OLED Display

OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diodes) is a technology where each pixel in an OLED display is made of an organic material that emits bright light in response to an electric current.

Each pixel is built with layers of thin organic films (RGB colors) on top of Thin Flat Transistors (TFT) matrix which allow switching of each pixel On or Off.

OLED display works without a backlight, therefore it can display deep black levels.

The OLED displays can be thinner, lighter, and consume significantly less power energy than a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD).

  

CoreFlow provides proven, best-in-class air floating solutions for OLED InkJet printing systems, which are part of the OLED display Thin-Film Encapsulation (TFE) process and for the display RGB pixel patterning with Inkjet printing.

OLED Inkjet Printing01

FPD Inspection (AOI)02

UV Curing03

Flexible Substrates04.2

Non Contact Chuck for Semiconductor05

Slit Coating06.2

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