Aerospace

Aiming for the Development of the Aerospace Industry

We began work in the aerospace field with aircraft jig and tool design when our company was founded in March 1958. Today, although our more than 300 design engineer experts focus mainly on designing fuselages and engines for rockets and aircraft, we are also involved in a wide variety of engineering work including development test, production technology, field service and maintenance, and project management. We provide complete solutions, in addition to participating in and contributing to government projects.

Staffing Solutions

With more than 50 years of experience in aerospace equipment design development, our veteran engineers are able to provide any technical support required.

We have experience in structural design, equipment design, avionics and electronic design, strength analysis, testing and production technology, field service and maintenance, and project management.

We have experience in structural, equipment, flight control system and electronic design; strength, thermo-hydrodynamic, and motion analysis; testing and production technology; launch preparation and service; and project management for rockets, the international space stations and unmanned resupply spacecraft (H-II Transfer Vehicles [HTV]), among other equipment.

We have experience in structural design, strength and thermo-hydrodynamic analysis, and testing and production technology for rockets and aircraft engines, among other equipment.

Contract Work

We are furthering our experience with a focus on design and analysis for aerospace equipment fuselages and engines.
We also design and manufacture various types of testing tools and equipment.

We perform structural, equipment, electrical and electronic design for aircraft and rockets. The main design tools we use are CATIA V5/V4.

Structural Analysis (See Analysis Technology.)

Link to Analysis Technology.

We perform structural strength analysis for aircraft, and thermo-hydrodynamic and motion analysis for rockets. The main design tools we use are MSC.Nastran, Patran, ADAMS, Femap, and Fluent.

We design and manufacture the devices for rotational fracture testing to evaluate turbine case containment performance in the event of blade fracture.

We design and manufacture the devices to supply fuel to engines for gas turbine engine testing.

We design and manufacture the devices to pump temperature-controlled fuel into the engine for hot and cold climate conditions (-58°F–194°F).

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