Manufactural Processing Laboratory

Processing materials into optimal shapes by extracting most suitable properties

 
Many objects around us were produced by casting materials in a mold. There are constant demands to add further value to objects to make our lifestyles richer. Our laboratory conducts research on plasticity processing, or making objects by casting. We contribute to society by developing technologies to manufacture excellent objects that have desired properties and shapes by effectively using changes in material properties when the materials are molded.
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College of Engineering
Engineering Science and Mechanics
Faculty Name
Koshiro Aoki
Academic Society
The Japan Society for Technology of Plasticity
The Japan Institute of Light Metals
The Japan Society for Precision Engineering
Keyword
Processing, Bonding technologies, Machine tools, Metal molds, CAD, Alloys, New materials, Manufacturing systems, Mechanics

Study Fields

 
 Mechanical engineering, Materials science and engineering
 

For Society

Metal materials are strengthened after undergoing a major deformation. Using highly strengthened materials can make objects lighter and smaller. By applying such materials, we aim to develop frame materials for micromachines.

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