Landmine Clearance Machines / Linear Guides
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 landmine clearance machines developed by a Japanese company in 1998 which are used to safely detonate mines. In the second half: linear guides which facilitate smooth mechanical motion. We introduce the Japanese technology that's used in things like airplane seats and CT scanners.
Amemiya Kiyoshi, developer of the landmine removal machine
Later model of landmine removal machine
Various linear guides