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TOYO Stainless Polish Industry – Metal Polishing & Buffing Services


  • Company Name: TOYO Stainless Polish Industry
  • State/Prefecture: Fukuoka
  • City/Town/Village: Dazaifu
  • Street: 6-31-1
  • Country: Japan
  • Zip/Postal Code: 818-0131
  • Phone: +81-92-928-3733
  • Website: http://www.toyo-kenma.co.jp/eng/
  • Contact: info@toyo-kenma.co.jp
  • Listed: 01/28/2014 8:44 am
  • Expires: This ad has expired
TOYO Stainless Polish Industry – Metal Polishing & Buffing Services
TOYO Stainless Polish Industry: Business Card CaseTOYO Stainless Polish Industry: Racoon
 

Founded as a private business in 1966, the company was incorporated as Toyo Stainless Polish Industry Co., Ltd. in 1975. We were commissioned to polish and finish the exterior walls of the Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles in 2003, and of the Beekman Tower – a 76-storey building in New York – in 2011. In 2008 we were designated as one of ’300 of Japan’s Dynamic Monodzukuri (manufacturing) SMEs’ by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. We received the Fukuoka Design Award in 2012 for a stainless steel mirror ‘Drop‘, and the same prize for the dental mirror “Racoon” in 2013, together with the Otani Art Museum Prize and the Monodzukuri Nippon Grand Award.

Polishing & Buffing

 

  1. Buff Finish & Grinding Finish
    Hair Line, Brushing from #60 to #400

  2. Mirror Finish
    Buffing Plish #700, Wet Polishing Mirror #800

  3. Shot Blast Finish
    Shot blast creates different kinds of finish by material to be shot by our automatic shot machine keeping sheet flatness due to both sides simultaneous blasting. Also manual shot is available for irregular shape of material such as pipe and tube.

  4. Vibration Finish
    Our automatic vibration machine give quick and steady quality vibration finish. Different abbrasive grit give you different finishes.

 
Art Material
We have provided materials for a number of major properties. In the process, we have amassed the know-how in control technologies to make products in a sufficient quantity to extensively cover a large area, with the least possible variations in color tones between lots.

Base metal(uncoated) for use as a building material may often come in delicately varied color tones. In order to prevent impairment of the class of the whole building by such an element. It is a common practice to use coils(panels) in the order of approximation and gradation in color to make color variation inconspicuous.


Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles

 


Beekman Tower in New York

 


Coloring Finish

 


Rokuhara Temple (Japan)

 


Ryuou Temple (Japan)

 


Hot Wire Chemical Vapor Deposition(HWCVD)

 


Create ART Metal Surface
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