Rui Zhou, Phoseon, reports on how Phoseon Technology’s UV LED curing is transforming how screens are made.
Consumers globally are using touchscreen displays every day in a growing array of electronics) from TV to smartphones to mobile gaming consoles to in-car navigation systems. With heightened demand for touchscreens, electronic manufactures are increasingly turning to UV LED curing for its many benefits in adhesives bonding applications.
UV LED curing provides a consistent and reliable process to assemble touchscreen displays, whether it be to bond a cover glass to a liquid crystal display (LCD) or an organic light emitting diode (OLEO) screen, or curing adhesives on a smartphones ultra-thin border to prevent light leaking out through the edges. UV LED solutions also cure the encapsulation layer of the OLEO display, which is an essential element to prevent the damage of organic elements from oxygen and moisture over its life time.
OLEO devices are becoming widely desirable in the display market. These displays have several advantages over LCD, including a simpler structure resulting in better power efficiency and thickness, better picture quality and faster response time, etc.Tags: FireLine FL440 | Ink World Magazine