Who we are
Contact details for inquiries
Company Name： JMC Corporation
Founded： on December 18th 1992
Capital： 758 million yen
Capital Reserve： 745 million yen
President / CEO, Daichi Watanabe
Senior Vice President / COO, Hiroyuki Suzuki
Director / CFO, Shiro Shinozaki
Director, Seitaro Yamazaki
Full-time Corporate Auditor, Yoshio Yamashita
Corporate Auditor, Shinichi Murata
Corporate Auditor, Shuichi Sekine
■ Head Office
2-5-5, Shinyokohama, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama-city, Kanagawa, 2220033, Japan
■ Concept Center
7502-1, Kawaji, Iida-city, Nagano, 3992431, Japan
Number of employee: 104 people
・The Bank of Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.
・The Yokohama Shinkin Bank
・The Awa Bank, Ltd.
・3D printing services
・Sale of Industrial CT and related services
(As of April 1st ,2018)
What’s medical model?
By using digital technology to quantify medical models created with the qualitative skills of craftsmen, we use 3D printing to provide high quality.
Further, we can flexibly respond to the various needs of the medical field with the analog techniques we developed in the casting industry, as well as the material adaptability that mixing our materials in-house provides.
The five traits of JMC's medical models:
1. Models that can be used as part of medical treatments
JMC creates medical models with 3D printing based on bone and organ shapes extracted from a patient's CT and MRI data. By using the latest digital technology, we can reproduce a patient's symptoms through models.
2. Providing short delivery times even for urgent cases
3D printing is commonly used for industrial purposes. The majority of uses are for prototyping, which requires short delivery times. Because of this, JMC's 3D printing business operates 365 days a year. We are always able to provide models on short notice, even for highly urgent cases, such as cranial implants.
3. Reproduction of shapes impossible with existing products
Because it is difficult to reproduce the complex shapes of organs and bones in one piece using traditional medical models, they are created by combining several separate parts. By combining the latest 3D printing technology with traditional casting techniques, JMC has made it possible to create models of things that were hard to reproduce with existing products.
4. Material adaptability to meet a wide range of needs
The needs of the medical industry are wide-ranging, and it is difficult to meet all of these needs with existing products alone. Being able to work with a wide range of materials means that JMC is able to respond to the ever-changing needs for medical models.
5. Striving for ever more realistic products
In the past, people were satisfied with medical models that looked good. Then, people wanted them to feel right. Now, people expect models to move. JMC has the capability to make medical models move by installing program-driven mechanisms that operate them.