Displays

Integrators such as GFH Micromachining, 3D Micromac, and LLT Applikation develop complete laser micromachining systems featuring all the laser, motion control, software, and safety components required to realise high-quality applications (Image: GFH Micromachining)

Micromachining systems adapt to market demands

Susan Fourtane on the market trends integrators are having to respond to when developing new systems

Laser technologies will have to continue to evolve to keep up with the need of the electronics industry. (Image: Shutterstock/raigvi)

Opportunities and challenges for laser technology in the electronics sector

Electronics manufacturing presents both significant opportunities and formidable challenges for developers of laser materials processing technologies, writes James Bakewell

Jim Bovatsek, applications engineering manager for MKS Spectra-Physics, shares how UV picosecond lasers can effectively cut layered stacks of organic polymers in flexible OLED display production

Precision laser cutting of OLED polymer stacks for bendable displays

Jim Bovatsek of MKS Spectra-Physics, shares how UV picosecond lasers can effectively cut layered stacks of organic polymers in flexible OLED display production

(Image: Martial Red/Shutterstock)

LPKF partners with display manufacturer to optimise glass processing solution

LPKF Laser & Electronics has concluded a joint development agreement for a glass processing technology with a major global display enterprise.

The companies have agreed not to disclose details of the agreement.

The two firms seek to further optimise a specific solution enabling future display devices.

If the development is successfully completed, LPKF expects the technology to be widely used in various applications for the enterprise.

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