Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Optomec aerosol jet solution improves yields for display panel manufacturing

ALBUQUERQUE, USA: Optomec announced that Micronics Japan Co. Ltd (MJC) has launched an enhanced defect repair system powered by Optomec’s Aerosol Jet Print Engine. The MJC NEOSYS Line Open Repair (LOR) System improves Flat Panel Devices production yields by repairing open circuit defects in Touch Panels, LCD, Plasma, and e-Paper display products.

The NEOSYS LOR System is in production use today meeting high customer reliability requirements. The system provides 25 percent higher throughput than alternative repair methods, such as Laser-Chemical Vapor Deposition (L-CVD), and also enables high vertical step coverage of up to 2 microns in open repair processing. The NEOSYS LOR repair system can process large rigid and flexible display substrates up to Gen 10 (2850 mm x 3050 mm), including glass, glass epoxy, and polymer films.

The NEOSYS LOR System incorporates the Optomec patented Aerosol Jet Print Engine to deposit highly conductive, fine line traces to repair micrometer size open circuit defects. The repair process was developed by MJC.

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