About Mitsubishi Carbide
Mitsubishi Materials Corporation (MMC) was created by a merger of Mitsubishi Metal Corporation and Mitsubishi Mining and Cement Company in 1990. Today, MMC has become one of Japan's largest diversified materials companies.
In addition to producing many unique products, MMC also produces a comprehensive range of cemented carbide tools (Mitsubishi Carbide), heat and corrosion resistant alloys, sintered machine parts, precision molding dies, casting products, and aluminum cans. These products are vital elements in the use and production of automobiles, electronic parts, machine tools, consumer electronic equipment, and plant and home construction.
Mitsubishi Carbide Metal Cutting Tools have been produced since the early 1930's. Investing huge amounts of money into cutting tool research and development, MMC has gained world acclaim for its advanced multi-phase CVD coating technology, and its carbide, cermet, and cubic boron nitride grade developments.
MMC has earned an international reputation as a first-class manufacturer of high quality turning, milling, and drilling products.