New KYOCERA a-Si Photoreceptor Drum for Document Equipment Improves Durability, Reduces Internal Friction by 30 Percent

Core imaging component can print one million pages while reducing internal component wear, extending equipment operating life

Kyoto / Neuss − Kyocera Corporation introduced a new imaging component that is expected to set a new standard for durability in office document equipment, including laser printers and multifunctional products (MFPs) that use electrophotographic technology.


InPrint 2016: KYOCERA presents 360 dpi inkjet printhead with exceptionally high print speed and an efficient ink circulation system

Kyoto / Neuss − The printhead is used to print on construction tiles, among other media, and delivers an impressive print speed of up to 50 metres per minute.


KYOCERA expands its market presence by opening a new office in Italy

Kyocera established an Italian site for industrial printhead sales on April 1, 2016 in response to the rapidly growing market for digital printing

Kyoto / Neuss − Kyocera Fineceramics opened a new sales office for industrial printheads in Milan on April 1, 2016. The Japanese company established this representative office in Italy as a response to the rapidly growing market for digital printing in the country. The new office will allow Kyocera to further develop sales of inkjet printheads as well as its other printing technologies.


KYOCERA Develops Real Edge 600dpi Thermal Printhead for Card Printing with Enhanced Security Applications

Proprietary design enables printing directly onto ID and credit cards

Kyoto / Neuss − Kyocera Corporation (President: Goro Yamaguchi) announced the launch of a real edge 600-dot-per-inch (dpi) thermal printhead for desktop card printers used for rigid materials such as ID cards and credit cards. The KPE Series 600dpi printhead, available worldwide from this month, provides crisp, high resolution printing with delicate color expression.


KYOCERA Develops World’s Smallest Thermal Printhead for Barcode Printing

New KMS Series is approximately 40% smaller and uses 20% less power

Kyoto / Neuss − Kyocera Corporation (President: Goro Yamaguchi) announced that it has developed the world’s smallest* flat-type thermal printhead for barcode printers. The new KMS Series consumes 20 percent less power** and is available for order this month.


KYOCERA Launches Highly Robust Printhead for Digital Textile Printing

Offers excellent durability against harsh environments associated with the printing of garments and other applications

Kyoto / Neuss − Kyocera Corporation today announced that it will launch an inkjet printhead featuring a new, highly robust design for textile printing. For use as a key component in inkjet printers, the company will start mass production this month.


KYOCERA Announces Ultra-Wide Printhead Offering Simultaneous Four-Color Output for Industrial Inkjet Printing, from Textiles to Billboards

Single unit with 112mm print-width produces four colors simultaneously at 150dpi

Kyoto / Neuss − Kyocera Corporation (President: Goro Yamaguchi) today announced that it has developed a new 150 dot-per-inch (dpi) inkjet printhead — a key component for inkjet printers — which enables simultaneous four-color “CMYK” printing from a single printhead.


KYOCERA Develops one of the World’s Fastest 360dpi Recirculating Inkjet Printheads

Applications include printing onto ceramic tile — up to 50m per minute

Kyoto / Neuss − Kyocera Corporation (President: Goro Yamaguchi) announced today that it has developed a new 360-dot-per-inch (dpi) inkjet printhead — a key component of industrial inkjet printing equipment — which sets a new world speed record in its class*, printing 50 meters per minute using 84-picoliter (pl) droplets. Marketed as the Kyocera KJ4C-0360, it will be available in October 2015.


Kyocera opens new inkjet test lab in Esslingen

The new facility supplements an existing Kyocera inkjet design center to reinforce support for the European inkjet market.

Kyoto / Neuss − Since February 2015, Kyocera has further enhanced its technical support for the dynamic European inkjet printing market with a new inkjet test lab in Esslingen (near Stuttgart), Germany. This test lab serves as a supplement to the inkjet design center at Kyocera’s European base, which opened in September 2013 to provide technical service for printer and ink manufacturers that are working with market-leading Kyocera KJ4 Series inkjet printheads. The facility has three Kyocera field engineers who provide onsite support and remote technical service to customers.

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