Bonding of metals, Heat Treatment, and Additive Manufacturing/ Metal Technology Co. Ltd.

Metal Technology Co. Ltd.

the Metal Solution

Metals from the Earth have shown us the universe

the Metal Solution

Metals from the Earth have shown us the universe

the Metal Solution

Metals from the Earth have shown us the universe

Case Study

Providing advanced metal processing technology in a variety of business fields from the LCD/semiconductor industry to aerospace with our integrated production.

News release

Toki Opening Ceremony
The opening ceremony for our new Toki plant was held on Friday, 29th September, 2017 after construction was completed at the Aqua Silva site, Toki city. MTC has always wanted to have a strategically placed plant in the Chubu district where important Japanese aircraft related industries are based. Thanks to fantastic support from the local government at both the Gifu prefecture and Toki city levels we have established Metal Technology Co. Ltd.’s Toki plant. This new plant, we will perform heat treatment of aircraft parts, as we have been doing in other plants, and newly manufactured body parts of aircrafts using our super plastic forming technology and hot forming technology. MTC is the only company to have this expertise as a built to order company in Japan. The new plant was constructed utilizing an automated and power saving design for the construction of these hot formed parts. We will strive to develop our new plant in harmony with the local area using of our superior knowledge and experience of metals, providing a high quality service and caring about safety and the environment.

Toki plant
Name: Metal Technology Co. Ltd. Toki plant
Address: TOKI AQUA SILVA 1431 - 56 Kujiri Aza Kitayama Izumi-cho Toki-shi Gifu-Ken, Japan
Area: Site: About 35,000㎡, Buildings: 3 floors, Total floor area: 7,152㎡
Main field: Heat treatment and forming of airplane related parts
Feature: Super plastic forming (SPF) of airplane parts

Toki plant                    The tape cutting at opening ceremony
MTC participates in research about the feasibility of a new supercritical geothermal power generation technology
MTC will participate in a feasibility study for "a supercritical geothermal power generation" that is expected to be one of the new renewable energy sources, with great potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Initiated by the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO); we at MTC will help evaluate the materials and equipment necessary for realizing supercritical geothermal power generation systems. In particular the casing pipes that are part of the equipment for the excavating work. We look forward to using our expertise and knowledge with HIP and Hot Press metal processing to contribute to the realization of supercritical geothermal power generation.

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‘Monozukuri’ Subvention aides MTC in driving forward the next generation metallurgical material development.

In cooperation with the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), MTC is conducting powder processing in an ultra-highly pure atmosphere, aiming to produce parts for nuclear fusion or accelerators with high additional value. In order to accomplish this, MTC has created a new type of ultra-high purity glovebox that combines a vacuum chamber and an electric furnace. This project is driving forward the development of the processing of high purity metal powder.

MTC plans to purchase a new facility that allows the processing of high purity metal powder in order to develop next generation metallurgical material. For that purpose MTC applied for the “Revised Financial Year 2017 Subvention for innovative development in manufacturing, commerce, and service” ①and was chosen by the Ibaraki Prefecture Small and Medium Enterprise Association②

①(Heisei28nendo Hosei Kakushinteki Monodukuri, Shougyou, Sa-bisu Kaihatsu Shien Hojokin)

②(Ibarakiken Chuushoukigyou Dantai Chuuoukai)

Information regarding MTC’s summer vacation period.

Summer holiday: From 11th August to 15th August 2017 Metal Technology Company will be closed during the upcoming holiday period. All inquiries during this vacation period will be addressed on our return on the 16th August 2017.

Thank you.

The 14th Japan Accelerator Association Annual Meeting
MTC will have an exhibit booth at "The 14th Japan Accelerator Association Annual Meeting" to be held here in Japan at Hokkaido University Academic Exchange Center. The exhibition will be held over three days from the 1st August to the 3rd August 2017. Come along and find out more about MTC’s recent accelerator related products which our engineering business headquarters are focusing on.

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