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Latest update： 26/02/2020 10:25:07
SOLTEC Co., Ltd.
We offer integrated production of vehicle parts and other pressed parts and engage in research for new methods.
We design and manufacture jigs and tools and provide machining processing of mechanical parts under an integrated production system from metal press mold design to mass production. We handle iron plates, color steel plates, and aluminum, stainless steel and titanium materials for production. We are attempting to change ourselves from a subcontractor to a venture-type proposal company. Our burr-free punching for stainless steel and other difficult-to-process thin plates, precision welding extended from our processing technology, and aluminum-plate joining received Strategic Core Technology Advancement Program approval in FY2012. We provide magnesium forging and press-working to manufacture tough, lightweight products, and employ forming and press working to produce engineering plastics that have the properties of both metal and wood.
- The metal insert riveting method sweeps out corner processing issues in cabinet press working!
Feature 1: Screws and other joining parts and high-level welding technology are unnecessary.
Convex and concave portions of metal plates with complicated processing are engaged securely at bending for high-strength joining. Warping and distortion as well as welding defects are prevented to ensure high-quality finishing.
Feature 2: Bending and joining can be executed simultaneously.
Press box bending and corner joining are completed in one process.
Feature 3: Applicable to a wide range of materials (Free thickness: 0.3 mm min)
We can press a wide range of materials in addition to iron and stainless steel, from aluminum to titanium, with a board thickness to not less than 0.3 mm.
- The metal insert riveting method is a new technology expanding the possibilities of metal press working.
Solid joining: Joining strength beyond TIG welding
Our company secures joining in assembly and clamping. Wooden member assembly technology and metal caulking technology are combined to realize strength equivalent to TIG welding.
Neat joining: Joined surfaces are flat and smooth.
Convex portions of caulking are released at joining according to the design. The corner surfaces can be finished flat and smooth. This method is recommended for housings to be accommodated in narrow spaces by avoiding external interference.
Tight joining: No leakage of light or electric waves because of no gaps
Our company realizes solid snow sculptures with few gaps not dependent on screws or welding. Our technology blocks electromagnetic waves, sound, or light, so we anticipate it will be applied to lighting instruments, LCD frames, and medical equipment.
- Our company is also licensing the metal insert riveting method.
Use our intellectual property to increase production speed, improve quality, and create new value.
[Company strength] Our company can handle both mass production using automatic transport with 200-ton to 45-ton presses or progressive molds and small-lot production including software processing. Our burr-free punching for stainless-steel and other difficult-to-process thin plates, precision welding extended from our processing technology, and aluminum plate joining received Strategic Core Technology Advancement Program approval in FY2012. These new methods enable pressing and welding with conventional equipment. They contribute to reducing mold expenses and costs because of machining-free processing, and also make maintenance unnecessary. These technologies have been complemented by the Strategic Core Technology Advancement Program. We always make new proposals and continue development to contribute to society by making the most of new methods. This is done based on cost reduction and performance improvement from trial manufacturing to mass production. [Business description] We design and manufacture jigs and tools and process mechanical parts by machining under an integrated production system from metal press mold design to mass production. Our customers are major manufacturers in the vehicle, amusement, semiconductor, and medical industries. We can handle iron plates and color steel plates, as well as aluminum, stainless steel, and titanium materials for production. We are now attempting to change ourselves from a subcontractor to a venture-type proposal company based on our approval under the Strategic Core Technology Advancement Program. We manufacture tough, lightweight products by forging and press working, and employ forming and press working to produce engineering plastics that have the properties of both metal and wood. [Industry] Metal press working and jig and mechanical part processing [Strength of products/technologies] (1) Cost reduction and quick arrangements under an integrated system from mold design to trial manufacturing, mass production, quality assurance, and distribution. (2) Cost reduction of about 20% with burr-free punching of difficult-to-process thin plates (such as 0.3-mm-thick SUS304). (3) Cost reduction with color steel plate processing and the establishment of titanium material processing know-how. (4) Cost reduction of 50% with SUS and SPCC precision welding that does not require machining. (5) Aluminum plate welding using an ordinary spot welding machine. (6) Real-time management of press production with automatic burr measurement. (7) Development by manufacturing and development staff, almost all of whom are qualified as technicians. [Representative's message] We do business under the motto of "Learning and Contribution as Value Creation Power." Our company name "SOLTEC" is an acronym for “Solution power,” “Open innovation,” “Learning from history,” “Technology for customers,” “Enjoy life,” and “Create value.” All of our staff members are working together to achieve these goals. We conduct joint development, including technical tie-ups, and acquire patents to prepare intellectual property for creating a transaction model linked to intellectual property in addition to parts processing and sales. [Company structure for market development/overseas expansion] Our sales system involves a development team organized including one person for sales, two for technical development, and two for sales guidance and counseling. We are ready to make specific proposals under this system by considering various new technical methods and implementing them quickly to solve customer issues. Yonezawa City Office, Yamagata University, JETRO, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and 12 companies collaboratively joined us in the RIT Project in Sachsen, Germany in FY2014. We have been promoting exchange between Japan and Germany. [Market share/Ranking] Hiroshige Malaysia, Sharp (Malaysia), and Guangzhou Hiroshige. [Awards and media coverage] [Awards] Oki Micro Engineering Prize for Quality Efforts (2012). [Media] Yamagata Shimbun, introduction of our burr-free punching technology (September 4, 2012); Yonezawa Gazette, "Skill in Yonezawa" (August 5, 2013); Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, "Entrust the processing to us: Burr-free punching" (August 7, 2014). [Authorization/Certification] Approval by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) under the Strategic Core Technology Advancement Program, for our development of burr-free punching technology for hard-to-process materials (2012). ISO 9001 (2005) and ISO 14001 (2009). [Joint research and development] Joint research with Yamagata Research Institute of Technology (from FY2015 until FY2017): Complementary research concerning the development of punching technology for difficult-to-process thin plates (Strategic Core Technology Advancement Program). [Main Clients / Business History (domestic)] Sharp, Fujikura Automotive, Oki Micro Engineering, SAXA Techno, SAXA Precision, Coretac, Entegris Japan, Tensho Electric Industries, Tohoku Pioneer, Kuroda Electric, and Kawaden. [Main Clients / Business History (overseas)] Hiroshige Malaysia, Sharp (Malaysia), and Guangzhou Hiroshige. [Exhibition History/Information] (1) 2012: Exhibited at Hino Motors Show. (2) 2013: Exhibited at INTERNEPCON. (3) 2014: Exhibited at M-Tech. (4) 2015: Exhibited at M-Tech. Period: June 24 (Wednesday) to 26 (Friday); place: Tokyo Big Sight (East 55-1, East Hall 4); booth name: Techno Road Yamagata.
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- Tohoku Head Office, SMRJ