Company History

Fiscal Year Events
1966 Established as Wako Kigyo
Capital: 3,000,000 yen
Mold production at the Inuyama Factory
1968 Moved factory to current Haguro location
1971 Started production of soft steel spiral springs
1976 Began resin mold production
1980 Began production of aeronautic jigs
1985 Changed company name to Toyofine
Started production of hard steel spiral springs
1991 Constructed office building
1996 Development of composite forming resin mold
Introduction of DNC systems
1997 Construction of 3rd factory
(specialized in production of spiral springs)
Introduced high-speed multi-machining centers
(portal type)
1998 Introduced a production line for small springs
Introduction of 3D CAD/CAM
Introduced NC vertical lathes
2000 Introduction of high speed machining center
Increased the monthly sales of spiral springs to 3,000,000
Increased size of 3rd factory
(specialized in production of spiral springs)
2001 Introduced linear electric discharge machines
2002 Introduction of high speed machining center
Introduction of NC lathe
2003 Introduced a 500-ton trial press machine
Constructed a trial press factory
2005 Received ISO9001 certification
2006 Increased the monthly sales of spiral springs to 4,000,000
2007 Capital: 50,000,000 yen
Construction of South Factory
Introduced a pressing die designing/
2008 Introduction of high speed machining center (portal type)
2009 Received ISO14001:2004 certification
Introduction of portal type CNCJBR
2012 Established as TOYOFINE(THAILAND)CO., LTD.