LCD Inkjet Solution

LCD Inkjet Solution

This solution can print functional layers in different steps of LCD display production and can also be used in other optoelectronic display technologies, including rigid, flexible, OLED, QLED, and LCD displays. In addition to outstanding micro nano ultra-high precision, this platform also meets the highest requirements for process environment and stability. For example, technologies specifically developed by companies such as LGE, ISHII KYOKI, TEL, etc., address the long-standing challenges faced by the display industry and enable efficient utilization of high-value materials related to next-generation display manufacturing。

Process field

  • Coating OC0
  • OLED TFE (organic thin film) packaging
  • Enhanced light extraction performance of printing high/low RI materials
  • Low K insulation layer
  • Printed transparent bridge (insulated) with ITO pattern and jumper (conductive material)
  • Blackout layer/conversion layer/guide layer printing
  • Photoresist printing
  • RGB pixels
  • Microlens array

The solution for RGB and TFE printing can be developed for the purpose of being used as a standalone system, or can be seen as an integration of production lines including automation, pre-processing, and post-processing。

Currently, most OLED displays are made by vacuum deposition. They use mask technology and consume extremely expensive and large amounts of OLED materials. Through existing digital technologies, the development of OLED's shading layer, vapor deposition, RGB and other processes can be achieved through inkjet printing, which is a direct printing, maskless, fast and cost-effective process。

Our solution is jointly developed with the State Key Laboratory, including a fully integrated inkjet system solution for printing/control/ink supply/gas supply/power supply/platform, which combines compact design with minimum nitrogen consumption。

We are currently developing other new inkjet systems to develop new organic light-emitting diodes and QLED technology. Over the years, we have developed many organic light-emitting diode technologies, and now it is seeking to replace vapor deposition and vacuum coating with inkjet printing, which can reduce the number of steps, improve material utilization, and improve display quality。

Application scenarios