Analog Core Technologies
The soft-cornered triangle symbolizes “Analog Core Technologies,” forming an “A” motif that stands for “Analog Core.” Maxell red represents the power to pioneer the future, while blue represents a sincere attitude to echnology. The gray color used for the three elements offsets the red and blue and provides a harmonized image.
The core of Maxell, the element without which we cannot be who we are,
is our Analog Core Technologies.Human senses such as seeing, hearing,
and touching traverse the border between digital and analog, and lie beyond it. We believe that the analog world has the ability to stimulate these senses and express them without limit.
Analog Core Technologies connect the analog to the digital, and play an indispensable role in realizing Monozukuri manufacturing in complex and delicate fields that cannot be achieved by digital technology alone.
Mixing & Dispersion technology, Fine Coating technology, and High Precision Molding & Forming technology are three technology elements that form the source of our value creation. We will use these to create unique functions with high quality and provide completely new products and services.
Maxell will continue to evolve Analog Core Technologies as the core of
its business and create Maximum Excellence for comfortable lifestyles for employees, customers and society.
For your "The future is within", Maxell.
Technology for mixing materials uniformly, regardless of their size,hardness, and viscosity. In addition to uniform mixing and dispersion, includes technologies to make materials into a suitable state for coating. (Suitable state for coating = viscosity adjustment, etc.)
An image representing uniform Mixing & Dispersion of materials of different sizes and natures
Technology for coating adhesives and materials onto wide areas with even thickness,regardless of their viscosity. In addition to various coatings,includes printing and laminating technologies. (This includes drying technology for after coating.)
An image representing fine thick and thin coatings on a base material
Technology for producing ultra-high precision molding die and precision forming cultivated through manufacturing of optical discs and lenses. In addition to injection molding and other molding, includes technology for broader definition of forming (wiring, filling, bridging). Moreover, includes technology for incorporating components that fulfill necessary functions in limited space and machining into product form (cutting and slitting).
An image representing a precision molding die able to mass produce intricate molded objects