New Capacitor Discharge Welder with Compact Design & Intuitive Control Set-Up
September 2016 – Bedford, Ohio
Dengensha America’s new Capacitor Discharge Welder has a smaller footprint and cost-efficient compact design. High current in short bursts allows minimum heat transfer and workpiece distortion– ideal for welding small projection parts on high-strength steel. Unique selectable current control modes fine-tune weld quality. It can achieve 50kA weld current with only a 6kVA power supply.
Malec Adds Sales Engineering Depth To Dengensha
June 2016 – Bedford, Ohio
Dengensha America has increased its resistance welding customer support capability in the US and Canada by adding Brandon Malec as Sales Engineer. Customers can count on Malec in areas that include product application, sales, installation and service. Malec is being specially trained to add customer need analysis, product application specification and offer custom product recommendation to the company’s rapidly growing customer base.
Taguchi Brings Senior Resistance Welding Engineering Experience To Dengensha America
May 2016 – Bedford, Ohio
Hideyuki “Yuki” Taguchi has joined Dengensha America as Senior Engineer. Prior to joining Dengensha America, Taguchi worked for Dengensha Japan as a mechanical engineer, and has nearly 11 years of experience with Dengensha’s full line of resistance welding product equipment. He has been assigned to provide advanced engineering support for customers in the US, Canada and Mexico.
Dengensha Participates in Weldmex 2016
May 2016 – Mexico City
Dengensha México showcased a complete lineup of their products at the Weldmex 2016 show held in Mexico City during May 4th through 6th. Their 20 x 30 booth exhibited a demonstration of the brand new upper electrode feeder along with the displays of an AC welder and feeder combination, MFDC welder with adjustable knee, lightweight X-type weld gun, weld control, monitoring equipment, and consumables. The show was a great success thanks to the teamwork of Daniela Abreo, Mariel Mendoza, Arturo Becerril, and Steve Andrassy (as shown in the picture).
Dengensha Japan Launches a Project Team towards Merger with NWT
April 2016 – Tokyo, Japan
In December 2015, Dengensha Mfg., Co. Ltd., the parent company of Dengensha America, announced its merger with Nastoa Welding Technologies Co., Ltd., which will take effect on April 1, 2017. A kick-off meeting was held on January 18, 2016 among project teams of sales, engineering & development, production, and administration & accounting departments.
Objective of Merger
To further reinforce its “technical and development capability,” “sales force,” “product competitiveness,” and “production capacity” to gain a stronger global market competitiveness as well as to evolve as a manufacturer that provides total solution of joining equipment.
Company Overview after Merger
|Company Name||DENGENSHA TOA Co., Ltd.
|Headquarters||1-23-1 Masugata, Tama-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa-ken, Japan
|Representatives ||Yoshijiro Tomono, President
Akio Watanabe, Vice President
|Capital||100 million yen
Our Goal through Merger
Foundation of technical and development capability:
Technical and development capability will be consolidated to build a strong foundation.
Full-fledged sales activities in the overseas market:
The overseas market share will be expanded through Dengensha’s overseas network and NWT’s technical capability.
Competitive products through a re-established production system:
Technical capability and production efficiency will be enhanced through Dengensha’s existing capability for total solution and NWT’s capability for multi-functions.
By enhancing these 3 factors of development, production, and sales force as a new organization, we will evolve to a manufacturer that provides total solution of joining equipment in the global market.