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Display Center Installs OLED Tool

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The Flexible Display Center (FDC) at Arizona State University in Tempe has installed Korea-based Sunic Systems’ GEN-II OLED SUNICEL Plus 400 vacuum evaporation and encapsulation process tool. The new system gives the FDC the ability to manufacture full-color OLED displays in-house. Having passed all acceptance criteria, the tool already is being used to scale the FDC’s recently announced full-color, full-motion video active-matrix OLED prototype displays to larger sizes. The system will allow FDC partner companies to continue to advance the development of flexible OLED displays, solid-state lighting and plastic electronics by providing them access to larger-scale manufacturing.

Photonics Spectra
Sep 2011
active-matrix OLED prototypeAmericasArizona State UniversityAsia-PacificBusinessConsumerDisplaysencapsulation process toolFlexible Display Centerflexible displaysGEN-II OLED SUNICEL Plus 400industriallight sourceslight speedNicholas ColaneriOLEDsplastic electronicssolid-state lightingSunic Systems

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