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Ink-jet printing of polymer light-emitting devices
Author(s): Paul C. Duineveld; Margreet M. de Kok; Michael Buechel; Aad Sempel; Kees A. H. Mutsaers; Peter van de Weijer; Ivo G. J. Camps; Ton van de Biggelaar; Jan-Eric J. M. Rubingh; Eliav I. Haskal
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Paper Abstract

Spin coating is a suitable technique for the fabrication of monochrome light-emitting polymer devices. For color displays, however, it is not the optimal solution when different polymers are applied. In principle, there are several technologies available for patterning light-emitting polymers. In this paper we discuss the advantages of drop-on-demand ink-jet printing over other printing methods. Special attention is given to some fundamental aspects of the printing process, such as drop formation and pixel filling. Examples of both monochrome and full color ink-jet printed passive matrix displays will be discussed.

Paper Details

Date Published: 27 February 2002
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 4464, Organic Light-Emitting Materials and Devices V, (27 February 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.457460
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Paul C. Duineveld, Philips Research Labs. (Netherlands)
Margreet M. de Kok, Philips Research Labs. (Netherlands)
Michael Buechel, Philips Research Labs. (Netherlands)
Aad Sempel, Philips Research Labs. (Netherlands)
Kees A. H. Mutsaers, Philips Research Labs. (Netherlands)
Peter van de Weijer, Philips Research Labs. (Netherlands)
Ivo G. J. Camps, Philips Research Labs. (Netherlands)
Ton van de Biggelaar, Philips Research Labs. (Netherlands)
Jan-Eric J. M. Rubingh, Philips Research Labs. (Netherlands)
Eliav I. Haskal, Philips Research Labs. (Netherlands)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4464:
Organic Light-Emitting Materials and Devices V
Zakya H. Kafafi, Editor(s)

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