Ventilators for Premature Babies / Electron Beam Lithography Systems
The fascinating stories and secrets behind hit Japanese products, plus parts and machines that boast the top share of niche markets. In the first half: the story behind ventilators developed by a Japanese company in 1984 which provide critical care for premature babies. In the second half: electron beam lithography systems, capable of drawing the finest lines in the world. We introduce the Japanese technology that's being used by researchers at universities around the world.
Nitta Kazufuku, involved with the development of ventilators for premature babies
Piston ventilator unit
Kodama Satoshi, involved with the development of electron beam lithography systems