Creating the future of hardware with
technology and passion
Create what does not yet exist,
improve upon what already exists
Reliable technology from the Shinshu area
contributes to the traditional Japanese
StrengthPGF lab’s Strengths
PGF lab specializes in three core businesses of hardware development, mold manufacturing, and reverse engineering,
and continues to deploy services to meet demands for job shop type production and speedy delivery amidst our rapidly-changing times.
Leveraging our strengths in development speed, adaptability to diverse specifications, and manufacturing QCD batch management,
we make one-stop service, from development through to manufacturing, into a reality.
By supporting manufacturing product development, we contribute to the success of our clients.
With a policy of “quick, affordable, small, robust,
and beautiful”, we perform design development in diverse areas,
such as electronic and communication devices.
We create countless manufacturing opportunities
through methods including mold design, mold machining,
and injection molding.
Challenging part and product manufacturing jobs
become possible through 3D analysis and data creation.
The strong affinity of our three businesses creates synergy that allows us to deliver a wide variety of service benefits. This diagram illustrates the synergy between our three areas of business. Click on number 1, 2, or 3 to display a summary of our service benefits below.
Results of Synergy between Hardware Development
and Mold Manufacturing
Incorporating mold requirements at the development stage avoids unnecessary reworking and reduces development time while enabling smooth manufacturing of the molds. As necessary, we perform mold design at the development stage, shortening the schedule to mold completion.
Results of Synergy between Hardware
Development and Reverse Engineering
We perform 3D measurement of reference products to create design concepts for client approval. This results in shorter development timeframes and eliminates unnecessary prototyping. 3D-printed model prototypes enable customers to verify functionality, shape, and ease of assembly before commencing mold manufacture.
Results of Synergy between Mold Manufacturing
and Reverse Engineering
Even when molds have been lost, damaged, or are otherwise difficult to remanufacture, 3D measurement of products and parts enables mold manufacturing. To confirm parts prior to mold manufacture, 3D-printed model prototypes can be used to confirm shape, and 3D measurement of model prototypes can be used to confirm dimensions. This results in improved precision of pre-confirmation for confidence as we proceed towards mold machining.
As our clients strive to achieve monozukuri — Japan’s traditional concept of excellence in manufacturing —
they face a wide range of issues on a day to day basis.
We direct our technical prowess and passion to create a unique path to success for each client.
Here are a few such examples from our many achievements.
Wireless Earphone Design
This project began with consultation regarding disappointing progress after consigning design to another company. We successfully designed the wireless earphone housing in a short time frame.
Cold Wallet Terminal Development
and Manufacturing Contract
In this project, we were contracted for complete service, from product, mechanical, and circuit design to PCB artwork and manufacturing.
Internal Clock Reading Device
This project began from the challenging task of monitoring the human ‘internal clock’, and covered the entire scope from product development through to manufacturing.
of 3D Printer-Modeled Product
The product is the housing of the AndGo, Inc. cold wallet. Due to small production lots, we avoided manufacturing molding dies, and instead manufactured these parts by 3D printer.
PGF lab Co., Ltd.
3 million yen
|Areas of Business||
Yokohama Office (Hardware Development/Reverse Engineering)
End of January
|Banks of Account||
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, The Hachijuni Bank, Ltd.,