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E-Paper Display Production Proccess






Automatic Production Line

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TFT Glass Cutting   FPL Laser Cutting   Auto FPL Attaching    Auto FPL Attaching 


Auto COG+FOG   Auto PS Attaching   Auto EC Coating


EC Curing  
RTV Silicone Coating   Automatic Production Line


EPD specific vocabulary explanation:

FPL: Front Plane Laminate, which is a critical component in the construction of electronic paper displays. It typically consists of several layers that work together to facilitate the display's functionality.
COG: Chip on Glass, COG is an advanced technology to adhere IC chips onto glass.
FOG: FPC on Glass,  FOG is an acronym for Film On Glass, which means bonding FPC on a glass substrate.
PS: Protective Sheet.
EC: Edge Coating.
RTV Silicone: Room-temperature-vulcanizing silicone,  RTV silicone coatings are often silicone-based materials that cure at room temperature.
OTP: One Time Program.



In the field of ePaper display, various specialized adhesives and materials are utilized in the manufacturing process of e-paper modules: conductive silver paste, Anisotropic Conductive Film (ACF), Edge Coating (EC), Room Temperature Vulcanizing Silicone Rubber (RTV silicone), UV-curable adhesive, and Optically Clear Adhesive (OCA).


The core material in online e-paper modules, the FPL requires stable moisture content, as fluctuations directly impact the display quality of the e-paper. Thus, a material is needed in the manufacturing process to seal the periphery of the FPL, preventing moisture ingress or loss from the microcapsules containing electronic ink.


Presently, epoxy resin-based thermosetting adhesive, known as EC adhesive, is employed in the production process of e-paper display. EC adhesive is applied around the perimeter of the FPL to prevent moisture from permeating. It necessitates storage at temperatures between -20℃ to -40 ℃, with a typical shelf life of 4-6 months. Once opened, it must be used within several hours to maintain stable water resistance. The current manufacturing process for e-paper modules commonly employs heat curing, with an average drying time of around 1 hour.


Good Display is committed to using the finest materials, implementing the strictest quality control, and delivering enduring value to customers, accompanying them to go even further.

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