seiki

seiki (sā·ē·kē),

n a form of or development from Shiatsu in which the practitioner waits until the client's energy expresses itself. Touch may or may not be used; if used it may involve deep or light pressure depending on the client's needs. See also Shiatsu.
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15 March 2013 - German cutting machine tools Gildemeister AG (ETR:GIL) is no looking to tie up with Japanese peer Mori Seiki Co Ltd (TYO:6141), a Gildemeister spokeswoman told Reuters today, dismissing a Daily Neue Westfaelische report.
The German newspaper cited Gildemeistera[euro](tm)s CEO Ruediger Kapitza as saying that he saw benefits in a merger of equals between Gildemeister and its 20%-shareholder Mori Seiki and would need to convince shareholders of the advantages of such a combination.
In a news conference in Japan, Mori Seiki president Dr.
Mapps II (Mori Seiki advanced programming production system) is a machine controller designed to withstand vibration and contaminants.
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It will be owned 34% by Murata Machinery and 33% each by Toray Engineering and Teijin Seiki.
Two novel "tilt" insert molders were on hand from Sanjo Seiki (distributed by Pentel of America, Torrance, Calif.
We are now able to focus on strategic marketing activities," said Dana Super, marketing manager of Mori Seiki USA, Inc.
23 September 2011 - Japanese machine tools manufacturer Mori Seiki (TYO:6141) may further raise its shareholding in its German partner, sector player Gildemeister (ETR:GIL), CEO Masahiko Mori told the Saturday edition of Die Welt.
Mori Seiki currently operates four machine-tool factories in the Nara, Mie, and Chiba prefectures of Japan.
Masahiko Mori, president of Mori Seiki, dedicated a new 9,000-sq-ft facility located in Rolling Meadows, IL and known as Mori Seiki University (MSU).
The Big Plus tool holder system is designed for Mori Seiki NT Series multitasking machines.