Currently,SamsungA technique similar to inkjet is being used, which eliminates the need to insert some layers of scotch tape but sprays the adhesive, which takes more time — and of course, is more expensive.
Now, according to The Elec, Samsung has overcome the challenges inherent in the inkjet printing method, which allows material to infiltrate arcuate areas like hinge creases on foldable devices.
In addition, the printing technology bypasses any interruptions on the display and is more precise. Samsung has ordered test equipment and is looking forward to mass production trials at its Vietnam factory.
Currently, 3M USA controls the printing equipment market, but Samsung is trying to find alternatives from other manufacturers. If the new flexYOU AREThe lamination method finally succeeds, and consumers will start to see cheaper, lighter, faster-manufactured folds from Samsungcell phone.
Also, considering that Samsung is one of the largest OLED manufacturers in the world, this technology definitely means Samsung’s overall OLED panels will get better.