A Japanese company has developed a machine tool vending machine for the first time.
The machine, which costs about $3,000, is being offered for sale by a Japanese company in Tokyo.
The device is designed to allow people to shop for the types of tools they need, such as saws, screwdrivers and drill bits.
It also provides information about the machine and other items on its display, such a list of the tools it is designed for.
The company, Chiron, is a subsidiary of the Japanese giant Hitachi, which is based in Japan.
It makes machines for other firms, including Hitachi-Toyota Motor Corporation.
Hitachi has a long history of making machinery, and in the past the company has had to adapt to a changing market.
Japanese companies are starting to adopt a more consumer-oriented manufacturing approach that requires a greater level of investment in new technology.
Chiron has built a machine that can be used in shops and at home.
It sells the machine in a vending machine store in Tokyo’s Shibuya district, along with tools, a case and a brochure that explains how to use it.
The vending machine was installed in the Shibuyan shopping mall last month and has since been selling out.
Hitachis marketing director, Yasuhiro Nagahara, said the company aims to reach out to the larger Japanese market and make the machine useful to people who want to make tools or machines for themselves.
The machines have been popular with young people in Japan, and it is hoped they will grow in popularity as they become more popular, Nagaharo said.
Chirei, a Japanese maker of tools, also has a vending machines that cater to the general public.
It started selling the machines in Tokyo in 2008, and they are still available to buy.
Nagahari said Chireis machines are similar to those used in Japan for making toys and dolls.
Chirin has a similar machine in Osaka, Nagawari said.
Hitac, which has its headquarters in Osaka and employs about 2,000 people, also makes machine tools.
Hitacl, the biggest maker of machines in Japan is expanding into the home appliance market.
The division is looking to expand into appliances for people like people who live in homes and have more than one appliance.
Hitacs appliance sales have risen since the end of the financial crisis in 2008.
The new products are designed to fit in the homes and reduce the amount of energy consumed.
The appliance also offers the ability to adjust temperature, which can be important for heaters and fans, Naganawa said.
In February, Hitachi and Hitac announced a joint venture to expand their appliance business.