PRODUCTS

鋳造機
TCG-2001
Vacuum Suction Pressure Casting Machine
鋳造機
TCP-5400
Vaccum Centrifugal Machine
鋳造機
TCP-5251
Vaccum Centrifugal Machine
鋳造機
TCM-3100
Centrifugal Machine
キャスト用電気炉
TFL-6400
Programmable Rotary Burnout Furnace
ス埋め機
FIXER
Compact Laser Welding Machine
RFE-92
tracer
Laser Engraving Machine
ジュエリー用バレル
TBM-3401
Magnetic Barrel Metal Polisher

ABOUT US

Since our founding in 1965, we have developed jewelry making machinery
such as casting machines, furnaces, and laser engraving machines.
We sell our products both at home in Japan and internationally.
As we not only sell machines, we also create them,
with this experience and knowledge
we are able to support all aspects of jewelry creation. 
 

As a manufacturer

TANABE KENDENTANABE KENDEN

Starting from casting-related equipment, and moving onto laser technology, we go from the concept, move to the design, and then assemble our equipment all in-house.

As an agent

TANABE KENDENTANABE KENDEN

We are also the Japanese agent for Solidscape and Orotig. Our technicians are trained and certified to provide technical support for all of those products.

Total support

TANABE KENDENTANABE KENDEN

We offer complete support for both the products we create and the products we sell as an agent, making sure that those who use them are satisfied.

 
TANABE KENDEN CO.,LTD.
1-9-14 Fukasawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Tel. +81-3-3704-3044
 

Message

  • We started producing machinery for making jewelry over half a century ago. We started as craftsmen in a small workshop, and we made machines famous for their quality that have been sold to every corner of the world.

    In Japan, details are always most important. The pattern on the kimono, or the fold of origami;
  • these thoughts go into our machines, so that the works that come out of them maintain this attention to detail, this obsession with quality.

  • As the jewelry world moves from mass production to making unique works of art, our machines will continue to support the artists and craftsmen with their creations. Professional operators can use our machines exactly the way they want to, and newer operators can begin to become virtuosos with us.

  • Harumi Tanabe