Solution Processing


Toppan Microfluidic Uses Photolithography on Glass

by Bob Raikes

What They Say I got an email from Toppan that explained its microfluidic chip technology being used to make tiny chips for very early cancer detection. The firm hopes to get to mass production …

Tags:MicroLED| Production Technology| Solution Processing

A Dissolvable Smartwatch Makes for Easier Electronics Recycling  

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Wearable Technology reported on a paper from ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces that describes a two-metal nanocomposite for circuits that disintegrates when submerged in water. They demonstrated the circuits in a …

Tags:Printed Electronics| R&D (Research & Development)| Screen Printing| Smartwatches| Solution Processing| Wearables

Scientists Open Perovskite Processing Window

by Bob Raikes

Perovskite solar cells made by NRELAlthough this development is related to making solar cells, the issue of the use of perovskties is of big interest in the display world, so we noted with interest …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Perovskite| Solar Panels| Solution Processing| Vol 24 - Issue 15

Perovskite Processing Goes Roll-to-Roll

by Matthew Brennesholtz

A research group in the Netherlands has has announced the development of roll-to-roll (R2R) processing of perovskites for solar cells. This system has produced solar cells with an efficiency of 12.6%, a record for …

Tags:Holst Centre| IMEC| OLED Fabs| Perovskite| Solar Panels| Solution Processing| Vol 24 - Issue 13

Polar OLED Has Solved Printing Problem

by Tom Allen

Research firm IDTechEx holds a printed electronics event twice a year: once in Berlin, and once in Santa Clara. We attended the European event at the end of April, which had lots of coverage …

Tags:IdTechEx| OLEDs| Printable Display| Printed Electronics Conference 2016 (Berlin)| Solution Processing| Vol 23 - Issue 18

UBI Predicts OLED Panel Costs to Fall Below LCD

by Tom Allen

UBI Research estimates that a 55″ solution-processed OLED panel would be about 43% cheaper to produce than a WRGB type (based on OLED panel prices and yield from Q2’15, when prices were slightly higher …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| OLED TVs| OLEDs| Solution Processing| Vol 22 - Issue 43| WOLED (White OLED)

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

Of Continuous Liquid Processing (CLIP) and Modular Devices

by Steve Sechrist

Word has come to light of a new continuous liquid interface process (CLIP) for short, that allows 3D ‘printed’ objects to rise out of a kind of primordial (resin) stew – in whole, “grown” …

Tags:3D Printers| display components| Google| R&D (Research & Development)| Solution Processing| Vol 22 - Issue 13