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Company News >> Samsung Accelerates Research Inkjet Printing Technology Extends OLED Panel Applications 29th,June,2017
                                           According to the Korean media ETNews reported last week, Samsung is working to expand its past only focus on smart phone applications on the OLED business, the current industry terminal on this strategy with caution.
China's panel giant BOE in the May Los Angeles organized by the International Information Display Society (SID) panel week show an inkjet printed out of the OLED, shocked four. Japanese panel makers JOLED also published in April the world's first inkjet printing to create the OLED. This is also Samsung Electronics is actively trying to OLED large-scale process solutions. This solution will determine whether the OLED will be used in the IT panel, whether the price competition with the LCD to gain advantage.
Samsung monitors and Samsung Electronics are working on innovative manufacturing processes to apply OLEDs to tablet PCs, laptops and IT panels that are smaller than 30-inch displays, according to industry news. Samsung has recently introduced Kateeva small inkjet printing pilot production, this direction of the study may become more active.
The production of OLEDs in ink-jet printing is simpler and faster than the current Evaporation technology, which does not waste raw materials and, in contrast, traditional vapor deposition processes can only retain 10-40% The
Samsung monitors can produce up to 6-inch OLED panels, usually used for smart phones, tablet PCs and other monitors. Used by Samsung Electronics Galaxy Tab S3, LENOVO notebook "X1 Yoga" and Dell's "Ultra Sharp UP3017Q". Although Samsung has extended the OLED panel application to the IT panel market, supply and price will continue to constrain OLED business development.
 

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