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Ink-Jet Printing for OLED Displays Debuts

Ink-jet printing is less costly
11/21/2013 08:30 AM EST
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RichQ
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still more details wanted
RichQ   11/21/2013 5:34:15 PM
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I second the request for more details. What I would like to know is what kinds of yield they are achieving and what the cost per square inch of display is working out to be. If the numbers are right, this could usher in a new wave of interesting display designs.

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chrisnfolsom   11/21/2013 5:23:58 PM
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It would be nice to document changes in process.  They mentioned less waste - is that a real concern financially in this process?  It's great to see a "future" process technology make it to production - let's hope it is all that they say.  Any chance this will allow more production in the U.S.?

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Caleb Kraft   11/21/2013 2:40:52 PM
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suggest that they fly me out there and I'll shoot a really nice video, they don't have to break their schedule at all!

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R_Colin_Johnson   11/21/2013 2:29:06 PM
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@Caleb Kraft I would LOVE a "how its made" style video

The company is concentrating all its efforts right now on delivering on schedule, but I'll suggest they do a video :)

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want more details!
Caleb Kraft   11/21/2013 11:43:11 AM
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Man, I would LOVE a "how its made" style video showing details of this things operation. This is just too cool!

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