AMOLED Manufacturing Process Report Ver.4
January 5, 2022PDF(291P)
The AMOLED manufacturing process report analyzes the structure and manufacturing process by dividing AMOLED into small, medium-sized, and
large-area. They also schematically design the inspection process of small and medium-sized AMOLED, so each company can understand the overall structure and core processes of AMOLED.
In the currently published AMOLED process report ver.4, the QD-OLED structure and process were updated, and the structure and process were added based on the decapsulated LTPO TFT applied to the Galaxy Note21.
This report is a must-read report for not only panel makers but also equipment, components, and materials makers to understand the AMOLED manufacturing process.
1. AMOLED Structure
1.1 Panel Structure for Mobile Device
1.2 Panel Structure for TV
1.5 Color Filter
1.6 OLED Pixel
1.8 Touch Screen Panel
2. TFT Manufacturing Process
2.1 LTPS TFT Manufacturing Equipment Layout
2.2 LTPS TFT Basic Manufacturing Process
2.3 SDC LTPS TFT Manufacturing Process
2.4 Oxide TFT Basic Manufacturing Process
2.5 LGD OLED TV’s Oxide TFT Manufacturing Process
2.6 TFT Inspection and Measurement Process
3. OLED Pixel and Encapsulation Manufacturing Process
3.1 OLED Pixel and Encapsulation Manufacturing Equipment Layout
3.2 Small Size Rigid OLED Manufacturing Process
3.3 Manufacturing Process of Flexible OLED for Mobile Device
3.4 WRGB OLED Manufacturing Process
3.5 Solution Process OLED Manufacturing Process
3.6 OLED Pixel Inspection and Measurement Process
3.7 Encapsulation Inspection and Measurement Process
4. Cell Manufacturing Process
4.1 Cell Manufacturing Equipment Layout
4.2 Small Size Rigid OLED Manufacturing Process
4.3 Small Size Flexible OLED Manufacturing Process
4.4 Flexible On-cell Touch Manufacturing Process
4.5 Cell Inspection and Measurement Process
5. Module Manufacturing Process
5.1 Equipment Layout for Module Manufacturing
5.2 Small Size Rigid OLED Manufacturing Process
5.3 Small Size Flexible OLED Manufacturing Process
5.4 Camera Punch Hole Manufacturing Process
5.5 Foldable OLED Module Manufacturing Process
5.6 Module Inspection and Measurement Process
6. Apple Watch 5 LTPO TFT Manufacturing Process
6.2 Manufacturing Process
7. QD-OLED Manufacturing Process
7.1 Expected Structure
7.2 Oxide TFT Manufacturing Process
7.3 Encapsulation Manufacturing Process
7.4 QD Color Filer Manufacturing Process
8. Galaxy Note21 Ultra HOP(LTPO) TFT Manufacturing Process
8.2 Manufacturing Process
Previous Report Status
AMOLED Manufacturing Process Report Ver.3₩4,000,000
August 15, 2020PDF(255P)
The AMOLED manufacturing process report analyzes the structure and manufacturing process by dividing AMOLED into small and medium-sized and large-area, and also schematics the inspection process of small and medium-sized AMOLED, so each company can understand the overall structure and core processes of AMOLED.
The LTPO TFT process and QD-OLED process were added to the AMOLED process report ver.3 published this time.
This report is a must-read report for not only panel makers but also equipment and parts and materials makers to understand the AMOLED manufacturing process.
AMOLED Manufacturing Process Report Ver.5₩4,000,000
January 19, 2023PDF(309P)
The AMOLED manufacturing process report contains the structure, manufacturing process, and inspection process of small and medium-large OLEDs for each layer, from the substrate to the module.
In the AMOLED Process Report Ver.5 published this time, the structure of foldable OLED, the light emitting structure history of WRGB OLED and QD-OLED, and the structure and process of a color filter on encapsulation(COE) have been newly added or updated.
This report is a must-read for understanding the AMOLED manufacturing process of display-related companies.
Microdisplay Technical Report for XR Devices₩5,000,000
October 31, 2023PDF(154p)
The “Microdisplay Technology Report for XR Devices” will be a useful guideline for companies and researchers working in the display industry to easily identify research trends and development directions by closely analyzing XR industry trends and technologies and challenges needed to manufacture microdisplays for high-performance XR devices.