seven dreamers laboratories, inc. (Exited)


Development of CFRP technologies for applications ranging from medical equipment for patients with sleep apnea syndrome to golf shafts

Super Rasin corporation (SR), one of the origins of seven dreamers inc (7D), was established in 1957 and joined IST group in 2008. SR started a healthcare business in 2001, robotics R&D in 2005 and transferred those cutting-edge technologies to 7D, "the lifestyle innovation company" in July of 2014.
IST group, another origin of 7D, has worldwide share of printing bonding rollers and together with SR has contributed many national space development projects, such as the Hayabusa spacecraft project. 7D will expand its business based on core material, mechatronics, medical device manufacturing, and visual analysis technologies.
Initially, 7D sold disposable nasal medical device, Nastent, to release snoring and sleep apnea syndrome (SAS) from July 2014. Upon realising their measurement and designing technologies used in space satellites are applicable to sports equipment, 7D expanded their business to also sell order-made golf shafts.



The roots of Seven Dreamers Laboratories lie in Super Resin Industry, a company founded in 1957. Since its founding, they have worked on the research and development of composite materials and mold processing, contributing to society as a pioneer of composites. From B2B to B2C, they have innovated and enhanced people's lives by thoroughly developing the technology that is aligned with the needs of the consumers.


Based on the innovation arises of measurement techniques 7D develop "space quality" products that make full use of analysis and development technology cultivated from their experience in the aerospace business.

UTEC’s value add

In addition to financing and fund raising, UTEC supports 7D’s public relations and contracts formulation strategy.