The Beginning of a New Journey to Aerospace
The Beginning and the Challenge
In 1955 at the age of 30, the founder of Super Resin, Inc., Mr. Motoo Watanabe, came across composite materials for the first time and was fascinated by the potential of the material. For two years, he exhaustively studied composites on his own and established composite molding plant in Shibuya, Tokyo in 1957.
The Growth and the Blooming
Since our establishment, we continued to earn reputation for producing quality composite material products made with glass fiber (GFRP). At the request of Taro Okamoto, the famous Japanese artist known for his avant-garde paintings and sculpture, we produced the face part of the ‘Tower of Sun’ sculpture. The ‘Tower of Sun’, which is a symbol of the 1970 Osaka World Expo, is still considered as a symbol of rapid economic growth of Japan.
Moving Towards the World of Carbon Fiber
Ahead of the world, we embarked on the research and development of the molding of carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) to broaden the possibilities of our dreams.
Activities for the Environment
When wind power emerged as an environmentally friendly clean energy alternative source, our company, based on the wealth of experience we have cultivated over the years, went on to contribute to society with a high reliability by producing important components for wind power generation.
Dawn of the ACM Era
In 1982, we established an R&D laboratory for Advanced Composite Materials (ACM) and started research and evaluation of composite technologies and markets in the US and worldwide. Through continued investment in R&D, facility and equipment, we established the first ACM plant in 1986.
The Challenge. Entry Into the Aerospace Field
We began R&D in the aerospace field. As a result of our R&D effort, in 1988, we developed a multipurpose remote control aircraft (small unmanned aerial vehicle). Its superior performance and technological innovation made it a popular topic among aerospace experts.
Joining the Hayabusa (Spacecraft) Project
Throughout our involvement in many aircraft and satellite productions, we continued to receive reputation for our precision and high quality technologies. As a result, we were invited to take part in the asteroid probe satellite ‘Hayabusa’ project. In 2010, ‘Hayabusa, which included several of our technologies, successfully returned to earth and we received letters of appreciation from the Minister of Space Development and Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan.
Significant Advances in Aeropace
Starting with the participation in the Hayabusa project, we have been involved in numerous communications, observation, and other satellite projects. Currently, our products are used in almost all of the satellites launched in Japan.
From Space to Earth
In order to deliver “space quality” technology and products to people all over the world, we established seven dreamers laboratories, inc. in Silicon Valley on February 10, 2011.
Establishment of seven dreamers laboratories, inc.
We established seven dreamers laboratories, inc. in Minato, Tokyo on July 18, 2014 with all of the technologies from seven dreamers laboratories inc. Taking advantage of the technical capabilities we cultivated in our work with satellites, we will continue to innovate on people’s lifestyle.