Electrospinning of nanofibers from chitosan

We made nanofiber sheets from chitosan with electrospinning method. Chitosan is  a material obtained by deacetylating chitin contained in a crab shell, which is attracting attentions as safe natural polymers for the applications such as additives and≫ more

Successful spinning of cellulose nanofiber!

We succeeded in electrospinning cellulose nanofiber using ethyl cellulose by the request from Professor Okada at Kurashiki University of Science and the Art. Below, photos of fibers on black paper (actual fiber and SEM photo) We look forward to it be≫ more

Artificial blood vessels

We are recently having inquiries about making artificial blood vessels from many customers overseas and in Japan.   Using the special mandrel collector we succeeded in making some durable  samples of 500micrometer-thick (or thicker) and 400mm-long(or≫ more

NW-102 to be shown at nanotech 2018

We will join nanotech 2018 to be held at Tokyo Big Site from Feb 14 and exhibit the nanofiber nonwovens electrospinner NW-102. It is a pilot production system to spin solutions such as PVDF, PVA, PEO, PU and PAN into nanofibers, featuring high speed ≫ more

Joining The Conference in Thailand

We joined The First Materials Research Society of Thailand International Conference held in Chian Mai from October 31 to November 3, 2017 together with Kinetics Corporation.   It was a very nice event and we made a presentation about electrospin≫ more

Visiting NCHU in Taiwan

We visited the National Chung Hsing University in Taichung, Taiwan. Dr. Jyisy Yang (right) and Mr. Chikashi Naito, “Evangelist of Nanofiber” (left). Dr. Yang is using our NANON-03 electrospinning equipment for his research of chemical sen≫ more

Visiting UBC

We visited University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, where we delivered the NANON-01A electrospinning system three years ago.   The university has a huge and beautiful campus. The NANON-01A was operating quite well for applications  for th≫ more