Optical Bonding


AP Systems developing inkjet equipment for OLED post-process

by Milos Pavlovic

What They Say ET News reported an announcement by AP Systems of Korea that it has a new method for the deposition of optically transparent resin (OCR) using inkjet printing. What We Think We …

Tags:InkJet Deposition| Korea| Optical Bonding

SDC Swapping OCA for OCR

by Milos Pavlovic

What They Say The Elec reported that Samsung Display (SDC) is switching to using optically clear resin (OCR), which is a liquid, instead of optically clear adhesive (OCA), which it uses in a film …

Tags:Foldable Devices| InkJet Deposition| Optical Bonding| Rollable Displays| Samsung Display

Getting the Best out of your LCD Display with the Right Coverlens

by Alexander Pang

LCD screens seem to be incorporated in almost every electronic product imaginable these days. Initially they were seen as an expensive luxury for top of the range products, but as manufacturing issues have been …

Tags:Anti Glare| Glass| LCD displays| Optical Bonding

 Non-Destructive Testing for Optical Bonding

by Artem Alekseenko

Wammes and Partners develop a new method to test the quality of UV-cured Optical Bondings without destroying them. Examining the quality of the optical bonding directly after the bonding process offers the chance to …

Tags:Optical Bonding| Testing

Wammes Proposes NDT for Bonded Panels

by Bob Raikes

What They Say German display engineering specialist Wammes sent out a press release describing a new method it has for checking the quality of UV-cured Optical Bonding without destroying them. This means that there …

Tags:Measurement| Optical Bonding| Repair

Links Week Ending 18th June 2021

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the second part of this week. Leonardo Chiariglione has written a book about …

Tags:ATSC| Desktop Monitors| HbbTV| Lenovo| MPEG| Optical Bonding| Retail| Roku| Smart TV| TCL| TPV (TP Vision)

Kyocera Unveils New LCD Optical Bonding Technology

by Andrew Fenn

Kyocera International has announced that it is expanding its US production capcity to incorporate full-service integration of LCD displays, touch-panels and protective glass. The company is championing its new optical bonding technology, which it …

Tags:Kyocera| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Optical Bonding| Vol 24 - Issue 42

GDS Adds 98″ Bonded Monitor

by Bob Raikes

Global Display Solutions (GDS) of Italy has introduced in the US a new 98″ UltraHD display to its Lite Plus Series. The display has an integrated processor based on an Arm Cortex A9 for …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| LFD - Large Format Display| Optical Bonding| Vol 24 - Issue 14

IHS Expects OCA and OCR To Continue Growth

by Bob Raikes

IHS said that although the demand for cover lens lamination and sensor lamination is declining, rising direct-bonding demand for mobile phones is making up the loss. The functional use of adhesives in direct bonding …

Tags:IHS Markit| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Optical Bonding| Vol 23 - Issue 38

LDM Product Roundup – Vol 23 No 18

by Tom Allen

DisplayLite will show a new 55″ UltraHD procap touch table at the NEC Showcase 2016 (18th – 19th May, London). It will be based on an NEC display. Touch screen specialist Distec can now …

Tags:AMOLED| Eyevis| Large Display Monitor| LG Electronics (LGE)| NEC Showcase 2016| OLED TVs| Optical Bonding| Pricing| Touch Displays| Transparent Displays| Vol 23 - Issue 18

Slowing Down Light with a Twist

by Isaac Oburu

Researchers at the University of Ottawa observed that twisted light in a vacuum travels slower than the universal physical constant established as the speed of light by Einstein’s theory of relativity. Twisted light, which …

Tags:Lighting| OLETs (Organic Light Emitting Transistors)| Optical Bonding

GDS Promotes Bonding & E Ink

by Bob Raikes

GDS was showing a range of its more unusual products. First we looked at its ‘floor LCDs’. The company told us that it had made a single installation of 800 of the displays in …

Tags:E Ink| EPD (Electrophoretic)| Large Display Monitor| Optical Bonding| RDSE 2016| Vol 23 - Issue 10