For over past 40 years, MicroCraft and the worldwide electronics industry have grown tremendously. MicroCraft's foundation has been built on engineering first and management second principle. This has allowed our engineering staff to cultivate their ideas and bring them to the market place.
Among all our achievements, VME bus system has truly brought market recognition and technical ability to MicroCraft. MicroCraft integrates knowledge of experienced engineers with unconventional ideas of young engineers in order to keep developing innovative products.
Design & production of electronic equipment such as audio systems for export.
Established as Electronics Device Manufacturing Company
Development focused on devices related to micro computer such as various types of control devices utilizing Z80 and automatic vessel driving systems, etc.
Developed Micro Computer Products.
Developed VME boards.
Introduced muse series
A technical relationship with VIGRA in U.S.A
Launched into design & production of VME system such as thrust force measuring system for jet engines, surveillance systems for a power company, etc.
A power company introduced MicroCraft's VME bus system as the surveillance system.
Developed a high-speed, high-accuracy test system based on our design and technology of VME systems. Over 1,900 testers are now installed worldwide.
Introduced the first bare board tester, EMMA.
A technical relationship with IGI in U.S.A
Began distribution in USA and Europe.
Certified for ISO 9001
Established USA MicroCraft, Inc.
Advancement in product diversification tailored to market needs such as TDR measuring system and on-demand inkjet printing system.
Introduced 8 Probe System
Introduced drop-on-demand inkjet system
Established Tanaka factory
Established Shanghai MicroCraft Ltd.
Established India sales & support office
Established MicroCraft Korea Co., Ltd.
Released bare board tester, E4 Series
Released drop-on-demand inkjet system, CraftPix Series
Expansion of CraftPix Series to various market such as nameplate printing.
Launched Ink Department under MicroCraft Korea to initiate ink development
Head office relocation
Opened Minnesota Software Center (MNSC) under USA MicroCraft
Released VNA measurement system, E3V6151
Released bare board tester, EMMA G Model
Renewal of TDR/VNA measurement system as Sarra series