Taking advantage of the strengths offered by our four groups—Electronics, Mechatronics, Chemitronics and Components—and fully utilizing the cooperation and synergy they provide, Origin values communication with customers in our pursuit of proposal-oriented product development.
Consultation and communication during the development process ensures that our customers obtain not only the functions they are after but also additional value as well, offering a new kind of satisfaction.
The Electronics Division promotes the technological development of power supplies. This group plays an important role in all Origin’s technology. Following the company’s foundation philosophy to concern the economic as well as natural environments, this group makes effort to produce smaller, more efficient, and more energy-saving devices in order to properly meet the needs of society.
The Mechatronics Division applies key technologies to the development of automated mass production equipment, which incorporates Origin’s unique process technologies, and provides innovative product evelopment. The technologies cultivated by Origin through it’s multidisciplinary businesses are used in our primal products such as system machinery and electric welders.
The Chemitronics Division, as formally known as the Paint Division, has mainly been dealing with the paints for plastic products and promotes technological development that has been catching the market’s needs. As Origin’s chemical technology center, this division is now further conducting R&D beyond the paint products.
The Components Division carries out technology development for semiconductor power devices and assists our customers’ demands in the innovative precision machinery parts. The division concerns energy-saving and reflects its semiconductor power devices so that electrical components exhibits superior performance and efficiency. The divisions also conducts R&D in order to adequately and expeditiously respond to our customers’ needs in the precision machinery parts, based upon our philosophy of proposal-based product development.