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History

The proud history of AMADA MACHINE TOOLS since the 1930s

Since 2010

Since2010

Built Toki Works, which has new plant and new technical center

  • Cutting
  • Machine tool
  • Stamping press

2016

December

  • Released Digital AC Servo Press, SDE-1515 and SDE-2017 (GORIKI series)

July

  • Released Hyper Saw, HPSAW-310
  • Released Carbide Tipped Band Saw Blades, AXCELA HP1

2015

November

  • Released Digital AC 2-point Servo Press, SWE-4025
  • AMADA MACHINE TOOLS received Materials Process Technology (Sokeizai) Center President's Award for 2015 of Sokeizai Industry Technology Award for the theme, "Development of Pulse Forging Which Contains Low Frequency Vibration Using Servo Press".

April

  • Assigned the lathe business to DMG MORI SEIKI CO., LTD.
  • Transferred AMADA Ono Works (manufacture of blade) to us
  • Transferred AMADA stamping press business to us

2014

September

  • Released Dynamic High Performance Bandsaw Machine, DYNASAW-530

July

  • The opposed 2-spindle multiprocessing machine with grindling function V-8G received Nippon Brand Prize at 44th Machine Design Award

June

  • Released CNC Optical Precision Profile Grinder LED Illumination Type, GLS series

March

  • Released Multiprocess Center, MX-150

2013

November

  • Released Dynamic High Performance Bandsaw Machine, DYNASAW-430

April

  • Released Opposed 2-Spindle Multiprocessing Machine, V-8G and V-10T

2012

May

  • Released Single Pulse Cutting Band Saw Machine, PCSAW-720

2011

October

  • Opened AMADA Toki Works in Toki-shi, Gifu Prefecture
    Opened Technical center in Toki Works

August

  • AMADA MACHINE TOOLS (Thailand) CO.,LTD. opened Technical center

April

  • Merged with manufacturer, AMADA MACHINE TOOLS MFG CO., LTD. And started new integrated framework of development, manufacturing, sales and service

January

  • Established AMADA MACHINE TOOLS (Thailand) CO.,LTD. with headquarters in Amatanakorn by unified of Metal cutting business separated from AMADA (THAILAND) CO., LTD. and AMADA WASINO (Thailand) CO.,LTD.
  • Awarded the 53th Top 10 New Products Award for S-10 from the NikkanKogyo Business & Technology Daily News (Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun Ltd.)

2010

October

  • Released 1-Spindle 2-Turret Multi Processing Machine, S-10

July

  • AMADA MACHINE TOOLS AMERICA, INC. opened Technical center
    AMADA MACHINE TOOLS EUROPE GmbH opened Technical center

January

  • Established AMADA MACHINE TOOLS AMERICA, INC. with headquarters in Chicago by unified of AMADA CUTTING TECHNOLOGIES, INC. and AMADA WASINO AMERICA, INC.

2000s

2000s

Full-scale participation in the European market
(Photograph: AMADA MACHINE TOOLS EUROPE GmbH)

  • Cutting
  • Machine tool

2009

  • Established AMADA MACHINE TOOLS CO.,LTD. by unified of two companies; AMADA CUTTING LTD., represents cutting machines and AMADA WASINO CO., LTD. represents machine tool
    And then the company business outline has been re-modified to sales promotion division (AMADA MACHINE TOOLS CO., LTD.) and manufacture division (AMADA MACHINE TOOLS MFG CO., LTD.)
    Established AMADA MACHINE TOOLS EUROPE GmbH with headquarters in Germany for the sale of cutting machine and machine tools
  • Released Middle Sized Surface Grinder series
  • Released Small Compound Machine for Structure, 3BC 400

2008

  • Awarded the MM Award with DV-1(at AMB, Germany)
  • TECNO WASINO CO., LTD. changed its corporate name to AMADA WASINO CO., LTD.
  • Released Graphical Profile Grinder, DV-1
  • Released Simultaneous 5–axis Control Multi-function Machine, Mi-8
  • Released Carbide Tipped Band Saw Blades, AXCELA

2007

  • Released HK1000CNC and 6BH1000III
  • Awarded the 49th Top 10 New Products Award from the Nikkan Kogyo Business & Technology Daily News (Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun Ltd. )

2005

  • Awarded the MM Award with PC SAW 700(at EMO, Germany)
  • Released PCSAW series
  • Awarded the Long-Life Best-Seller Award by GLS-80A and 125A(Nippon Institute of Technology)

2004

  • Integrated manufacturing department of the cutting business and changed its corporate name to AMADA CUTTING CO., LTD.
  • Released HFA 530

2001

  • Integrated the machine tool business to TECNO WASINO CO., LTD.

