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  1. For an outstanding cut: Kyocera's industrial precision knives are now available on the European market

    • Industrial Tools

    The industrial precision knives are used in cutting and slicing processes of all kinds. The products are characterised by exceptional hardness and durability.

    It's all about the materialsFine ceramics expert Kyocera uses three high-quality materials for its precision industrial knives: ultra-fine grain carbide, cermet, and zirconium oxide. The first of these is suitable for a wide range of industrial appli...

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  2. Kyocera to acquire 100% ownership of California-based SLD Laser

    • Corporate

    Kyocera’s fine ceramics to create synergies with new expertise in gallium nitride

    SLD Laser is a world leader in the commercialization of gallium nitride (GaN) based laser light sources and was established in 2013 as a technology startup. SLD Laser has won commercial success by developing, manufacturing and marketing innovative la...

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  3. “Toward a Smarter World through Digitalization” - Kyocera participates in CEATEC 2020 online

    • Corporate

    At the digital trade show, Kyocera presented the latest products and solutions for a Covid-19 world.

    Under the theme of "Toward a Smarter World through Digitalization" Kyocera introduced its latest products and solutions contributing to a new normal society in four categories: "Mobility", "5G / IoT", "Smart Manufacturing" and "Energy Solutions". The...

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  4. Kyocera unveils Concept Car “Moeye”

    • Corporate

    Concept highlights changing relationship between people and automobiles; features futuristic “aerial” display and next-generation technologies for optical camouflage, audio, lighting, and fragrance

    "Moeye" Concept Car OverviewAnticipating continued advances in autonomous driving and Mobility as a Service (MaaS), Kyocera focused on the importance of the car’s interior space to develop a futuristic cockpit that offers fresh innovations in a compl...

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  5. Kyocera supports ISS with ceramic components

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Kyocera Fineceramics Solutions GmbH supplies ceramic tubes for oxygen measurement in the international space station’s electromagnetic levitator expansion.

    The Levitator is a 360 kg facility in the materials science laboratory in the Columbus module and was brought to the ISS in 2014 by the ATV-5 (automated transfer vehicle) "Georges Lemaître", an unmanned supply spacecraft. There the system was install...

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  6. Kyocera adds a new finishing tool to its innovative machining products

    • Industrial Tools

    The new MFF milling cutter puts the finishing touch on the machining process. The tool stands out owing to its unique insert combination of semi-finishing and finishing inserts.

    Focusing on productivity for large componentsKyocera’s new and extremely robust cutter stands out due to its excellent efficiency. The combination of semi-finishing and finishing inserts contributes to this efficiency, which has the effect of increas...

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  7. Kyocera’s MIP Displays open up new applications

    • LCDs and Touch Solutions

    Fast switching with minimal power consumption and excellent visibility

    Low Power consumption due to built-in bit pixel memory and direct addressing. To expand the battery lifetime all pixels include a SRAM memory. This results in a low power consumption for static image down to 5µW. By the power saving pixel selection m...

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  8. Sustainably sharp: Kyocera’s new Bio Series

    • Kitchen Products

    Kyocera launches three new ceramic knives with handles made from renewable raw materials.

    Sharp kitchen tools As with all kitchen utensils made by Kyocera, the hand-ground ceramic blades are made of particularly high-quality Zirconia ceramic, an incredibly light and extremely hard high-tech material. The dense and smooth blade surface ena...

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  9. Kyocera introduces new innovative tooling solutions

    • Industrial Tools

    With the new KPK series and the MFWN mini series, Kyocera is adding two new product lines to its highly successful cutting tool product lines.

    The KPK series ensures stable and safe cutting When it comes to cutting operations in general, the workpiece can be difficult to secure which leads to rigidity and chattering issues. Therefore, the cutting speed is usually low at the workpiece rotat...

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  10. Kyocera develops high-quality displays for medical use

    • LCDs and Touch Solutions

    The displays by Kyocera Automotive and Industrial Solutions excel with very long duration and are built for unusual surroundings.

    Special features for special areas of applications The displays are available long-term and insensitive to radiation effects due to their metal housing. For particularly aggressive environments, Humisil encapsulation is available to protect sensitiv...

