We aspire to become the greatest company in the field of clamping tools for use with manufacturing machinery. Introduction: Our company was established in 2001,and has had a history spanning 45 years starting with the founding of its predecessor company. We are trailblazers in Japan in the field of versatile too vises for use in machining centers. We conduct clamping system design through plans and sales. We are located in Komono,Mie Prefecture,in the Tokai Region that is the heart of manufacturing in Japan. Our product: We at Izumi Corporation have put our many long years in the field of precision parts made by milling machines and machining centers into our current pursuit of the manufacture and sales of various types of work piece clamping systems, with a focus on versatile devices ("Dependable Vise Systems") based on the concept of highly efficient, high-precision,jigless,and unmanned machine center processing. Certificate/Award The clamping technology that is the foundation of our company was awarded the 16th Invention Meritorious Service Award (registration#1780552)of the Japan Society for the Advancement of Inventions(an incorporated foundation). We give precise serrated finishing to the reference planes of vise-type clamps, and we were the trailblazers who first developed a structure that allowed for simplified positioning and freedom in determining parts that would become starting points for processing whenever attaching multiple work pieces. Domestic & Export: With respect to domestic sales achievements for our versatile jig vises ("Dependable Vise Systems"), we have sold approximately 15,000 units to renowned major manufacturers and midsize machining firms. We export to the USA, Thailand, South Korea, Singapore, Australia, and other countries. Our commitment: Our perspective is grounded in that of actual production sites, and we consider it our mission to face the challenge of developing unique products on which our customer can rely.
Contact person:Koji Izumi
Street address: 3067-101, Oaza-nagai, Komono-cho,