2000

  • Transferred sales, service and development department of the cutting business to AMADA CUTTING SYSTEM CO., LTD.

1990s

1990s

Released H-shape Steel NC 6 Axis High speed Drilling Machine, 6BH-1000III

  • Cutting
  • Machine tool

1999

  • Released Bi-metal Band Saw Blades for Structure Materials, PROTECTOR

1998

  • Released Multi-function Part Processing Machine, A-12
  • Released Sawing Center, BIOS 320B

1997

  • Established AMADA CUTTING SYSTEM CO., LTD. by separating domestic sales department of the cutting business from AMADA CO.,LTD.
  • Released Forming Grinder, MEISTER

1995

  • Released Cutting Machine specially made for Carbide Tipped Band Saw Blades; CTB and CNCBW150

1994

  • Awarded the 1994 TPM Excellence Award. Our equipment control was certified

1993

  • Approved ISO International Standards of 9001
  • Released Auto-programming System for Grinders, WAPS-G
  • Released CNC Band Saw and 6BH1000

1990

  • Awarded the 1990 Deming Application Prize for quality control

1980s

1980s

Built WASINO MACHINE TOOL PLAZA in Komaki Works(~2011)

  • Cutting
  • Machine tool

1989

  • WASINO MACHINERY CO., LTD. changed its corporate name to AMADA WASINO CO., LTD.
  • Established TECNO WASINO CO., LTD. and transferred the lathe business
  • Released New Band Saw
  • Released Bi-metal Band Saw Blades for New Band Saw, N.D.V. GLB and N.S.V. GLB

1988

  • Released S-Robo series

1987

  • Inaugurated Cutting division(Cutting machines and Band saw blades)
  • Established a sales subsidiary, AMADA CUTTING TECHNOLOGIES, INC. in USA

1986

  • Released Structural Steel Band Saw, HK series

1984

  • Integrated sales department of band saw and structural steel fabricating machines

1983

  • Established WASINO ENGINEERING CO.,LTD. by separating sales department of the machine tool business from WASINO MACHINERY CO., LTD.

1982

  • Built WASINO MACHINE TOOL PLAZA in the headquarters (at present Komaki Works)

1981

  • Developed Automation application

1980

  • Awarded the 13th Automation Machinery Prize with GLS-130AS
    This award has offered by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Machine Industry

1970s

1970s

Released Surface Grinder, SG series

  • Cutting
  • Machine tool

1979

  • Released Beam works, NCBW150

1978

  • Formed business tie-up with AMADA CO., LTD. and started production of Surface Grinder

1977

  • Inherited SANSEI MFG. CO., LTD.
  • Released Surface Grinder, SG series and Rotary Surface Grinder ,SS-500

1975

  • Released Plate Drilling Machine, GP50

1974

  • Released Gang-type Lathe, LENUC-1
  • Released Structural Steel Band Saw, H series

1973

  • Awarded the 4th Automation Machinery Prize with GLS-125PB
    This award has offered by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Machine Industry

1972

  • Released the first NC Lathe, LENUC
  • Released Structural Steel Band Saw, H series

1971

  • Released Carbide Tipped Band Saw Blades, CTB

1960s

1960s

Started production of Band-Saw Blades

  • Cutting
  • Machine tool

1968

  • Released Bi-Metal Band Saw blade, GLB

1967

  • Built Komaki Works
  • Started production of Press Machines on commission

1966

  • Released Conventional Engine Lathes, Leo series
  • Released Optical Profile Grinder, GLS-80A

1964

  • Changed its corporate name to AMADA CO., LTD.

1963

  • Built Ono Factory
  • Started production of Band-Saw Blades

1962

  • Developed Carbon Blade A

1960

  • WASINO KOGYO CO., LTD. changed its corporate name to WASINO MACHINERY CO., LTD.

1950s

1950s

Introduction of the first Horizontal Band Saw (Cut-off Band Saws)

  • Cutting
  • Machine tool

1956

  • Started production of Horizontal Band Saws (Cut-off Band Saws)

1955

  • Completed AMADA's first Vertical Band Saw (Contour Saw)

1954

  • Released best-seller Conventional Engine Lathe, LR-55A

1953

  • Started manufacturing and sales of universal sheet metal band saw machines

1940s

1940s

Introduction of the first Profile Grinder

  • Cutting
  • Machine tool

1948

  • Founded the LIMITED PARTNERSHIP AMADA MANUFACTURES

1946

  • AMADA was Inaugurated

1941

  • Released the first Profile Grinder

1930s

1930s

Introduction of the first Regal Type Conventional Lathe

  • Cutting
  • Machine tool
1939
  • Built Imamura Factory and started production of Lathes
1937
  • Founded WASINO KOGYO CO., LTD.
  • Released the first Regal Type Conventional Lathe

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