Advanced element technologies related to development of materials and processing method, and analysis / simulation technologies for improving product design and production efficiency
- Ricoh's unique solar cell substantially improves the power generation capacity under a weak light source.
- An organic semiconductor material technology for producing electronic devices using printing methods.
- A method for growing high-quality crystals with dislocation density reduced by three orders of magnitude.
- A lead-free piezoelectric film, which has electromechanical properties comparable to those of PZT, on a Si substrate.
- Successful development of a compact, low-heat light source for high-power, visible-light lasers.
- Ricoh has developed a fine TFT array on flexible substrates using several printing methods at low temperature.
- Formation of a large-surface microhoneycomb structure using a bubble inflation mechanism.
- The formation of minute patterns using thermal change of inorganic resist material.
- A technology that makes possible the high-speed rotation of disks as thin as paper.
- A few micron thick piezo thin film actuator using the ink-jet printing (IJP) method.
- Crystallizing PZT film using laser irradiation, acquiring the displacement characteristics required for PZT.
- Analysis of chemical components in toner particles using a nanolevel 3D observation technique.
- X-ray visualization and simulation analysis of the flow of electrophotography developer powder.
- Ricoh is researching and implementing IPv6/IPsec, the next generation network technology platform, in our products.