Makino, as a specialist in crushing, filtration, and drying, supports manufacturing in a wide range of fields, from industry to the environment.

Finishing Section

Finishing section,Manufacturing department Joined the company in 2014,majored in Integrated Mechanical Engineering

What I am most careful about is not to “get injured.”
If I feel danger, I will suspend the work and try it in other ways.

Q1. Tell us about your current job.
I mainly assemble large-sized filter presses as well as other machines according to the situation.
When another maintenance work is busy, I help other departments as well.
Q2. What are the things you think important when you work?
That includes working efficiently and not making mistakes, but the most important thing is not to get injured.
When I feel danger during work, I interrupt work and consult with experienced staff and look for other ways. “Safety first”
Q3. Do you have any projects that made you change?
Having a junior colleague for the first time in the third year is one big turning point in my career.
I was very conscious not to make any mistakes, while teaching him how to work without making any mistakes.
Q4. Tell us what appeals to you in Makino.
The distance among employees is close as a whole, that’s a good point of Makino.
Even during a break or lunchtime, people from various departments chat with me, so I communicate with other staff easily. Makino is a comfortable workplace.
Q5. Any messages to junior colleagues?
As the old saying goes,“ Look for a big tree when you seek shelter,”
you try to find a job in a big company. I changed my mind after joining Makino.
First of all, I would like you to visit the company to see if it is a workplace that suits you.
Daily work schedule
 8:30 Morning gathering
 9:00 Assemble work
10:00 Break
10:10 Assemble work
12:00 Lunch
12:50 Assemble work
15:00 Break
15:10 Assemble work
17:40 End of work
Finishing section,Manufacturing department Joined the company in 2016,majored in Mechanical Engineering

“Do not work without understanding.
Learn first!”
My seniors encourage me a lot.

Q1. What made you decide join this company?
Why did you choose Makino?
I didn’t like simple and repetitive work like working in assembly lines.
I wrote an entry sheet for recruitment because I was fascinated by a company like Makino,
where I sometimes make customized products tailored to the order and spend some time analysing at the production drawings.
Q2. How was the complete process, since joining, training period and until assigned to the job?
First they taught me Makino’s corporate structure and employment rules.
By experiencing each section in the training, I learned what kind of process each product of this company has and who is engaged in the process of manufacturing a machine.
I realized and had an expectation that I would work in this company from that point.
Q3. Do you have any projects that made you change?
Since there are still a lot of things I have to learn, I often make a mistake.
Every time I make a mistake, I ask senior colleagues for help and advice. I still continue learning anything new to me.
“Do not work without understanding. Learn first!”
These words of my senior encourage me a lot.
Q4. Tell us what appeals to you in Makino.
Since I am in the finishing section, I see customers often come to see the completed machines.
We see what kind of machines customers want and explain what a machine is like to them.
It may be nothing special, but I think I should work hard to make better machines.
Q5. Any messages to junior colleagues?
I would like to get involved in designing machines in the future, but right now I am learning everything from the basics.
Makino is a company that places great emphasis on education aspects such as obtaining qualifications and licenses.
First come visit our company and factory, so that you can understand this company better.
In case you come for a company tour, I will say “Hello” to you.
Daily work schedule
 8:30 Preparation before
painting of products
10:00 Break
10:10 Confirmation and
rework of places
requiring modification
12:00 Lunch
12:50 Assembling of
painted parts
15:00 Break
15:10 Detailed touch-up
17:40 End of work


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