The potential of products with functional and unique surfaces.

Surface processing not only adds functionality but also transforms a product’s size, shape, and weight. It is our desire to create functional and unique surfaces that go above and beyond our customers’ needs, developed using 3D simulations and surface evaluation technologies.

Production of surfaces with three advantages



Surface treatment can improve the strength of products. Improved strength leads to products of lighter weight, also resulting in energy savings. Under the name of “strength”, we add safety and energy savings to metal products.



In the future, the electronics and precision parts industries will require even smaller and lighter-weight products. Micro surface processing not only makes this smaller and lighter-weight production possible, it is also a next-generation processing technology that improves productivity.



We provide surface characteristics that can fulfill the functions our customers require, such as smooth surfaces and non-slip surfaces. We help to discover the surface characteristics that bring out the advantages of surfaces of each kind of material.

Seven Technologies of Surface Production

1. Deburring

Removing burrs created during casting with technology that eliminates sharp edges.

  • Descaling
  • Paint stripping
  • Deposited film stripping
  • Phosphate coating removal
  • Deposit removal
  • Plating stripping
  • Impurity removal
  • Rust removal

2. Cleaning

Technology for removing sand from the product’s surface.

  • Deburring
  • Radiusing
  • Sand removal from as-cast parts
  • Spatter removal
  • Mold lubricant removal
  • Cleaning
  • Rust removal
  • Sprinkled powder removal

3. Etching

Technology for adding textures to the target’s surface.

  • Surface roughening
  • Matte finishing
  • Dimpling
  • Pretreatment for spraying
  • Pretreatment for coating

4. Polishing

Technology to create polished surfaces that are glossy and smooth.

  • Smooth finishing
  • Gloss finishing
  • Mirror finishing

5. Impacting

Applying stress to the surface to prevent breakages in metallic products.

  • Improve fatigue strength (life)
  • Improve wear resistance
  • Improve stress corrosion and crack resistance
  • Improve impact resistance

6. Chipping

Technologies that create microscopic grooves and perforations in materials.

  • Patterning
  • Hole making for hard/brittle materials
  • Grooving
  • Etching

7. Viewing

Evaluating product surfaces and interior conditions with scanning technologies.

Surface Production Processes

Shot Blasting

Shot Blasting

By using a motor to spin blades at high speed, centrifugal force shoots abrasives at a surface. This makes it possible to process wide surfaces efficiently.



Abrasives are shot from a nozzle using pressurized air. This is useful for localized processing.

Barrel Polishing

Barrel Polishing

The target products and polishing media are loaded into a barrel, and by adding physical force, the products are polished through friction.

Precision Brushing

Precision Brushing

A brush is rotated at a high speed to rub the bristles against the target products for edge processing.

Product Lineup
  • Shot Blasting Machine
  • Airblasting Machine (Sand blasting)
  • Shot Peening Machine
  • Microblasting Machine
  • Blasting Abrasives
  • Peening Media
  • Barrel Polishing Machine
  • Finishing Media
  • Compounds