment components because it emits lower amounts of gas and has higher heat and corrosion resistance than general anodize (anodizing) treatments.
Compared to general cleaning methods such as chemical cleaning and blast cleaning, precision cleaning is suitable for ultraprecision products and medical equipment because it causes little dimensional change and generates little residue such as chemicals.
In this method, stainless steel, nickel, copper, and aluminum materials are heated and then joined with filler metal in a vacuum. We are good at designing and fabricating three-dimensional steric flow path structures and structures with heating and cooling flow paths.
We offer electron beam welding of non-ferrous metals, such as aluminum material, as well as dissimilar metals.
Equipped with the state-of-the-art machining centers and NC lathes, we are good at fabricating components with small and multiple cores for semiconductor and FPD manufacturing equipment. The data of all pores inspected using a contactless image measuring device can be saved.
We are good at flow polishing of the inner surface of metal narrow tubes to enhance the smoothness of the flow path, polishing of machined surface layers to eliminate defects and enhance genuine durability of the material, and polishing for removing tool marks generated as a result of the machining process.
Magnetic Application Technologies
Using our magnetic circuit design technology, as well as large-scale magnetic field measuring equipment, we can deal with a wide range of problems and issues related to magnetic field.
This sensor using a magnetoresistive element (MR element) detects changes in the magnetic field, as well as existence of magnetic body as a change in voltage.
Appling alternating field enables to output high pulse voltage.
Simulating the degree of deformation of components exposed to high temperatures, such as during joining process through structural and heat transfer analyses, optimizes the process design. In addition, various analyses, such as fluid analysis, magnetic field analysis, and vibration analysis, can be performed in combination.