We use simulations to design and manufacture press dies in-house as optimum dies for the production of auto body components. Additionally, we use three-dimensional measuring instruments for thorough accuracy management of dies composed of multiple complex curved surfaces. Our quality-assured dies make highly efficient, high quality press product manufacturing possible.We continue to lead the industry with our advanced technologies.
These components are used below the windshield, in front of the front seats. They not only absorb front-side impacts, but serve as the frame onto which shock absorption materials like polyurethane foams, and passenger-side airbags, are attached, ensuring passenger safety. We were the first company in the world to use mash seam welding technologies for large components such as these, offering both impact safety and weight reductions.
This pillar is found on the sides of the windshield, diagonally in front of the driver. These components must be strong, as they ensure the integrity of the driver and passenger area in the event of a collision or roll-over. They must also offer a flexible range of shapes, in order to secure forward diagonal visibility. We use high-tensile strength steel sheet processing, using tailored blank welding technology, to contribute to increased safety in the event of a collision, while also offering improved visibility.
This pillar is located at the side of the automobile. It protects passengers from side collisions, so it must be strong, but it is also important in establishing a vehicle’s exterior design aesthetic. We use high-frequency induction hardening technology and tailored blank welding technology to offer both high design quality and exceptional impact safety.
These components are found in the rear of the automobile, at the bumper. They protect passengers from rear-end collisions, so they must be strong. We use tailored blank welding technology to contribute to improved collision safety.