Ricoh Develops Inkjet Technology to Print Electrodes, Separators of Rechargeable Batteries (1)

The droplet quantity of the inkjet head used for the new technology is 7 picoliters on average. If the size of active materials is too large, droplets do not come out of the nozzle, or the nozzle will be quickly clogged. On the other hand, if the size is too small, the active materials clump together.

Ricoh Develops Inkjet Technology to Print Electrodes, Separators of Rechargeable Batteries (1)

Ricoh Co Ltd developed an inkjet printing technology for lithium-ion (Li-ion) rechargeable batteries and exhibited it at the 18th International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference (nano tech ...

Thu 14 Mar 19 from Tech-On

Ricoh Develops Inkjet Technology to Print Electrodes, Separators of Rechargeable Batteries (2)

The droplet quantity of the inkjet head used for the new technology is 7 picoliters on average. If the size of active materials is too large, droplets do not come out of the nozzle, or the nozzle ...

Thu 14 Mar 19 from Tech-On

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