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China and Japan rush into the OLED inkjet printing process, and the Korean factory is worried about it. Release date: Source: moneydj editor in charge: Yu Jia browsing times: 2736 copyright and disclaimer

core tip: Samsung display and LG display have not yet released any OLED technology produced by inkjet printing, and are still actively researching and developing relevant technologies. It is said that LGD will introduce an inkjet printing process next year, which can significantly reduce production costs. According to sources, LGD and kateeva, the world's only OLED inkjet printer, worked together to test this technology at LGD's Paju plant in Korea. It is expected that after the adoption of the new technology, LGD will be able to make both profits and losses next year, and the new production line can produce 60000 groups of panels per month

[China Packaging News] Samsung display and LG display have not published any OLED technology produced by ink-jet printing, and are still actively researching and developing relevant technologies. It is said that LGD will introduce an inkjet printing process next year, which can significantly reduce production costs. According to sources, LGD and kateeva, the world's only OLED inkjet printer, worked together to test this technology at LGD's Paju plant in Korea. It is expected that after the adoption of the new technology, LGD will be able to make both profits and losses next year. The new production line can produce 60000 groups of panels per month with Hangzhou (Fuyang) and Jiaxing (Jiashan) optical communication and optoelectronic device material industry convergence areas as the carriers

OLED with inkjet printing process will bring changes to the panel industry. Whoever can master this technology can have a say. In an exclusive interview, SEO Kwang Hyun, 19 director of the Korea Herald and vice chairman of the Korea Display Industry Association (kdia), pointed out that although the OLED panel market is currently controlled by Korean manufacturers, if Chinese or Japanese manufacturers can take the lead in OLED inkjet printing technology, the industrial situation may be reversed

the production of OLEDs by ink-jet printing is simpler and faster than the current evaporation technology. This method will not waste raw materials. In contrast, the traditional evaporation method can only retain% of the raw materials. Look at the business opportunities of ink-jet printing OLED. The fixtures needed in Korea are 5 flowers and 8 doors. Both China and Japan panel factories have actively stepped into research. However, due to technical problems, it is estimated that it will take 4 to 5 years to have the opportunity to carry out mass production

BOE, a Chinese panel giant, has just demonstrated an OLED printed by ink-jet at the SID panel Week held in Los Angeles in May, shocking four audiences. Japanese panel manufacturer joled also released the world's first OLED made by inkjet printing in April. In contrast, Samsung display and LG display have not yet published any OLEDs with similar technologies, and are still actively developing relevant technologies

not only that, SEO warns that micro LED technology used for smart watches, smart and other small-size screens is also a big threat to Korean factory. Micro LED is not only higher in resolution than OLED, but also suitable for new technologies such as augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). In 2014, Apple Inc. purchased luxvue technology, a new micro led entrepreneur in the United States, and secretly opened a laboratory in Taiwan to study next-generation panels. Now, Apple Inc. not only has mastered the key technologies, it is rumored that it may also conduct trial production this year

oled TV panels were originally exclusively arranged by LG display (LGD), a Korean panel factory. Now, Chinese factories also master the technology and begin to produce OLED TV panels, declaring war on the Korean factory. LGD does not want to be outdone. It is said that it will introduce an inkjet printing process next year, which can significantly reduce production costs and choke back Chinese factories

the investor under the Korean Herald reported that LGD could reduce the price of OLED panels after adopting the inkjet printing process, which directly threatened the Chinese LCD panel manufacturers

according to the source, LGD and kateeva, the world's only OLED inkjet printer, jointly tested this technology at LGD's Paju plant in Korea. Compared with the current technology, OLED ink-jet printing can simplify the manufacturing process by spraying coating materials on the substrate without expensive and complicated procedures. The new technology is still in the experimental stage, which is expected to significantly reduce the production cost of OLED. The main reason why OLED is difficult to expand its market share is that the price is too high

oled has more distinct color contrast and higher energy efficiency, but the price is too high and the market is quite limited. At present, the price of OLED TV is 3 times higher than that of general LCD TV and 2 times higher than that of high-order quantum dot LCD TV

it is estimated that after the adoption of new technologies, LGD enterprises need to speed up the pace of transformation and upgrading next year to achieve both profit and loss. The new production line can produce 60000 groups of panels per month. In addition, Samsung Electronics may change its decision and return to the production of OLED TV panels. Samsung suspended production since 2013 due to the poor profit of OLED TV panels. Recently, Samsung said it had no intention to restart the OLED TV panel production line, focusing on improving the new indicators of environmental protection and energy saving, which raised the threshold level quantum dot TV "qled" of the paper industry; But qled will not be commercially available for more than 10 years. From this point of view, Samsung may also be excited after the commercial use of OLED inkjet technology

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