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  11. Kyocera and Tokyo Medical and Dental University Begin Joint Research on Vitals Measurement Headset

    • Corporate

    Coronavirus Rehabilitation Activities at Tokyo Medical and Dental University The Rehabilitation Center at TMDU Medical Hospital has introduced rehabilitation therapy for severely ill COVID-19 patients and remote rehabilitation for moderately ill pati...

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  12. GF, Kyocera, Kyudenko, and Tokyo Century Announce Opening of Approx. 100MW Solar Power Plant in Kagoshima, Japan

    • Solar Electric Systems

    Kanoya Osaki Solar Hills Solar Power Plant Project Overview Project name Kanoya Osaki Solar Hills Solar Power Plant Location Kanoya City and the Town of Osaki in Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan Output Approx. 100MW Annual power generation (Estim...

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  13. Kyocera expands the MFH high-feed milling cutter series

    • Industrial Tools

    New chipbreaker and new insert grade for shoulder, ramp and slot milling applications as well as plunge, helical and face milling

    Convex cutting edge design for low cutting forces The GH Chipbreaker has a convex and very robust cutting-edge design, so that cutting forces are reduced when entering the workpiece. The high-feed tool also has excellent breaking resistance. Along wi...

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  14. #stayathome with Kyocera: ceramic knives make preparing healthy meals easier

    • Kitchen Products

    The food services industry has largely closed down and more people are cooking at home. This not only includes using healthy ingredients but also the right utensils: knives from Kyocera are perfect for the easy and safe preparation of fresh food and the ideal addition to the repertoire of hobby and professional chefs

    Ceramic blades from Kyocera are made of particularly high-quality zirconia ceramic, an ultra-light high-tech material that is extremely hard and corrosion-free and is also used in space exploration. The dense and smooth blade surface enables a precis...

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  15. Kyocera To Acquire Japan-Based Showa Optronics Co., Ltd. to Strengthen Optical Components Business

    • Optical Components

    The acquisition aims to maximize synergy through combined technologies

    Background Information and Objectives With its highly advanced manufacturing technologies, Kyocera's optical components business has engaged in producing diversified lenses in small to large diameters from a wide variety of materials. The produ...

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  16. Yusuke Mizukami newly appointed as president of Kyocera European operations – Shigeru Koyama becomes Corporate Auditor

    • Corporate

    Kyocera Europe GmbH (former Kyocera Fineceramics GmbH) was founded in 1991 and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kyocera Corporation – headquartered in Kyoto, Japan. Mizukami started his career with Kyocera in 1990 in the Corporate Ceramic Materials Se...

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  17. Kyocera Fineceramics GmbH becomes Kyocera Europe GmbH

    • Corporate

    After almost 30 years of company history, Kyocera Fineceramics GmbH will change its name to "Kyocera Europe GmbH". Due to the steady growth of the company in the past decades, it was decided to change the company name.

    After the end of the joint venture with the former Feldmühle AG, which had already been established in 1971, Kyocera Fineceramics GmbH was founded in 1991. Currently, the company employs around 1,500 people at its sites in Europe and combines a total...

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  18. Kyocera supports ion research in Darmstadt

    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Darmstadt in Germany will become home to one of the world’s largest accelerator facilities for the research of magnetic fields and matter, thanks to the expertise in ceramic-metal joining technology provided by Kyocera.

    Exploring the universe with a precision of 100 µm The high-precision experiments carried out at FAIR aim to improve our understanding of the fundamental structure of matter. Information on magnetic fields and their behaviour will be collected an...

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  19. New helical end mill for titanium alloy machining

    • Industrial Tools

    Kyocera expands the MECH product line to provide more stable performance and longer tool life.

    Unique design offers obvious benefits Compared to conventional milling cutters in this category, the Kyocera product is characterised by a new combination of insert sizes. The larger bottom inserts are positioned at the first stage of the toolholder ...

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  20. Kyocera’s Aquala® Advanced Total Hip Bearing Technology Wins President’s Award from Japan Techno-Economics Society

    • Corporate

    8th Annual Award ceremony, Tokyo, JapanFrom left to right: Toru Moro - Project Associate Professor at the University of Tokyo; Kazuhiro Ishihara – Professor at the University of Tokyo; Makoto Yoshida - General Manager of Kyoceras Medical R&D Cen...

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