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DuPont to Exhibit at SID 2007Long Beach, CA | Posted on May 12th, 2007
DuPont will exhibit ground-breaking process technology, proprietary materials and films across four display technologies: LCDs, OLEDs, PDPs and FEDs. For LCDs, DuPont will feature a completely dry, maskless color filter manufacturing system which employs direct writing; advanced composite reflectors with significantly enhanced light management properties; and a Direct Bonding enhancement technology which dramatically improves the outdoor readability and durability of displays. In OLEDs, DuPont will demonstrate solution-processed AMOLED displays, HIL material and encapsulation technology. In PDPs, DuPont will highlight environmentally-friendly pastes and new processes that improve pattern resolution. In FEDs, DuPont will show its advancements in the development of carbon nanotube (CNT)-based field-emission technology. For various types of displays, DuPont will exhibit a single-layer, wet-coated anti-reflective film with excellent abrasion resistance. DuPont Teijin Films will exhibit industry-leading PET and PEN polyester films and a wide range of stabilized and planarized film for flexible displays and printable electronics.
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