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Q: What are the cemented(tungsten) carbides?    Please explain the definition.
A: The cemented(tungsten) carbide literally means a very hard alloy. It is a collective term for the artificially made metals
      or alloys where the nine kinds of carbide, including W (tungsten), Cr (chrome), Mo (molybdenum), Ti (titan),
      Zr (zirconium), Hf (hafnium), V (vanadium), Nb (niobium), and Ta (tantalum), are bonded with the Fe-group
      [Fe (iron), Co (cobalt), and Ni (nickel)] elements.
Q: How are the cemented(tungsten) carbides manufactured?
A: Cemented(tungsten) carbidse are manufactured by reducing WC (tungsten carbide), a carbide of W (tungsten) 
       to a powder, using Fe-group elements as bonding materials, and sintering them at a high temperature
       ranging from 1300 to 1500℃.
Q: What characteristics do the cemented(tungsten) carbides have as metals?
A: Cemented(tungsten) carbides are harder than iron and stainless steel and have hardness next to diamonds.  
      In addition, W (tungsten: 19.3) has a large specific gravity and weighs about twice as much iron and copper
      and almost the same as Au (gold: 19.3).


Fuji Die Co., Ltd. is offering brochure download service at no charge.  Brochure of lineups and properties
regarding tungsten carbide/ cemented carbide  grades is available for download from the "Products & Solutions" page.

 

 

Q: In what fields are the cemented(tungsten) carbides used mainly? 【Commentary Video】
A: Cemented(tungsten) carbide tools have very hard properties as stated above. Therefore, they are popularly used 
       in the fields (cutting, forming, molding, etc.) where wear resistance is a necessity. On the other hand,
       they have higher Young's modulus (compression strength) and heat conductivity than steel products
       and ceramics products, and therefore, they are appreciated for use as materials for plastic forming.



Fuji Die Co., Ltd. has launched "Commentary Video (CG animation)" about technical explanation and application examples (customer's final product) of FUJILLOY main products (tools · molds).



● We have shown the major uses of FUJILLOY products on the "Products & Solutions" page.
     Customers can see and consider the optimal cemented carbides / tungsten carbides /hard metals products for your
     uses and purposes from that page.

 


Q: What advantages can be expected by using the cemented (tungsten) carbides?
A: Introduction of the cemented(tungsten) carbides as tools will give the following advantages, for example:
- Improvement in the dimensional precision of tools;
- Improvement in the surface condition of tools, resulting in improvement in exterior view of products;
- Improvement in wear resistance of tools, resulting in reduction of the mixing amount of tool ingredients
   caused by friction into materials to be processed;
- Longer service lifetime of tools, resulting in reduction of maintenance frequency of tools, thereby enhancing
   the operating rate at customers; and
- Longer service lifetime of tools, resulting in contributions in terms of the energy effectiveness, which reveals
   the friendliness to the environment.
Q: How are the cemented(tungsten) carbides processed?
A: Cemented(tungsten) carbides are metals that have very hard properties. Therefore, they can be processed through
        the following two methods:
     1) Grinding processing with diamond grinding stone; and
     2) Electro-discharge machining with wires or electrodes.

About "FUJILLOY" Logo

Q: What is "FUJILLOY"?
A: "FUJILLOY" is the trademark of the products manufactured by the Fuji Die Group. The trademark has been
    registered in major countries throughout the world including the European Union and the United States,
       as well as the developing countries of China, India, and the ASEAN countries.
       "FUJILLOY" is the brand logotype and the trademark of the products of the Fuji Die Group. We provide
       the product crowned with the "FUJILLOY" mark with confidence in terms of quality to our customers.

About IR Info.

Q: What is the name and the securities code of listed market?
A: Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange(the securities code:6167)
Q: When is the fiscal year end?
A: March 31 of each year
Q: When is the announcement of financial results?
A: The announcement of each quarter' s result will be done as follows:
・1st Quarter:   Mid-August
・2nd Quarter:  Mid-November
・3rd Quarter:   Mid-February
・Year-end:   Mid-May
Q: How can we get the financial reports?
A: Please refer to the financial information of our web site (IR page).
Q: Do you have financial results briefing sessions?
 A:  We hold briefing sessions for analysts twice a year at the end of the term and intermediate.
Q: When is shareholders' meeting?
A: It is scheduled to be held in mid-late June each year.
Q: How many shares of the trading unit?
A: 100 shares per unit.
Q: When is the dividend record date of the surplus?
A: March 31 of each year, September 30 of each year.
Q: Do you have an interim dividend system?
A: We do not have it at the moment.
Q: Do you have a shareholder special benefit plan?
A: We do not have it at the moment.
Q: Who deals with the paperwork's on stock?
A: Administrator of shareholders' register is the following company:
   Transfer Agent Division, Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation
   1-1, Nikkou-cho, Fuchu city, Tokyo
   0120-232-711 (Toll Free Call) Mon.-Fri. 9:00-17:00 (except for Holidays)
  ※Please refer to Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking website (Stock Transfer Agency Service page) 
Q: How can we get the corporate governance reports?
A: Please refer to the corporate governance page on our website (in Japanese).
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