In 1969, Pulstec Industrial Co., Ltd. was incorporated in Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture in Japan with a view to manufacture electronic equipment. Since then, we’ve launched innovative products and continued to strengthen our R&D services. We’re proud of the awards we’ve earned as the developers of the innovative residual stress analyzer and the world’s first non-contact surface hardness variation scanner.
In 1996, Pulstec USA, Inc . was incorporated in Torrance, CA in the US for the purpose of providing quality service to North and South American customers. As our main products have changed, we have moved our base of operations to Detroit, providing the same service and support as when we were incorporated.
Pulstec Industrial Co., Ltd. was incorporated at Hikumacho, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, with the capital stock of 500,000 yen. The main product was the mass production of printed circuit boards for air conditioners. Later, with the support of Shizuoka Prefecture, in-circuit testers were developed as the first in-house product, leading to the later development of CD testers.
Pulstec USA, Inc was established in Torrance, CA, as subsidiary of Pulstec Industrial Co., Ltd. Pulstec Industrial Co., Ltd. became a public company on the over-the-counter stock market of Japan, and later changed its market to the Second Section of Tokyo stock exchange. The main product was CD, DVD and Blu-ray disc testers. DVD player SDP-1000 was adopted as standard tester for DVD disc testing.
Developed a series of 3D scanners, wavefront sensors, fluorescence detector units. The world's smallest portable Residual Stress analyzer, μ-X360, was developed based on our optical technology and soon adopted by many companies and research institutes as an easy-to-operate analyzer, and later expanded its range of applications to include hardness measurement and robot integration systems.
Pulstec's residual stress technology was brushed up and expanded to various applications such as hardness testing. The world's first Non-contact Hardness Variation scanner, MuraR, was developed. Numerous awards have been received for our Residual Stress and Hardness Variation measurement products. Pulstec will continue to make efforts to meet the needs of the times.
Ever since Pulstec was established, our strategy has been to focus on research, development and production of products such as tester equipment and measuring devices. We promise to make even greater efforts to strengthen our existing technologies without forgetting where we came from. Our company continues to work hard at the acquisition of advanced technology to create new products that can enhance the satisfaction of our customers. At Pulstec, our promise to you is to make efforts to develop human resources who can adapt to the change of time and creation of corporate culture, in this way aiming at the development of our company business.