DuPont’s Full Year 2022 Results: OLED Materials Up

by Artem Alekseenko

 DuPont announced financial results for the fourth quarter and full year of 2022. Bright spot in sales of OLED materials but lower demand for smartphones and computers push sales down. The company makes a series …

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P&H Tech signs deal with Dupont for OLED materials

by Bob Raikes

What They Say The Elec reports that P&H Tech of Korea has signed a deal with Dupont to supply ‘longer life’ blue materials. Earlier this year, P&H said it planned to boost its capacity …

Tags:DuPont| Investment| OLED Materials| Supply Chain

The Long Path to Printing OLED is Too Long for DuPont

by Bob Raikes

A couple of weeks ago, LG Chem finalised a deal with DuPont to buy its intellectual property related to its soluble OLED materials, paying $175 million, according to reports. We’ve been reporting on DuPont’s …

Tags:DuPont| InkJet Deposition| LG Displays (LGD)| OLED Materials| OLEDs

What Bob Saw on the Net 05/04/2019

by Bob Raikes

Most days, our editor, Bob, spends some time looking around the net for news. Here are some articles and links that he thought worth sharing… (note that registration or subscriptions may be required!) The …

Tags:Apple| Apple Watch (iWatch)| Automotive| DuPont| Flexible Displays| iPhone| Japan Display Inc (JDI)| LG Displays (LGD)| OLEDs| Super Hi-Vision (8K)| Test Equipment

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IDTechEx Show Roundup

by Tom Allen

DuPont Teijin Films makes the organic films behind the flexible displays from, for instance, FlexEnable. Currently these require conventional (rigid) transistors, as DuPont’s are not ‘smart’ enough to do more than a very basic …

Tags:Digital Signage| DuPont| E Ink| ePaper| Film materials| Flexible Batteries| Flexible Displays| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Printed Electronics Conference 2016 (Berlin)| Vol 23 - Issue 18| Wearables

Printed Electronics Shown Off at LOPEC

by Tom Allen

A new electronic ink for inkjet printing, from DuPont Advanced Materials, is said to offer the high conductivity and strong adhesion required for digital design, prototyping and rapid manufacturing. It will be able to …

Tags:DuPont| Germany| Inks| ITRI| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Printed Electronics| Vol 23 - Issue 13

DuPont Displays’ Target: A $1000 OLED-TV by 2020

by Ken Werner

It is widely agreed that if OLED is to be truly cost-competitive with LCD for television applications, the OLED materials must be printed instead of being deposited by vacuum thermal evaporation as they are …

Tags:DuPont| OLED Materials| Solution Processing| Vol 22 - Issue 39

Display Glass at SID Display Week 2015 – Du Pont/Kateeva to Print OLEDs?

by Ken Werner

Without new materials and new manufacturing processes, display evolution is just – for the most part – evolutionary. On the show floor at Display Week, we saw three major categories of new and evolving …

Tags:Asahi Glass Corporation (AGC)| Corning| DuPont| Glass| InkJet Deposition| Kateeva| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| NEG| SID Display Week 2015| Vol 22 - Issue 24

DuPont Displays, Kateeva Collaborate on OLED TVs

by Helen Vince

DuPont Displays and Kateeva are to join forces to develop optimised inks, equipment and processes to further advance inkjet printing technology for OLED TVs. The companies said that the aim of the collaboration is …

Tags:DuPont| Kateeva| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 23

Printed OLED Trials Begin This Year, Says DuPont

by Tom Allen

DuPont’s 4.3″ printed OLED prototype DuPont’s David Flattery, director of operations at the OLED unit, has spoken to OLED-Info about the company’s work on materials and techniques. The full interview can be found at, but we …

Tags:DuPont| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| OLED Materials| OLED TVs| OLEDs| Printable Display| Screen Printing| Vol 22 - Issue 06